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The effects of drought stress on the water relations in Brassica Open Access
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Good, A. G.
MacLagan, J. L.
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The physiological responses of different species of Brassica to induced drought stress were studied by analysing the relationships between relative water content, leaf water potential and leaf osmotic potential during the onset of drought stress. These data indicate that while there was a decrease in leaf osmotic potential with the onset of drought stress, this did not result from a net increase in solutes. Therefore, these genotypes of Brassica do not appear able to osmoregulate under these drought conditions.
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Good, A. G., & MacLagan, J. L. (1993). The effects of drought stress on the water relations in Brassica. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 73, 525-529.
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File title: Effects of drought stress on the water relations in Brassica species
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