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Dynamic aspects of soil water availability for isohydric plants: Focus on root hydraulic resistances

Bibliographic reference Couvreur, Valentin ; Vanderborght, Jan ; Draye, Xavier ; Javaux, Mathieu. Dynamic aspects of soil water availability for isohydric plants: Focus on root hydraulic resistances. In: Water Resources Research, Vol. 50, no. 11, p. 8891-8906 (18.11.2014)
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