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Evidence for a multicellular symplasmic water pumping mechanism across vascular plant roots
With global warming, climate zones are projected to shift poleward, and the frequency and intensity of droughts to increase, driving threats to crop production and ecosystems. Plant hydraulic traits play major roles in coping with such droughts, and process-based plant hydraulics (water flowing along decreasing pressure or total water potential gradients) has newly been implemented in land surface models. An enigma reported for the past 35 years is the observation of water flowing alongdoi:10.1101/2021.04.19.439789 fatcat:gxct2eqsjvcwpfixpe3wh5czhy