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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Scaling Up Of Leaf Transpiration Ans Stomatal Cinductance Of Two Eucalyptus Grandis X Eucalyptus Urophylla Clone In Response To Environmental Variables [mudança De Escala Da Transpiração Foliar E Condutância Estomática De Dois Clones De Eucalyptus Grandis X Eucalyptus Urophylla Em Função De Variáveis Ambientais]
Author: Tonello K.C.
Filho J.T.
Abstract: This study aimed at characterizing leaf ecophysiological behavior of two clones of Eucalyptus sp related to environmental variables such as photosynthetically active radiation (Qleaf) and vapor pressure deficit of the atmosphere (VPD) at two scales (pot and plot), as well as promoting a change of information obtained from a smaller scale to a higher one. The study was conducted at UNICAMP, São Paulo, Brazil. For data transpiration (E) and stomata conductance (Gs) porometry an infrared gas analyzer was used. Local environmental variables associated with Qleaf and VPD were recorded by the automatic station of CEPAGRI/UNICAMP installed at the study site. At all scales, individuals were under the same range of predawn leaf water potential (0 to -0.5 MPa). The scaling of information was performed by applying the ecophysiological model, to simulate the E and Gs as a function of Qleaf and VPD. The exchange of E and Gs were consistently above the plot scale when compared to the pot scale for the two clones under study. The proposed models were effective in the extrapolation of E and Gs between different scales, but the best results were obtained in the relations E, Gs and Qleaf.
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Date Issue: 2011
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