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15 years of experiments have overturned a major assumption about how thirsty plants actually are

By Lucas Cernusak, Associate Professor, Plant Physiology, James Cook University
Chin Wong, Visiting Fellow, Plant Sciences, Australian National University
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Plants lose huge amounts of water to catch the carbon dioxide they need for photosynthesis – but a new discovery may make them more efficient.The Conversation

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