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Stomatal conductance (gs) in terrestrial vegetation regulates the uptake of atmospheric carbon dioxide for photosynthesis and water loss through transpiration, closely linking the biosphere and atmosphere and influencing climate. Yet, the range and pattern of gs in plants from natural ecosystems across broad geographic, climatic, and taxonomic ranges remains poorly quantified. Furthermore

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Stomatal distribution and/or mean stomatal conductance can vary significantly among adjacent micro-areas, often corresponding to the surface of areoles. Such non-random, spatially arranged variation in g s (and in the dimensions of stomatal aperture) is called “stomatal patchiness” ( Mott and Peak, 2007; Pospísolová and Ŝantruček, 1994 ).

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Jan 31, 2013 · The operating conductance g op is constrained by the maximum stomatal conductance, g max , which in turn is determined by two physical attributes of stomata: (i) their size (S) and (ii) their density (D), or number per unit area.

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Optimizing stomatal conductance for maximum carbon gain under water stress: a meta‐analysis across plant functional types and climates. Stefano Manzoni. Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Box 90287, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 27708‐0287, USA.

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Jun 23, 2009 · Stomatal pores are microscopic structures on the epidermis of leaves formed by 2 specialized guard cells that control the exchange of water vapor and CO2 between plants and the atmosphere. Stomatal size ( S ) and density ( D ) determine maximum leaf diffusive (stomatal) conductance of CO2 ( g c max) to sites of assimilation.

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Thus, sap-flux scaled mean canopy stomatal conductance obtained under non limiting light conditions, low D, and highest native soil moisture, is the most appropriate parameter value for

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maximum stomatal conductance and leaf nitrogen concentrations with a slope of 0.3 mm s-I per mg N g-I, (ii) maximum surface conductance and stomatal conductance with a slope of 3 mm s-I in G per

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Nov 26, 2015 · (a) Scaling relationship between maximum theoretical stomatal conductance (g max) and mean operational stomatal conductance (g op) of five gymnosperms (green squares), one fern (blue squares) and 12 angiosperm (pink squares) species measured using the ‘variance protocol’ in glasshouse conditions over a 5–13 d period in 2011–2012.

発表年:New Phytologist · 2016著者: Jennifer C Mcelwain · Charilaos Yiotis · Tracy Lawson提携:University College Dublin · University of Essex詳細情報: Phenotype · Biological evolution · Transpiration · Photosynthesis · Plant Stomata · St

Oct 13, 2000 · Abstract. We tested the hypothesis that hydraulic conductance per unit leaf surface area of plant shoots (K SL) determines the maximum diurnal stomatal conductance (g L) that can be reached by plants growing in the field.A second hypothesis was tested that some xylem cavitation cannot be avoided by transpiring plants and might act as a signal for regulating g L.

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We compare independent data sets of the maximum stomatal conductance (g smax, for single leaves) and bulk surface conductance (G smax, for a vegetated surface including the plant canopy and soil) for evaporation.Data were obtained from field measurements, restricted to periods with plentiful soil water, adequate light, high relative humidity and moderate temperature.

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The canopy stomatal conductance in the big-leaf model (G sc1) is estimated by scaling up g s weighing by the effective LAI (LAI e) as if the canopy is a single big-leaf , , . (39) where g s1 is the mean leaf stomatal conductance for the entire big-leaf and can be calculated by Eq. (34) based on the mean absorbed irradiance of the entire canopy

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(A) Maximum stomatal conductance, the vpd at maximum stomatal conductance and mean stomatal conductance was extracted from the absolute thus non-scaled stomatal conductance (g S) data. ( B ) Scaled stomatal conductance data (g S /g SMAX ) were plotted to extract the relative parameters (shown as filled dots) 20 .

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Aug 04, 2010 · It is important to note that, because of the differences in diffusion coefficients existing between water vapour and CO 2, stomatal conductance to H 2 O (g s,w) is 1.6 times higher than stomatal conductance to CO 2 (g s,c). For the sake of clarity,

発表年:Plant Cell and Environment · 2010著者: Gaelle Damour · Thierry Simonneau · Herve Cochard · Laurent Urban提携:Supagro · Institut National De La Recherche Agronomique · University of Avignon詳細情報: Hydraulic conductivity · Crop · Water supply · Photosynthesis · Plant ecology · Water

May 30, 2019 · Light-induced stomatal opening includes an initial time lag (λ) followed by an exponential increase. Smaller stomata had a larger maximum stomatal conductance increase rate (Sl max) during the exponential increase phase, but showed a longer time lag and a lower initial stomatal conductance (g s,initial) at low light.

