How Grapevines Respond to Water Stress
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Martinson, Timothy E.; Lasko, Alan
Leaf stomata open and close to regulate water vapor and CO2 exchange. When drought stress causes closure, photosynthesis and evaporative cooling stops. Prolonged deficits cause leaf senescence, ripening delays, and carryover effects.
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Part of the series Grapes 101.
Vine Biology and Physiology; Grapes 101; Appellation Cornell; Cornell University; CALS; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Agritech; Viticulture
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