Transpiratory


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Tran`spir´a`to`ry


a.1.Of or relating to transpiration.
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The paper accumulates and partially comments the results of experiments where AE method has been applied to evaluation of response of transpiratory flow responses in various species in different parts of day.
The cap diameter was chosen to reduce the rainfall input by 20%, which is the average transpiratory loss of forests in the study region (McJannet et al.
The direct effects of silicon are accompanied by several indirect effects, including an increase in photosynthetic capacity, reduction of transpiratory rates, greater plant growth and increased mechanical resistance of the cells (VALENTE et al.