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    1. Ono, K; Nishi, Y; Watanabe, A; Terashima, I
      Possible mechanisms of adaptive leaf senescence

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Beyschlag, W; Eckstein, J
      Towards a causal analysis of stomatal patchiness: the role of stomatal size variability and hydrological heterogeneity

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    3. Terashima, I; Miyazawa, SI; Hanba, YT
      Why are sun leaves thicker than shade leaves? Consideration based on analyses of CO2 diffusion in the leaf

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    4. Kage, H; Alt, C; Stutzel, H
      Predicting dry matter production of cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. botrytis) under unstressed conditions - I. Photosynthetic parameters of cauliflower leaves and their implications for calculations of dry matter production

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    5. Parrott, L; Kok, R
      A generic primary producer model for use in ecosystem simulation

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    6. Dash, S; Mohanty, N
      Evaluation of assays for the analysis of thermo-tolerance and recovery potentials of seedlings of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Choudhury, BJ
      Modeling radiation- and carbon-use efficiencies of maize, sorghum, and rice

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    8. Bunce, JA
      Seasonal patterns of photosynthetic response and acclimation to elevated carbon dioxide in field-grown strawberry

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    9. Meyer, S; Saccardy-Adji, K; Rizza, F; Genty, B
      Inhibition of photosynthesis by Colletotrichum lindemuthianum in bean leaves determined by chlorophyll fluorescence imaging

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    10. Miyazawa, SI; Terashima, I
      Slow development of leaf photosynthesis in an evergreen broad-leaved tree,Castanopsis sieboldii: relationships between leaf anatomical characteristics and photosynthetic rate

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    11. Haupt-Herting, S; Klug, K; Fock, HP
      A new approach to measure gross CO2 fluxes in leaves. Gross CO2 assimilation, photorespiration, and mitochondrial respiration in the light in tomato under drought stress

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Ziska, LH
      Growth temperature can alter the temperature dependent stimulation of photosynthesis by elevated carbon dioxide in Albutilon theophrasti

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    13. Baker, NR; Oxborough, K; Lawson, T; Morison, JIL
      High resolution imaging of photosynthetic activities of tissues, cells andchloroplasts in leaves

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    14. Ma, QF; Behboudian, MH; Turner, NC; Palta, JA
      Gas exchange by pods and subtending leaves and internal recycling of CO2 by pods of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) subjected to water deficits

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    15. Ewert, F; Porter, JR
      Ozone effects on wheat in relation to CO2: modelling short-term and long-term responses of leaf photosynthesis and leaf duration

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    16. Liozon, R; Badeck, FW; Genty, B; Meyer, S; Saugier, B
      Leaf photosynthetic characteristics of beech (Fagus sylvatica) saplings during three years of exposure to elevated CO2 concentration

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Hikosaka, K; Hirose, T
      Photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency in evergreen broad-leaved woody species coexisting in a warm-temperate forest

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Reynolds, MP; Delgado, MI; Gutierrez-Rodriguez, M; Larque-Saavedra, A
      Photosynthesis of wheat in a warm, irrigated environment - I: Genetic diversity and crop productivity

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    19. Ohashi, K; Makino, A; Mae, T
      Growth and carbon utilization in rice plants under conditions of physiologically low temperature and irradiance

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Nakano, H; Muramatsu, S; Makino, A; Mae, T
      Relationship between the suppression of photosynthesis and starch accumulation in the pod-removed bean

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Dreccer, MF; Schapendonk, AHCM; van Oijen, M; Pot, CS; Rabbinge, R
      Radiation and nitrogen use at the leaf and canopy level by wheat and oilseed rape during the critical period for grain number definition

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Wirtz, KW
      Second order up-scaling: theory and an exercise with a complex photosynthesis model

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    23. Deng, XP; Shan, L; Ma, YQ; Inanaga, S
      Diurnal oscillation in the intercellular CO2 concentration of spring wheatunder the semiarid conditions

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    24. Jiang, GM; Hao, NB; Bai, KZ; Zhang, QD; Sun, JZ; Guo, RJ; Ge, QY; Kuang, TY
      Chain correlation between variables of gas exchange and yield potential indifferent winter wheat cultivars

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    25. Subrahmanyam, D
      Genotype variability in photosynthetic characteristics in finger millet

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    26. Maroco, JP; Pereira, JS; Chaves, MM
      Growth, photosynthesis and water-use efficiency of two C-4 Sahelian grasses subjected to water deficits

