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Merida, T. and Sch6nherr, J. 1981, Water permeability and fine structure of cuticular membranes isolated enzymatically from leaves ofClivia miniata Reg. Z. Pflanzenphysiol. 105:41-51. Sch6nherr J. 1982, Resistance of plant surfaces to water loss: Transport properties of cutin, suberin and associated lipids, pp. B. and Ziegler, H. ) Encyclopedia o f Plant Physiology,, New Series, Vol. 12B, Physiological Plant Ecology. Springer , Berlin, Heidelberg. Cuticle Permeability Studies 23 Sch6nherr, J.

Bauer, H. and Sch{Snherr, J. 1992, Determination of mobilities of organic compounds in plant cuticles and correlation with molar volumes. Pestic. Sci. 35:1 - I 1. Baur, E and Sch6nherr, J. t995, Temperature dependence of the diffusion of organic compounds across plant cuticles. Chemosphere 30:1331-1340. T. and Sch/Snherr, J. 1996a, Concentration dependent mobility of chlorphenvinophos in isolated plant cuticles. Pestic. Sci. 47: 171-180. , Sch6nherr, J. and Bauer, H. 1996b, Mobilities of organic compounds in plant cuticles as affected by structure and molar volumes of chemicals and plant species.

Chem. Rg[~ Data 18:1111-1229. E. 1959, Development of the cuticular layer in angiosperm leaves. Am. J. Bot. 46:625-635. G. 1985, Allgemeine Mikrobiologie, Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, New York. , Merida, T. and Sch6nherr, J. 1981, Water permeability and fine structure of cuticular membranes isolated enzymatically from leaves ofClivia miniata Reg. Z. Pflanzenphysiol. 105:41-51. Sch6nherr J. 1982, Resistance of plant surfaces to water loss: Transport properties of cutin, suberin and associated lipids, pp.

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