Author: Qiangqiang Zhang, Shaobing Peng, Yong Li

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Jun 23, 2009 · Stomatal pores are microscopic structures on the epidermis of leaves formed by 2 specialized guard cells that control the exchange of water vapor and CO 2 between plants and the atmosphere. Stomatal size (S) and density (D) determine maximum leaf diffusive (stomatal) conductance of CO 2 (g c max) to sites of assimilation.

発表年:Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America · 2009著者: Peter J Franks · David J Beerling詳細情報: Transpiration · Photosynthesis · Plant Stomata · Biological evolution · Carbon dioxide
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| Boxplots comparing maximum stomatal conductance (g smax ) in the open-canopy and understory-subcanopy habitats across bioclimatic zones. Boxplots are arranged from highest to lowest average g

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Canopy temperature, stomatal conductance and water relati on traits 15 Chapter 2: Stomatal conductance Julian Pietragalla and Alistair Pask Stomatal conductance esti mates the rate of gas exchange (i.e., carbon dioxide uptake) and transpirati on (i.e., water loss) through the leaf stomata as determined by the degree of stomatal

Jun 01, 2017 · Robust models of stomatal conductance are greatly needed to predict plant-atmosphere interactions in a changing climate and to integrate new knowledge in physiology and ecological theory. Recent years have brought major advances in the experimental and theoretical understanding underpinning both

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The size of plant stomata (adjustable pores that determine the uptake of CO2 and loss of water from leaves) is considered to be evolutionarily important. This study uses fossils from the major Sout

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1. Gas exchange is strongly seasonal in temperate deciduous forests; however, virtually no studies have described measurements made at the leaf scale through the whole growing season. This level of

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Jul 30, 2019 · Hypothesized rationales for a stomatal safety-efficiency trade-off. a Stomatal size and density: leaves with smaller, denser stomata (left) have higher maximum stomatal conductance (g

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Jan 24, 2020 · Among various S sources, application of K2SO4 resulted in maximum photosynthetic rate (43%), stomatal conductance (98%), transpiration rate (61%) and sub-stomatal conductance (127%) compared to no

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calculate stomatal and non-stomatal limitation partitioning based on the model parameters of Farquhar et al. (1980), and (2) to evaluate the seasonal trends and seasonal integration of stomatal and non-stomatal limitations in a deciduous forest, focusing on the effects of leaf age and the 1998 drought. Materials and methods Site

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between the maximum theoretical stomatal conductance (g max in mmolm 2 s 1), calculated from the density (SD), size and geometry of stomata when fully open (Parlange & Waggoner, 1970; Franks & Beerling, 2009b) and measured conductance val-ues (g op) to infer stomatal conductance

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Measurements of leaf transpiration and calculations of leaf conductance to water vapor are important in almost all investigations of plant water relations. Transpiration is a primary determinant of leaf energy balance (Chapter 7) and plant water status (Chapter 9). Together with the exchange of CO 2 it determines the water use efficiency.

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In this study we explored patterns in in situ maximum stomatal conductance (gsmax) of C3 woody angiosperms in their natural field environment, across broad geographic, climatic and taxonomic ranges. By maximum stomatal conductance we mean the highest conductance on fully expanded leaves, measured during the summer growing season. First, we

Plants converge towards a strategy of closing stomata early during water stress periods, preventing gas exchange but delaying irreversible leaf xylem embolism.

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Discerning the forest from the trees: an essay on scaling canopy stomatal conductance Dennis D. Baldocchi a, Robert J. Luxmoore b and Jerry L. Hatfield c aA tmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division, ARL/NOAA, P.O. Box 2456, Oak Ridge. where gx is the maximum stomatal conductance and fl is an empirical curva- ture coefficient.

