By M. H. Unsworth
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Heck, Krupa and Linzon (1979) give more detail of several systems. CUVETTES Cuvettes designed to contain single leaves or parts of intact plants are commonly used in studying C0 2 exchange and water relations. Sestâk, Catsky and Jarvis (1971) give detailed designs. Examples of cuvettes for studying responses to pollutants and pollutant uptake have been given by Srivastava, Jolliffe and Runeckles (1975), Taylor and Tingey (1979), Winner and Mooney (1980), Taylor, McLaughlin and Shriner (page 458) and Bengtson, Grennfelt and Skarby (page 461 this volume).
Example of a national monitoring network for air-pollution effects Under the auspices of the Directorate-General for Environmental Hygiene of the Netherlands Ministry of Public Health and Environmental Hygiene, the Research Institute for Plant Protection at Wageningen has determined, since 1973, the effects of several air pollutants on indicator plants, initially in one part of the country. 1). This effectsmonitoring network is operated in close cooperation with the nationwide automated monitoring network for air-pollution concentrations, directed by the National Institute of Public Health at Bilthoven.