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    Das Blatt eines Eukalyptusbaums, eingespannt in die neuartige Magnetsonde, die die Wasserversorgung von Pflanzen misst. Entwickelt wurde die Sonde an der Universität Würzburg. Foto: Ulrich Zimmermann

    Independent whether we consider grapevines in the vineyard or tomatoes in the greenhouse: how well plants are being supplied with water can be viewed by an innovative magnetic probe that is simply clamped to the leaves. This novel technology promises water savings and reduced soil salination.

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    Über mikroskopisch kleine, regulierbare Poren in ihrer Außenhaut können Pflanzen Kohlendioxid aufnehmen und Wasserdampf abgeben. Die Poren bestehen aus zwei Schließzellen: Wenn diese sich ausdehnen, öffnet sich die Pore (kleines Bild). Fotos: Lehrstu

    Less rainfall, higher temperatures: plants are also suffering the effects of climate change. How, despite this, they survive longer periods of drought is the subject of research by Rainer Hedrich, a biologist at the University of Würzburg.

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