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Plant growth behind a windbreak varies considerably with changing macroclimate, species and windbreak type. This variability can often be explained in terms of the microclimate in the lee of a windbreak. This paper describes an investigation into the modification of microclimate by a windbreak...
Near-isogenic mutants of Sorghum bicolor with genetic alterations affecting epicuticular wax (EW) structure but having similar canopy architecture provided a model system to examine the influence of EW on plant radiation scattering. Differences in canopies with two different sheath EW amounts...
Growth of plants behind windbreaks is influenced by the seasonal change of air-flow caused by a combination of seasonal changes in incident wind conditions and windbreak characteristics. This paper examines the factors that influence the pattern of wind speed and turbulence for a field of millet...
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