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    1. Moriondo, A; Pelucchi, B; Rispoli, G
      Calcium-activated potassium current clamps the dark potential of vertebrate rods

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Kudo, A
      Development of photocatalyst materials for water splitting with the aim atphoton energy conversion

      JOURNAL OF THE CERAMIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN
    3. Landhausser, SM; Lieffers, VJ
      Photosynthesis and carbon allocation of six boreal tree species grown in understory and open conditions

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Zrust, J; Horackova, V; Prichystalova, V; Rejlkova, M
      Light-induced alpha-chaconine and alpha-solanine accumulation in potato tubers (Solanum tuberosum L.) after harvest

      ROSTLINNA VYROBA
    5. Perret, M; Aujard, F
      Daily hypothermia and torpor in a tropical primate: synchronization by 24-h light-dark cycle

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Aujard, F; Dkhissi-Benyahya, O; Fournier, I; Claustrat, B; Schilling, A; Cooper, HM; Perret, M
      Artificially accelerated aging by shortened photoperiod alters early gene expression (Fos) in the suprachiasmatic nucleus and sulfatoxymelatonin excretion in a small primate, Microcebus murinus

      NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Guyoneaud, R; Borrego, CM; Martinez-Planells, A; Buitenhuis, ET; Garcia-Gil, LJ
      Light responses in the green sulfur bacterium Prosthecochloris aestuarii: changes in prosthecae length, ultrastructure, and antenna pigment composition

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Lin, FJ; Song, W; Meyer-Bernstein, E; Naidoo, N; Sehgal, A
      Photic signaling by cryptochrome in the Drosophila circadian system

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Cermakian, N; Monaco, L; Pando, MP; Dierich, A; Sassone-Corsi, P
      Altered behavioral rhythms and clock gene expression in mice with a targeted mutation in the Period1 gene

      EMBO JOURNAL
    10. Wagner, A; Tan, WP; Chalut, K; Charity, RJ; Davin, B; Larochelle, Y; Lennek, MD; Liu, TX; Liu, XD; Lynch, WG; Ramos, AM; Shomin, R; Sobotka, LG; de Souza, RT; Tsang, MB; Verde, G; Xu, HS
      Energy resolution and energy-light response of CsI(Tl) scintillators for charged particle detection

      NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
    11. Ding, YH; McAllister, JP; Yao, B; Yan, N; Canady, AI
      Axonal damage associated with enlargement of ventricles during hydrocephalus: A silver impregnation study

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    12. Ding, YC; Yao, B; Lai, Q; McAllister, JP
      Impaired motor learning and diffuse axonal damage in motor and visual systems of the rat following traumatic brain injury

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    13. Woch, G; Aramant, RB; Seiler, MJ; Sagdullaev, BT; McCall, MA
      Retinal transplants restore visually evoked responses in rats with photoreceptor degeneration

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    14. Ensminger, I; Xylander, M; Hagen, C; Braune, W
      Strategies providing success in a variable habitat: III. Dynamic control of photosynthesis in Cladophora glomerata

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    15. Lewis, JD; Lucash, M; Olszyk, D; Tingey, DT
      Seasonal patterns of photosynthesis in Douglas fir seedlings during the third and fourth year of exposure to elevated CO2 and temperature

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    16. Werner, C; Ryel, RJ; Correia, O; Beyschlag, W
      Effects of photoinhibition on whole-plant carbon gain assessed with a photosynthesis model

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    17. Tan, L; Kondo, M; Sato, M; Kondo, N; Miyake, Y
      Multifocal pupillary light response fields in normal subjects and patientswith visual field defects

      VISION RESEARCH
    18. Akhkha, A; Reid, I; Clarke, DD; Dominy, P
      Photosynthetic light response curves determined with the leaf oxygen electrode: minimisation of errors and significance of the convexity term

      PLANTA
    19. Sun, JD; Nishio, JN
      Why abaxial illumination limits photosynthetic carbon fixation in spinach leaves

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Green, JJ; Newbery, DM
      Light and seed size affect establishment of grove-forming ectomycorrhizal rain forest tree species

