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SOURCES OF VARIATIONS Leaves There are numerous endogenous and exogenous factors which can effect the presence of substances on the leaf surface. , 1980). Surface waxes also show variations according to plant species, health, physiology, leaf sides (Baker, 1981) and abiotic factors. (Jeffree, 1994). This damage can increase the magnitude and heterogeneity of solute uptake. , 1979). , 1990). L e a f Sides. On corn plants grown in greenhouses, the upper and under leaf surfaces can show differences in sugar quantities.

Gallica (in press). l~ and Derrien. A. 1996, Chemicals on the leaf sarface. information about the plant available to the insect. Entomol. Exp. Appl. 80: 197-201. D. E. 1995, Effects of plant epicuticular lipids on insect herbivores. Ann. Rev. Entomol. 40:171-194. , and Chamel, A. 1989, Foliar uptake and translocation of iron, zinc, manganese. Influence of chelating agents. Plant Phvsiol Biochem. 27(5}: 713-722. l~, Barry, R and Derridj, S. 1993, kes mdtabolites de la surface foliaire (phylloplan): pr6sence et r61e dans les relations plante-insecte.

K. 1977, The Properties Of Gases and Liquids. McGraw-Hill, New York. Riederer, M. and Schc3nherr, J. 1984, Accumulation and transport of(2,4-dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid in plant cuticles: I. Sorption in the cuticular membrane and its components. Ecotoxicol. Environ. SafleO" 8: 236-247. , Sch6nherr, J. 1985, Accumulation and transport of (2,4-dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid in plant cuticles: II. Permeability of the cuticular membrane. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safe O' 9:196-208. , Mayer, S. and Obermeier, H.

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