Spatial and temporal variability of leaf gas exchanges and temperature responses to drought on apple trees assessed by a 3D turbid medium model
Keywords: canopy microclimate, drought, leaf nitrogen, RATP model, stomatal conductance, transpiration
AbstractDrought stress alters tree carbon and water balance, and it could affect pest and disease development as affected by changes in microclimate. Spatial and temporal variability of leaf gas exchange and microclimate (through leaf temperature) were assessed by adapting a 3D turbid medium model to drought stress and comparing model outputs to drought experiments.
2A Exchange and transport processes in plants
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