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    21. Battelle, BA; Dabdoub, A; Malone, MA; Andrews, AW; Cacciatore, C; Calman, BG; Smith, WC; Payne, R
      Immunocytochemical localization of opsin, visual arrestin, myosin III, andcalmodulin in Limulus lateral eye retinular cells and ventral photoreceptors

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    22. Cook, B; Bar-Yaacov, M; Ben-Ami, HC; Goldstein, RE; Paroush, Z; Selinger, Z; Minke, B
      Phospholipase C and termination of G-protein-mediated signalling in vivo

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    23. Kang, DM; Wang, XP; Cao, KM; Sun, CR; Deng, XW; Wei, N
      A gain-of-function phenotype conferred by over-expression of functional subunits of the COP9 signalosome in Arabidopsis

      PLANT JOURNAL
    24. Korth, KL; Jaggard, DAW; Dixon, RA
      Developmental and light-regulated post-translational control of 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-CoA reductase levels in potato

      PLANT JOURNAL
    25. Nagy, M; Ogawa, K; Hagihara, A
      Interactive effect of CO2 enrichment and temperature on the photosynthesisof field-grown hinoki cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa) branches

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    26. Linkosalo, T; Carter, TR; Hakkinen, R; Hari, P
      Predicting spring phenology and frost damage risk of Betula spp. under climatic warming: a comparison of two models

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Quill, U; Worgotter, F
      Investigations on emergent spatio-temporal neural response characteristicsin a small network model

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    28. Strong, GL; Bannister, P; Burritt, D
      Are mistletoes shade plants? CO2 assimilation and chlorophyll fluorescenceof temperate mistletoes and their hosts

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    29. Watanabe, SI; Satoh, H; Koizumi, A; Takayanagi, T; Kaneko, A
      Tetrodotoxin-sensitive persistent current boosts the depolarization of retinal amacrine cells in goldfish

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    30. Warning, HO; Hachtel, W
      Functional analysis of a nitrite reductase promoter from birch in transgenic tobacco

      PLANT SCIENCE
    31. Strater, T; Hachtel, W
      Identification of light- and nitrate-responsive regions of the nitrate reductase promoter from birch

      PLANT SCIENCE
    32. Dorlochter, M; de Vente, J
      Cyclic GMP in lateral eyes of the horseshoe crab Limulus

      VISION RESEARCH
    33. Beligni, MV; Lamattina, L
      Nitric oxide stimulates seed germination and de-etiolation, and inhibits hypocotyl elongation, three light-inducible responses in plants

      PLANTA
    34. Kagawa, T; Wada, M
      Blue light-induced chloroplast relocation in Arabidopsis thaliana as analyzed by microbeam irradiation

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Palmqvist, K
      Carbon economy in lichens

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    36. Rodrigues, MA; dos Santos, CP; Yoneshigue-Valentin, Y; Strbac, D; Hall, DO
      Photosynthetic light-response curves and photoinhibition of the deep-waterLaminaria abyssalis and the intertidal Laminaria digitata (Phaeophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    37. Gordon, RJ; Percival, DC
      Seasonal patterns of photosynthesis and stomatal conductance in lowbush blueberry plants managed in a two-year production cycle

      HORTSCIENCE
    38. Komitov, L; Ruslim, C; Ichimura, K
      Light-controlled electro-optic response in a ferroelectric liquid crystal with sign reversal of the spontaneous polarization P-S

      FERROELECTRICS
    39. Yoko, T; Hattori, T; Kozuka, H; Zhao, GL; Lin, H
      Preparation and photoelectrochemical properties of TiO2 films consisting of monodispersed particles by sol-gel method

      MOLECULAR CRYSTALS AND LIQUID CRYSTALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SECTION A-MOLECULAR CRYSTALS AND LIQUID CRYSTALS
    40. Kudo, A; Sekizawa, M
      Photocatalytic H-2 evolution under visible light irradiation on Zn1-xCuxS solid solution

      CATALYSIS LETTERS
    41. Worgotter, F; Suder, K; Funke, K
      The dynamic spatio-temporal behavior of visual responses in thalamus and cortex

