pressure potential

pressure potential

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in which [psi] is the soil-water potential, which is the sum of gravitational potential, temperature potential, pressure potential, and solute potential; and it can be expressed as [29]
Two chiropractors who are suing the former clinic where they worked have shed some more light on "runners," those people who pressure potential chiropractic patients to seek treatment
Exist pore water pressure potential in reservoir water is cause of water level fluctuation.
Marketing tactics are being used to pressure potential customers into having cosmetic treatments, a report out today warns.
The pressure potential ([psi]p) reflects the effects of atmospheric pressure (or vacuum) as well as overlying water (hydrostatic pressure) on water movement.
They do not pressure potential study participants, but rather provide information and allow patients to process the information at home and respond to the investigators when they are ready, he said.
They do not pressure potential participants, but provide information and allow patients to process it at home and respond when they are ready, he said.
They do not pressure potential study participants, but, rather, provide information and allow patients to process the information at home and respond to the investigators when they are ready, he said.
The first objective of the study was to observe variations among different height sunflower cultivars for water potential, osmotic adjustment and pressure potential. The second objective was to study the effect of plant stature on photosynthetic rate and stomatal conductance.
Xylem pressure potential responses of these graminoid species to grazing were also not consistent between species or sampling dates (Fig.
The diurnal course of predawn and minimum xylem pressure potential ([[Psi].sub.MAX], [[Psi].sub.MIN]) and stomatal conductance ([g.sub.s]) were measured every 3 h from 0430 (predawn) to 1900 (sunset).