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    27. Luttge, U
      The tonoplast functioning as the master switch for circadian regulation ofcrassulacean acid metabolism

      PLANTA
    28. Wunsche, JN; Palmer, JW; Greer, DH
      Effects of crop load on fruiting and gas-exchange characteristics of 'Braeburn'/M.26 apple trees at full canopy

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
    29. Osmond, CB; Kramer, D; Luttge, U
      Reversible, water stress-induced non-uniform chlorophyll fluorescence quenching in wilting leaves of Potentilla reptans may not be due to patchy stomatal responses

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    30. Jimenez, MS; Gonzalez-Rodriguez, A; Morales, D
      Effect of dehydration on the photosynthetic apparatus of sun and shade leaves of laurel forest trees

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    31. Subrahmanyam, D; Rathore, VS
      Variation in photosynthetic traits in barnyard millet (Echinocloa frumentaceae) genotypes

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    32. Alvino, A; Delfine, S; Mori, M
      Foliar senescence in maize plants grown under different water regimes

      AGRONOMIE
    33. Sanchez-Rodriguez, J; Perez, P; Martinez-Carrasco, R
      Photosynthesis, carbohydrate levels and chlorophyll fluorescence-estimatedintercellular CO2 in water-stressed Casuarina equisetifolia Forst. & Forst.

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    34. Lunn, JE; Furbank, RT
      Sucrose biosynthesis in C-4 plants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    35. Funayama, S; Terashima, I
      Effects of geminivirus infection and growth irradiance on the vegetative growth and photosynthetic production of Eupatorium makinoi

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    36. Wohlfahrt, G; Bahn, M; Cernusca, A
      The use of the ratio between the photosynthesis parameters P-ml and V-cmaxfor scaling up photosynthesis of C-3 plants from leaves to canopies: A critical examination of different modelling approaches

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    37. Lu, CM; Zhang, JH
      Effects of water stress on photosystem II photochemistry and its thermostability in wheat plants

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    38. Evans, LT; Fischer, RA
      Yield potential: Its definition, measurement, and significance

      CROP SCIENCE
    39. Tollenaar, M; Wu, J
      Yield improvement in temperate maize is attributable to greater stress tolerance

      CROP SCIENCE
    40. LUO YQ; SIMS DA; GRIFFIN KL
      NONLINEARITY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES TO GROWTH IN RISING ATMOSPHERIC CO2 - AN EXPERIMENTAL AND MODELING STUDY

      Global change biology
    41. HUR Y; VASCONCELOS AC
      SPINACH CYTOSOLIC FRUCTOSE-1,6-BISPHOSPHATASE - II - LIGHT EFFECT ON ITS EXPRESSION

      Molecules and cells
    42. OSMOND CB; DALEY PF; BADGER MR; LUTTGE U
      CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE QUENCHING DURING PHOTOSYNTHETIC INDUCTION INLEAVES OF ABUTILON STRIATUM DICKS - INFECTED WITH ABUTILON MOSAIC-VIRUS, OBSERVED WITH A FIELD-PORTABLE IMAGING-SYSTEM

      Botanica acta
    43. SIVASANKAR A; LAKKINENI KC; JAIN V; KUMAR PA; ABROL YP
      DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF 2 WHEAT GENOTYPES TO NITROGEN SUPPLY - II - MESOPHYLL CELL CHARACTERISTICS AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF LAMINAE AT FULL EXPANSION

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    44. EARL HJ; TOLLENAAR M
      DIFFERENCES AMONG COMMERCIAL MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L.) HYBRIDS IN RESPIRATION RATES OF MATURE LEAVES

      Field crops research
    45. SARQUIS JI; GONZALEZ H; DEJIMENEZ ES; DUNLAP JR
      PHYSIOLOGICAL TRAITS ASSOCIATED WITH MASS SELECTION FOR IMPROVED YIELD IN A MAIZE POPULATION

      Field crops research
    46. Lu, CM; Zhang, JH
      Effects of water stress on photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence and photoinhibition in wheat plants

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    47. Valantin, M; Gary, C; Vaissiere, BE; Tchamitchian, M; Bruneli, B
      Changing sink demand affects the area but not the specific activity of assimilate sources in cantaloupe (Cucumis melo L.)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    48. KUTIK J; WILHELMOVA N; SNOPEK J
      CHANGES IN ULTRASTRUCTURE OF PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L. COTYLEDONS ASSOCIATED WITH THEIR MODULATED LIFE

