isohydric


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isohydric

(ˌaɪsəʊˈhaɪdrɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem having the same acidity or hydrogen-ion concentration
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Diber et al., "Improving plant stress tolerance and yield production: is the tonoplast aquaporin SlTIP2;2 a key to isohydric to anisohydric conversion?," New Phytologist, vol.
The high stomatal control typical of isohydric species has possibly affected the carbon assimilation rate of the treated plants and consequently their growth.
nummularia exhibiting more conservative water-use (isohydric species) and the earlier modification of leaf physiology than C.
Maize is an isohydric species, with a stricter stomatal control, which is well suited for thermographical monitoring (Liu et al., 2011; Mazuka et al., 2012).
The complex mechanisms for isohydric and anisohydric behaviors have attracted extensive research interests.(24) Due to the difference in varietal responses, [g.sub.s] and E of near-anisohydric varieties or [[PSI].sub.leaf] of near-isohydric varieties are not as sensitive to changes in [[PSI].sub.soil] compared with their counterparts.(20) Therefore, knowing the isohydric nature of varieties is important when choosing parameters of vine water status to aid in irrigation scheduling.
Tyerman, "The role of plasma membrane intrinsic protein aquaporins in water transport through roots: diurnal and drought stress responses reveal different strategies between isohydric and anisohydric cultivars of grapevine," Plant Physiology, vol.