2020
DOI: 10.1007/s11676-020-01193-9
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Sap flow rates of Minquartia guianensis in central Amazonia during the prolonged dry season of 2015–2016

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“…Beside the effect of temperature on photosynthesis, a raise in temperature has also an effect on transpiration via the effect of temperature on water viscosity (Darcy´s Law). In fact, in this experimental site, EVT can increase in the dry season when temperatures are higher (Antezana-Vera & Marenco, 2020).…”
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“…Beside the effect of temperature on photosynthesis, a raise in temperature has also an effect on transpiration via the effect of temperature on water viscosity (Darcy´s Law). In fact, in this experimental site, EVT can increase in the dry season when temperatures are higher (Antezana-Vera & Marenco, 2020).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 75%
“…Yang et al (2018) observed a decrease in solar-induced fluorescence during the drought of 2015-2016 in the Amazon region. Likewise, in a study carried out at the same experimental site, Antezana-Vera and Marenco (2020) found that transpiration significantly increased with an increase in PAR and VPD. An increase in transpiration rates does not mean an increase in g s and photosynthesis.…”
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