      RESTORATIVE NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
    42. Cordero, RA
      Ecophysiology of Cecropia schreberiana saplings in two wind regimes in an elfin cloud forest: growth, gas exchange, architecture and stem biomechanics

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Ishida, K; Ungusparkorn, C; Hida, H; Aihara, N; Ida, K; Nishino, H
      Argyrophilic dark neurons distribute with a different pattern in the brainafter over hours treadmill running and swimming in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    44. Maleszewski, S; Burchacka, E; Rakus, M; Kozlowska-Szerenos, B
      Stomatal responses of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) leaves to changing irradiance, air humidity, and water potential of root medium

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    45. Stortkuhl, KF; Hovemann, BT; Carlson, JR
      Olfactory adaptation depends on the trp Ca2+ channel in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    46. Kadota, A; Wada, M
      Red light-aphototropic (rap) mutants lack red light-induced chloroplast relocation movement in the fern Adiantum capillus-veneris

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    47. Li, B; Funke, K; Worgotter, F; Eysel, UT
      Correlated variations in EEG pattern and visual responsiveness of cat lateral geniculate relay cells

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    48. Brodsky, MC
      Dissociated vertical divergence - A righting reflex gone wrong

      ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    49. Tucic, B; Tomic, V; Avramov, S; Pemac, D
      Testing the adaptive plasticity of Iris pumila leaf traits to natural light conditions using phenotypic selection analysis

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    50. KIERNAN JA; MACPHERSON CM; PRICE A; SUN T
      A HISTOCHEMICAL EXAMINATION OF THE STAINING OF KAINATE-INDUCED NEURONAL DEGENERATION BY ANIONIC DYES

      Biotechnic & histochemistry
    51. KUDO A; UEDA K; KATO H; MIKAMI I
      PHOTOCATALYTIC O-2 EVOLUTION UNDER VISIBLE-LIGHT IRRADIATION ON BIVO4IN AQUEOUS AGNO3 SOLUTION

      Catalysis letters
    52. SCOTT K; ZUKER C
      TRP, TRPL AND TROUBLE IN PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    53. LUND RD; LAWRENCE JM; VILLEGASPEREZ MP; LITCHFIELD TM; SAUVE Y; WHITELEY SJO; COFFEY PJ
      RETINAL DEGENERATION AND TRANSPLANTATION IN THE ROYAL-COLLEGE OF SURGEONS RAT

      Eye
    54. Silva, J; Santos, R; Serodio, J; Melo, RA
      Light response curves for Gelidium sesquipedale from different depths, determined by two methods: O-2 evolution and chlorophyll fluorescence

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    55. LEWY AJ; BAUER VK; AHMED S; THOMAS KH; CUTLER NL; SINGER CM; MOFFIT MT; SACK RL
      THE HUMAN PHASE RESPONSE CURVE (PRC) TO MELATONIN IS ABOUT 12 HOURS OUT-OF-PHASE WITH THE PRC TO LIGHT

      Chronobiology international
    56. BECKER RL; FAWCETT RS
      SEASONAL CARBOHYDRATE FLUCTUATIONS IN HEMP DOGBANE (APOCYNUM-CANNABINUM) CROWN ROOTS

      Weed science
    57. WORGOTTER F; NELLE E; LI B; FUNKE K
      THE INFLUENCE OF CORTICOFUGAL FEEDBACK ON THE TEMPORAL STRUCTURE OF VISUAL RESPONSES OF CAT THALAMIC RELAY CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    58. DAVIES SJ
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF 9 PIONEER MACARANGA SPECIES FROM BORNEO IN RELATIONTO LIFE-HISTORY

      Ecology
    59. YANG JH; MAPLE B; GAO F; MAGUIRE G; WU SM
      POSTSYNAPTIC RESPONSES OF HORIZONTAL CELLS IN THE TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA ARE MEDIATED BY AMPA-PREFERRING RECEPTORS

      Brain research
    60. OBERBAUER SF; NOUDALI M
      POTENTIAL CARBON GAIN OF SHINGLE LEAVES IN JUVENILES OF THE VINE MONSTERA-TENUIS (ARACEAE) IN COSTA-RICA

