Water potential and gas exchange did not reflect performance of Pinus radiata D. Don in an agroforestry system under conditions of soil-water deficit in a temperate environment

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Plant And Soil, 2005, 275 (38749), pp. 195 - 206
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In order to understand how radiata pines respond to declining supply of soil-water in agroforestry systems, we monitored water potential in xylem (Psi(x)), osmotic potential (pi) and relative water content (q) for fascicles at pre-dawn and at mid-day for
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