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Meagre water supply causes severe problems in the growth of plants, which rely on sufficient water transmitted by the soil to meet their needs. This second edition of Water Dynamics in Plant Production describes the basic scientific principles of water transport in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum, explains the linkage between transpirational water use and dry matter production paying particular attention to the various agronomic strategies for adaptation to climate-driven limitations of water resources.
This book is enhanced with supplementary resources to support lecturers in their teaching. Below you will find multiple choice questions and answers, as well as short answer questions and discussion points for each of the book's chapters.
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