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Leaf water potential measurements using the pressure chamber: Synthetic testing of assumptions towards best practices for precision and accuracy

Abstract : Leaf water potential (ψ leaf), typically measured using the pressure chamber, is the most important metric of plant water status, providing high theoretical value and information content for multiple applications in quantifying critical physiological processes including drought responses. Pressure chamber measurements of ψ leaf (ψ leafPC) are most typical, yet, the practical complexity of the technique and of the underlying theory has led to ambiguous understanding of the conditions to optimize
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Celia Rodriguez‐dominguez, Alicia Forner, Sebastia Martorell, Brendan Choat, Rosana Lopez, et al.. Leaf water potential measurements using the pressure chamber: Synthetic testing of assumptions towards best practices for precision and accuracy. Plant, Cell and Environment, Wiley, 2022, 25 p. ⟨10.1111/pce.14330⟩. ⟨hal-03672599⟩

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