Freeze/thaw-induced embolism depends on nadir temperature: the heterogeneous hydration hypothesis
Freeze/thaw-induced embolism was studied in leaves of field-grown snow gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora) subject to frequent morning frosts. Juvenile trees were grown in buried pots, brought to the laboratory at different stages of acclimation and subjected to
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