      Photosynthetica
    49. TEZARA W; FERNANDEZ MD; DONOSO C; HERRERA A
      SEASONAL-CHANGES IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE OF 5 PLANT-SPECIES FROM A SEMIARID ECOSYSTEM

      Photosynthetica
    50. Earl, HJ; Tollenaar, M
      Relationship between thylakoid electron transport and photosynthetic CO2 uptake in leaves of three maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    51. GUTIERREZRODRIGUEZ M; SANMIGUELCHAVEZ R; LARQUESAAVEDRA A
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-ASPECTS IN TUXPENO MAIZE WITH IMPROVED DROUGHT TOLERANCE

      Maydica
    52. JONES P; KEANE EM; OSBORNE BA
      EFFECTS OF ALIEN CYTOPLASMIC VARIATION ON CARBON ASSIMILATION AND PRODUCTIVITY IN WHEAT

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    53. TAKAGI M; GYOKUSEN K; SAITO A
      INCREASE IN THE CO2 EXCHANGE-RATE OF LEAVES OF ILEX ROTUNDA WITH ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 CONCENTRATION IN AN URBAN CANYON

      International journal of biometeorology
    54. Bassow, SL; Bazzaz, FA
      How environmental conditions affect canopy leaf-level photosynthesis in four deciduous tree species

      ECOLOGY
    55. AKSOY N; OZDEMIR B; SAYGIN O
      DEVELOPMENT OF A LEAF-FLASH-SPECTROMETER FOR ASSESSMENT OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS PERFORMANCE

      Fresenius environmental bulletin
    56. LUNN JE; HATCH MD
      THE ROLE OF SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE IN THE CONTROL OF PHOTOSYNTHATE PARTITIONING IN ZEA-MAYS LEAVES

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    57. DETAFUR SM; ELSHARKAWY MA; CALLE F
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND YIELD PERFORMANCE OF CASSAVA IN SEASONALLY DRY ANDSEMIARID ENVIRONMENTS

      Photosynthetica
    58. LAURIANO JA; CAMPOS PS; RAMALHO JC; LIDON FC; GUEDES ME; MATOS MD
      PARTIAL DECLINE OF ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA L PHOTOSYNTHESIS TRIGGERED BY DROUGHT STRESS

      Photosynthetica
    59. KEUTGEN N; CHEN K; LENZ F
      RESPONSES OF STRAWBERRY LEAF PHOTOSYNTHESIS, CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCEAND MACRONUTRIENT CONTENTS TO ELEVATED CO2

      Journal of plant physiology
    60. BALDOCCHI D
      MEASURING AND MODELING CARBON-DIOXIDE AND WATER-VAPOR EXCHANGE OVER ATEMPERATE BROAD-LEAVED FOREST DURING THE 1995 SUMMER DROUGHT

      Plant, cell and environment
    61. MIAH MNH; YOSHIDA T; YAMAMOTO Y
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN APPLICATION DURING RIPENING PERIOD ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND DRY-MATTER PRODUCTION AND ITS IMPACT ON YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF SEMIDWARF INDICA-RICE VARIETIES UNDER WATER CULTURE CONDITIONS

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    62. MAE T
      PHYSIOLOGICAL NITROGEN EFFICIENCY IN RICE - NITROGEN-UTILIZATION, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, AND YIELD POTENTIAL

      Plant and soil
    63. ANDERSON JM; PARK YI; CHOW WS
      PHOTOINACTIVATION AND PHOTOPROTECTION OF PHOTOSYSTEM-II IN NATURE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    64. GEBER MA; DAWSON TE
      GENETIC-VARIATION IN STOMATAL AND BIOCHEMICAL LIMITATIONS TO PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE ANNUAL PLANT, POLYGONUM-ARENASTRUM

      Oecologia
    65. MIYAJI K; DASILVA WS; ALVIM PDT
      PRODUCTIVITY OF LEAVES OF A TROPICAL TREE, THEOBROMA-CACAO, GROWN UNDER SHADING, IN RELATION TO LEAF AGE AND LIGHT CONDITIONS WITHIN THE CANOPY

      New phytologist
    66. RIDOLFI M; DREYER E
      RESPONSES TO WATER-STRESS IN AN ABA-UNRESPONSIVE HYBRID POPLAR (POPULUS-KOREANA X TRICHOCARPA CV PEACE) .3. CONSEQUENCES FOR PHOTOSYNTHETICCARBON ASSIMILATION

