with the least air temperature wind speed leaf length relative humidity or

With the least air temperature wind speed leaf length

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with the least: air temperature, wind speed, leaf length, relative humidity, or stomatal conductance. Greatest quantitative impact would mean that transpiration rate increases by the largest % when the factor is shifted by a given % (say increased by 10%). Does environment or plant level control of transpiration seem strongest? 3.How will warmer climates affect transpiration rate if all else stays equal? What can plants do on a short or long time scale to reduce the impact of climate change on a leaf level water loss?
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4.Was this module beneficial to your understanding of course material covered in lectures? Briefly explain. 5.Were the instructions for performing the tasks in this module sufficiently clear? 6.Were you satisfied with your overall experience performing this module?
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  • Climate Change, 10%, Physical quantities, transpiration rate, Marianne Vo

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