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A. 1979, Peach leaf surfaces : changes in wettability, retention, cuticular permeability, and epicuticular wax chemistr,v during expansion ~vith special reference to spray application. J. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. 104 (5): 611-617. Charnel, A, Gaillardon, P. and Gauvrit, C. 1991, La p6n6tration foliaire des herbicides, pp. 7-50 In: Scala, R. ) Les Herbicides. A. 6ditions Versailles. A. 1989, Insect behaviour at the leaf surface and learning as aspect of host plant selection. Experientia 45: 215-222. E, and Fiala, V.
36 S. Derridj 35 ~ 30 • - - ~ - ' - Fructose Glucose SucFose 25 20 ,0( 15 5 9 t i ~ i i i 13 17 21 25 29 33 Time (hi Figure 9. cm ~') collected by spraying water on the upper side of leaves ofCichorium endivia var. latifi)lia during 24 hours. Error bars represent standard errors for 3 replicates of two leaf samples. , 1991). Likewise, it would be interesting to study the kinetics of emergence o f different types of molecules at the leaf surface. In addition to the physico-chemical properties of the molecules, types and states of cuticles, abiotic factors like relative humidity and temperature, and the duration that dew or rain droplets remain on the leaf surface should have a non negligible influence (Price, 1982).