      New phytologist
    67. BEEBE S; LYNCH J; GALWEY N; TOHME J; OCHOA I
      A GEOGRAPHICAL APPROACH TO IDENTIFY PHOSPHORUS-EFFICIENT GENOTYPES AMONG LANDRACES AND WILD ANCESTORS OF COMMON BEAN

      Euphytica
    68. NISSANKA SP; DIXON MA; TOLLENAAR M
      CANOPY GAS-EXCHANGE RESPONSE TO MOISTURE STRESS IN OLD AND NEW MAIZE HYBRID

      Crop science
    69. TOLLENAAR M; AGUILERA A; NISSANKA SP
      GRAIN-YIELD IS REDUCED MORE BY WEED INTERFERENCE IN AN OLD THAN IN A NEW MAIZE HYBRID

      Agronomy journal
    70. RUSSIN WA; EVERT RF; VANDERVEER PJ; SHARKEY TD; BRIGGS SP
      MODIFICATION OF A SPECIFIC CLASS OF PLASMODESMATA AND LOSS OF SUCROSEEXPORT ABILITY IN THE SUCROSE EXPORT DEFECTIVE1 MAIZE MUTANT

      The Plant cell
    71. LAL A; EDWARDS GE
      ANALYSIS OF INHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS UNDER WATER-STRESS IN THE C-4 SPECIES AMARANTHUS-CRUENTUS AND ZEA-MAYS - ELECTRON-TRANSPORT, CO2 FIXATION AND CARBOXYLATION CAPACITY

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    72. ECKSTEIN J; BEYSCHLAG W; MOTT KA; RYEL RJ
      CHANGES IN PHOTON FLUX CAN INDUCE STOMATAL PATCHINESS

      Plant, cell and environment
    73. TRAPANI N; HALL AJ
      EFFECTS OF LEAF POSITION AND NITROGEN SUPPLY ON THE EXPANSION OF LEAVES OF FIELD GROWN SUNFLOWER (HELIANTHUS-ANNUUS L)

      Plant and soil
    74. VESALA T; AHONEN T; HARI P; KRISSINEL E; SHOKHIREV N
      ANALYSIS OF STOMATAL CO2 UPTAKE BY A 3-DIMENSIONAL CYLINDRICALLY SYMMETRICAL MODEL

      New phytologist
    75. JIAO JR; GOODWIN P; GRODZINSKI B
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND EXPORT DURING STEADY-STATE PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN BEAN-LEAVES INFESTED WITH THE BACTERIUM XANTHOMONAS-CAMPESTRIS PV PHASEOLI

      Canadian journal of botany
    76. RAMBAL S; DAMESIN C; JOFFRE R; METHY M; LOSEEN D
      OPTIMIZATION OF CARBON GAIN IN CANOPIES OF MEDITERRANEAN EVERGREEN OAKS

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    77. EASTMAN PAK; CAMM EL
      REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN INTERIOR SPRUCE DURING WATER-STRESS -CHANGES IN GAS-EXCHANGE AND CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE

      Tree physiology
    78. NAGY Z; GALIBA G
      DROUGHT AND SALT TOLERANCE ARE NOT NECESSARILY LINKED - A STUDY ON WHEAT-VARIETIES DIFFERING IN DROUGHT TOLERANCE UNDER CONSECUTIVE WATER AND SALINITY STRESSES

      Journal of plant physiology
    79. TERASHIMA I; HIKOSAKA K
      COMPARATIVE ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF LEAF AND CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Plant, cell and environment
    80. LUNN JE; HATCH MD
      PRIMARY PARTITIONING AND STORAGE OF PHOTOSYNTHATE IN SUCROSE AND STARCH IN LEAVES OF C-4 PLANTS

      Planta
    81. NAKANO H; MAKINO A; MAE T
      EFFECTS OF PANICLE REMOVAL ON THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FLAG LEAF OF RICE PLANTS DURING THE RIPENING STAGE

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    82. KYPARISSIS A; PETROPOULOU Y; MANETAS Y
      SUMMER SURVIVAL OF LEAVES IN A SOFT-LEAVED SHRUB (PHLOMIS-FRUTICOSA L, LABIATAE) UNDER MEDITERRANEAN FIELD CONDITIONS - AVOIDANCE OF PHOTOINHIBITORY DAMAGE THROUGH DECREASED CHLOROPHYLL CONTENTS