発表年:Agricultural and Forest Meteorology · 1991著者: Dennis D Baldocchi · R J Luxmoore · Jerry L Hatfield提携:Oak Ridge National Laboratory · Agricultural Research Service詳細情報: Scale factor · Stomatal conductance ·

Aug 31, 2013 · Observed Minimum Stomatal Conductance (g 0‐obs), Minimum Stomatal Conductance Extrapolated From a Least Squares Fit of the Linear net Photosynthesis and Stomatal Conductance Relationship (g 0‐ext), Species Stomatal Response Coefficient (g 1), maximum rate of carboxylation (V cmax), Maximum Electron Transport Rate (J max), Leaf Dark

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Maximum stomatal conductance to water vapour (mol m22 s21) was calculated using the formula of Brown and Escombe (1900, see also Weyers and Meidner 1990;FranksandFarquhar2006)parameterizedforgrass stomata (Taylor et al. 2012). Briefly, g wmax for each leaf is the sum of maximum conductance values for leaf sur-faces(g

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Estimating maximum mean canopy stomatal conductance for use in models B.E. Ewers, R. Oren, K.H. Johnsen, and J.J. Landsberg Abstract: Fertilized (F) and irrigated and fertilized (IF) stands of Pinus taeda L. produced twice the leaf area index of

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Figure 2. Developmental basis for maximum stomatal flux variables: the estimation of abaxial leaf stomatal density (d; A) and theoretical maximum stomatal conductance (g max; B) as functions of epidermal cell area (e), stomatal index (i), and stomatal area (s). A, Values estimated using Equation

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Jan 25, 2011 · Optimizing stomatal conductance for maximum carbon gain under water stress: a meta‐analysis across plant functional types and climates. Stefano Manzoni. Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Box 90287, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 27708‐0287, USA.

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The link between stomatal conductance (g s) and K L arises from the fact that under photosynthetic conditions, Abstract Recent work has shown that stomatal conductance (g s) and assimilation (A) are responsive to changes in the hydraulic conductance of the soil to leaf pathway (K L), but no study has quantitatively described this relationship

Stomatal conductance (gs) is a key land-surface attribute as it links transpiration, the dominant component of global land among maximum stomatal conductance, ecosystem surface conductance, carbon assimilation rate, and plant nitrogen nutrition: A

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reducing the maximum stomatal conductance of the plant (gsmax), a species-specific value depending on leaf stomatal density, that can be defined as the largest value of conductance observed in fully developed leaves but not senescent of well-watered plants

Canopy conductance can be also experimentally obtained by measuring sap flow and environmental variables. Stomatal conductance may be used as a reference value to validate the data, by summing the total stomatal conductance g s {\displaystyle g_{s}} of all leaf classes within the canopy.

Oct 30, 2018 · The maximum stomatal conductance can be obtained under low evaporative demand conditions (Drake et al., 2013; Dow et al., 2014) which were observed in the present investigation. The genotypes OL220 and LKT 57 with limited TR at high VPD, associated with reduced stomatal conductance also constrained their photosynthetic rate (Figure 2 ).

Stomatal conductance (g s) in terrestrial vegetation regulates the uptake of atmospheric carbon dioxide for photosynthesis and water loss through transpiration, closely linking the biosphere and atmosphere and influencing climate.Yet, the range and pattern of g s in plants from natural ecosystems across broad geographic, climatic, and taxonomic ranges remains poorly quantified.

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Here we reconstruct a 34% (±12%) reduction in maximum stomatal conductance (g smax ) per 100 ppm CO 2 increase as a result of the adaptation in stomatal density (D) and pore size at maximal stomatal opening (a max ) of nine common species from Florida over the past 150 y.

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Maximum stomatal conductance to water vapour (g max) was calculated as the sum of the maximum conductance values for each side of each leaf (g 1 + g 2), based on the model of Brown & Escombe (1900) after Franks & Beerling (2009a). Alternative formulations of the

The Difference in Stomatal Aperture Causes the Difference in g s between Me-0 and Tetraploid Col. We compared the anatomical g smax, which is the calculated maximum rate of g s to water vapor as determined by stomatal size and density in a diffusion-based equation (Eq. 1). The anatomical g smax values of Me-0 and tetraploid Col were both 1.3- to 1.4-fold higher than that of diploid Col ().

