2017 journal article

Transgenically altered lignin biosynthesis affects photosynthesis and water relations of field-grown Populus trichocarpa


By: R. Marchin n, A. Stout n, A. Davis n & J. King n

author keywords: Bioenergy; Physiology; Drought; Hydraulic conductance; Water use efficiency; Productivity
TL;DR: It is suggested that lignin is fundamental for tree growth and survival in field environments and decreased hydraulic conductivity could be a promising trait for selection of water-efficient genotypes in Populus. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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