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Water leaf

Water leaf

water-leaf

IVY LEAF in water: divination

Increasing leaf hydraulic conductance with transpiration rate minimizes the water potential drawdown from stem to leaf

Nitrogen and water addition reduce leaf longevity of steppe species

Estimation of leaf water potential by thermal imagery and spatial analysis

Water relations and leaf expansion: importance of time scale

Leaf water relations of Eucalyptus cloeziana and Eucalyptus argophloia in response to water deficit

Does leaf water efficiency vary among eucalypts in water-limited environments?

Growth, leaf morphology, water use and tissue water relations of Eucalyptus globulus clones in response to water deficit

Processes preventing nocturnal equilibration between leaf and soil water potential in tropical savanna woody species

Genotypic variation in drought response of silver birch (Betula pendula): leaf water status and carbon gain

Patterns of leaf conductance and water potential of five Himalayan tree species

Decline in stomatal response to leaf water deficit in Corylus maxima cuttings

Naphthenic acids inhibit root water transport, gas exchange and leaf growth in aspen (Populus tremuloides) seedlings

Leaf water relations and stomatal behavior of four allopatric Eucalyptus species planted in Mediterranean southwestern Australia

Adjustments in leaf water relations of mangrove (Avicennia germinans) seedlings grown in a salinity gradient

Drought tolerance of clonal Malus determined from measurements of stomatal conductance and leaf water potential

 

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1 Transitional early Gothic C12 carved ornament on each angle of a capital, essentially a large, broad, plain leaf resembling a water-lily or lily-pad, flowing out from above the astragal in a concave curve, then returning upwards in a convex curve, turning inwards at each angle under the abacus.

2 Classical ornament, often on a cyma reversa moulding, resembling a series of pointed tongue-like forms pointing downwards, with darts between them, also called hart's tongue, Lesbian, or lily-leaf, each tongue-form divided vertically by an incision. It is probably related to the lotus-leaf, or to ivy-leaves.

3 Long, feather-like unserrated leaf used by Palladio in his enrichment of the Ionic, Corinthian, and Composite Orders, also called stiff-leaf, and used as a series of vertical ornaments on friezes, etc.

W. Papworth (1892);Sturgis et al. (1901–2)

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