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initiation and final exudation at the end point in leaves is not known,
travel to tips and edges of leaves for its exudation as droplets.
equates to the osmometer work and the driving force for exudation is
sap and the ambient solution enabling the exudation impossible in
ambient solution at which exudation stops, considerably exceeds the
The sleeve exudation occurs only at the expense of the metabolic
Long time exudation was observed from a single oak tree in a garden in Surrey, England which maintained this activity for up to five years FOX-WILSON & HORT (1926).
Hymenoptera) chew certain parts of the bark cortex which produces an exudation that is exploited by several species butterflies (eg.