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A high boundary layer conductance also has important im – plications in the control of transpiration. Because boundary layer conductance and stomatal conductance operate in series, their relative magnitude determines which conductance is the dominant regulator of transpiration. The Omega factor (

発表年:Agronomy Journal · 1964著者: David M Gates

Stomatal opening was not specifically impaired in response to either red or blue light as both of these stimuli caused some increase in stomatal conductance. Consistent with the reduction in maximum stomatal conductance, the relative water content of plants lacking APK1b was significantly increased under both well-watered and drought conditions.

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The vulnerability of xylem conduits to cavitation theoretically determines the maximum flow rate of water through plants, and hence maximum transpiration (E), stomatal conductance (g,), and leaf area (A^- Field-grown Betula occidentals with a favourable water supply exhibit midday xylem pressures (</rp j approaching the cavitation-inducing

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Stomatal responses to changes in vapor pressure deficit reflect tissue-specific differences in hydraulic conductance T.W. OCHELTREE1,3, J. B. NIPPERT2 & P.V.V. PRASAD1 1Department of Agronomy, Kansas State University, 2004 Throckmorton Hall, Manhattan, KS 66505, USA, 2Division of Biology, Kansas State University, 116 Ackert Hall, Manhattan, KS 66505, USA and 3Department of

In this example a model calculates stomatal conductance based upon environmental variables and measurements of g max (or the maximum diffuse stomatal conductance). This model illustrates nicely how one can use R and an optimizer to estimate complex model parameters of non-linear models.

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Applying an empirical model of stomatal conductance to three C-4 grasses Robert L. Dougherty a, James A. Bradford a, Patrick I. Coyne b, Phillip L. Sims *’~ aSouthern Plains Range Research Station, USDA-ARS, 2000 18th Street, Woodward, OK 73801, USA

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Establishing the relationship between stomatal conductance and microclimate through a model of stomatal conductance Jinzhi Wang Introduction I came to CGREC on May 7, 2008 to work under the direction of Dr. Xuejun Dong,

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CONSISTENT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIELD-MEASURED STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE AND THEORETICAL MAXIMUM STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE IN C 3 WOODY ANGIOSPERMS IN FOUR MAJOR BIOMES Michelle Murray,1,* Wuu Kuang Soh,* Charilaos Yiotis,* Robert A. Spicer,†,‡ Tracy Lawson,§ and Jennifer C. McElwain*

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stomatal conductance and PSII efficiency when compared to other rootstocks evaluated in this study. Young Interdonato trees budded on to Bitters rootstock had significantly higher N in comparison P to Carpenter, Furr and Carrizo citrange in calcareous soil. Key words: Citrus, chlorophyll concentration, net

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Stomatal conductance is a land-surface attribute that links the water and carbon cycles. Analysis of a global database covering a wide range of plant functional types and biomes now provides a

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stomatal closure is caused by a reduction in water potential somewhere in the plant. However, the mechanism behind stomatal responses to D remains uncertain. One possible role of low leaf water potential in reducing g at high D would be by decreasing hydraulic conductance. Sensitivity of conductance to D varies widely among spe-

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by sunlit and shaded fractions of canopy; 2) a photosynthesis–stomatal conductance model for sunlit and shaded leaves separately, and for the simultaneous transfers of CO2 and water vapor into and out of the leaf—leaf physiological properties (i.e., leaf nitrogen concentration, maximum potential electron transport rate, and hence

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combine an existing water-limited stomatal conductance model with an existing assimilation (photosynthesis)-limited stomatal conductance model. In this manner, we simulate variable controls on stomatal conductance and use a combination of the two models to define the threshold at which soil water content becomes limiting to transpiration.

We measured the length and abundance of guard cells (the cells forming stomata), the area of epidermal pavement cells, stomatal index and maximum stomatal conductance from a comprehensive sample of fossil cuticles of Proteaceae, and extracted published estimates of

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Oct 08, 2019 · ABSTRACTPlants are exposed to high light intensity, high leaf temperatures and high air-to-leaf water vapor pressure deficit (ALVPD) during the day. These environmental stresses cause stomatal

Transport networks are crucial to the functioning of natural and technological systems. Nature features transport networks that are adaptive over a vast range of parameters, thus providing an impressive level of robustness in supply. Theoretical and experimental studies have found that real-world transport networks exhibit both tree-like motifs and cycles. When the network is subject to load