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Eric’s Lecture Guide for January 26 – Water Transport in Plants Process explained in terms of pathways, driving forces and resistances Leaf transpiration and its controls: Direct stomatal control of transpiration: Stomatal Conductance Transpiration Vapor Pressure Difference Air Temperature in Leaf
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Guard cell movement: Stomatal responses to environment: Stomatal Conductance Light Intercellular CO 2 Concentration Vapor Pressure Difference (Leaf to Air)
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Unformatted text preview: Soil Moisture Content Leaf Evaporation from leaf mesophyll: Ascent of xylem sap: Symplast competes with apoplast for water: Turgor loss in plants: Equilibrium in Ψ between symplast and apoplast: Water exchange between symplast and apoplast: Generating osmotic (or solute) potential: Equilibrium in Ψ between symplast and apoplast: another example Resistances to water flow: Solute concentration Osmotic Potential More negative...
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