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I spent a year squeezing leaves to measure their water content. Here's what I learned

By Tomás I. Fuenzalida, Postdoctoral Fellow, Research School of Biology, Australian National University
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Carefully squeezing plant leaves can reveal how much water they contain – and touch could reveal many other hard-to-measure properties of plants.The Conversation

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