Floral gas exchange data observed from cut and intact inflorescences and during a heating experiment in 2018 on woody plants growing in Duluth, MN



These data were collected for a project examining floral water loss and floral hydration in woody plants that flower before they produce leaves. Gas exchange was measured from inflorescences during two experiments: a) the comparison of cut inflorescences to inflorescences still on the plant (intact) and b) the observation of inflorescence response to increased heat.

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Funding information
Sponsorship: National Science Foundation (IOS:1656318), the University of Minnesota – Duluth, the Garden Club of America (Corliss Knapp Engle Scholarship) and the Integrated Biosciences Graduate Program

Referenced by
McMann, N., Peichel A., and Savage, J. 2021. Early spring flowers rely on xylem hydration but are not limited by stem xylem conductivity. New Phytologist In Prep.
Date made availableSep 21 2021
PublisherData Repository for the University of Minnesota
Date of data productionMay 10 2018 - Jun 5 2018

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