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    83. GIMENEZ C; CONNOR DJ; RUEDA F
      CANOPY DEVELOPMENT, PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND RADIATION-USE EFFICIENCY IN SUNFLOWER IN RESPONSE TO NITROGEN

      Field crops research
    84. KICHEVA MI; TSONEV TD; POPOVA LP
      STOMATAL AND NONSTOMATAL LIMITATIONS TO PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN 2 WHEAT CULTIVARS SUBJECTED TO WATER-STRESS

      Photosynthetica
    85. UZ M; SAYGIN O
      DETERMINATION OF THE LIGHT PATHLENGTH ELONGATION IN LEAVES BY MEASURING P700 QUANTITATIVELY

      Photosynthesis research
    86. KITAJIMA K
      RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC TRAITS AND ALLOCATION PATTERNS AS CORRELATES OF SEEDLING SHADE TOLERANCE OF 13 TROPICAL TREES

      Oecologia
    87. PARKHURST DF
      DIFFUSION OF CO2 AND OTHER GASES INSIDE LEAVES

      New phytologist
    88. CAPORN SJM; HAND DW; MANSFIELD TA; WELLBURN AR
      CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF CO2-ENRICHED LETTUCE (LACTUCA-SATIVA L) - RESPONSE TO SHORT-TERM CHANGES IN CO2, TEMPERATURE AND OXIDES OF NITROGEN

      New phytologist
    89. RUUSKA SA; VAPAAVUORI EM; LAISK A
      REACTIONS OF BIRCH LEAVES TO CHANGES IN LIGHT DURING EARLY ONTOGENY -COMPARISON BETWEEN IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO TECHNIQUES TO MEASURE CARBON UPTAKE

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    90. LESKOVAR DI; HEINEMAN RR
      GREENHOUSE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS AFFECT GROWTH OF TAM-MILD JALAPENO-1 PEPPER SEEDLINGS

      HortScience
    91. SIPE TW; BAZZAZ FA
      GAP PARTITIONING AMONG MAPLES (ACER) IN CENTRAL NEW-ENGLAND - SHOOT ARCHITECTURE AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Ecology
    92. MUSGRAVE ME
      WATERLOGGING EFFECTS ON YIELD AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN 8 WINTER-WHEAT CULTIVARS

      Crop science
    93. MCCULLOUGH DE; GIRARDIN P; MIHAJLOVIC M; AGUILERA A; TOLLENAAR M
      INFLUENCE OF N-SUPPLY ON DEVELOPMENT AND DRY-MATTER ACCUMULATION OF AN OLD AND A NEW MAIZE HYBRID

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    94. ARMSTRONG EL; PATE JS
      FIELD PEA CROP IN SW AUSTRALIA .1. PATTERNS OF GROWTH, BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC PERFORMANCE IN GENOTYPES OF CONTRASTING MORPHOLOGY

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    95. SCHECHTER I; PROCTOR JTA; ELFVING DC
      CARBON EXCHANGE-RATE AND ACCUMULATION IN LIMBS OF FRUITING AND NONFRUITING APPLE-TREES

      Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
    96. NISHIO JN; SUN JD; VOGELMANN TC
      CARBON FIXATION GRADIENTS ACROSS SPINACH LEAVES DO NOT FOLLOW INTERNAL LIGHT GRADIENTS

      The Plant cell
    97. SINGAL HR; LAURA JS; SINGH R
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC CARBON-REDUCTION CYCLE METABOLITES AND ENZYMES OF SUCROSE AND STARCH BIOSYNTHESIS IN DEVELOPING BRASSICA PODS

      Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics
    98. MJWARA JM; BOTHA CEJ
      THE INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF LIGHT, TEMPERATURE AND CO2 O2 RATIOS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF COIX-LACHRYMA-JOBI L/

      South African journal of botany
    99. HENLEY WJ
      MEASUREMENT AND INTERPRETATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC LIGHT-RESPONSE CURVES IN ALGAE IN THE CONTEXT OF PHOTOINHIBITION AND DIEL CHANGES

      Journal of phycology
    100. SAITOH K; SHIMODA H; ISHIHARA K
      CHARACTERISTICS OF DRY-MATTER PRODUCTION PROCESS IN HIGH-YIELD RICE VARIETIES .6. COMPARISONS BETWEEN NEW AND OLD RICE VARIETIES

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji


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