      American journal of botany
    61. KAZDA M; WAGNER C; PICHLER M; HAGER H
      LIGHT UTILIZATION POTENTIAL OF QUERCUS-PETRAEA, FAGUS-SYLVATICA AND ACER-PSEUDOPLATANUS IN THE YEAR OF ADVANCED PLANTING

      Allgemeine Forst- und Jagdzeitung
    62. Awang, M; Abdullah, AM; Furukawa, A
      Photosynthetic light environment of tropical lowland forest and growth response of Shorea leprosula

      ENVIRONMENTAL FOREST SCIENCE
    63. FRANKLIN LA; FORSTER RM
      THE CHANGING IRRADIANCE ENVIRONMENT - CONSEQUENCES FOR MARINE MACROPHYTE PHYSIOLOGY, PRODUCTIVITY AND ECOLOGY

      European journal of phycology
    64. HAGA K; IINO M
      THE SHORT-TERM GROWTH-STIMULATION INDUCED BY EXTERNAL SUPPLY OF IAA IN INTERNODES OF INTACT PEA-SEEDLINGS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    65. NORBERG J; DEANGELIS D
      TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON STOCKS AND STABILITY OF A PHYTOPLANKTON-ZOOPLANKTON MODEL AND THE DEPENDENCE ON LIGHT AND NUTRIENTS

      Ecological modelling
    66. MAREK MV; SPRTOVA M; KALINA J
      THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC IRRADIANCE-RESPONSE OF NORWAY SPRUCE EXPOSED TO A LONG-TERM ELEVATION OF CO2 CONCENTRATION

      Photosynthetica
    67. DAI T; WIEGERT RG
      A FIELD-STUDY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC CAPACITY AND ITS RESPONSE TO NITROGEN-FERTILIZATION IN SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    68. TOTH Z; HOLLRIGEL GS; GORCS T; SOLTESZ I
      INSTANTANEOUS PERTURBATION OF DENTATE INTERNEURONAL NETWORKS BY A PRESSURE WAVE-TRANSIENT DELIVERED TO THE NEOCORTEX

      The Journal of neuroscience
    69. TALLONBAUDRY C; BERTRAND O; DELPUECH C; PERNIER J
      OSCILLATORY GAMMA-BAND (30-70 HZ) ACTIVITY-INDUCED BY A VISUAL-SEARCHTASK IN HUMANS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    70. STOCKER R; LEADLEY PW; KORNER C
      CARBON AND WATER FLUXES IN A CALCAREOUS GRASSLAND UNDER ELEVATED CO2

      Functional ecology
    71. KELLOMAKI S; WANG KY
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED O-3 AND CO2 ON CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE AND GAS-EXCHANGE IN SCOTS PINE DURING THE 3RD GROWING-SEASON

      Environmental pollution
    72. CZURKO A; TOTH Z; DOCZI T; GALLYAS F
      INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE WAVES GENERATED BY HIGH-ENERGY SHORT LASER-PULSES CAN CAUSE MORPHOLOGICAL DAMAGE IN REMOTE AREAS - COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF 2.1-MU-M HO-YAG AND 1.06-MU-M ND-YAG LASER IRRADIATIONS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Lasers in surgery and medicine
    73. FOX DA; CAMPBELL ML; BLOCKER YS
      FUNCTIONAL ALTERATIONS AND APOPTOTIC CELL-DEATH IN THE RETINA FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENTAL OR ADULT LEAD-EXPOSURE

      Neurotoxicology
    74. LERDAU M; KELLER M
      CONTROLS ON ISOPRENE EMISSION FROM TREES IN A SUBTROPICAL DRY FOREST

      Plant, cell and environment
    75. SHIMAZAKI K; TONAINAGA M; SHIGENAGA A
      INHIBITION OF THE STOMATAL BLUE-LIGHT RESPONSE BY VERAPAMIL AT HIGH-CONCENTRATION

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    76. TALLMAN G; ZHU JX; MAWSON BT; AMODEO G; NOUHI Z; LEVY K; ZEIGER E
      INDUCTION OF CAM IN MESEMBRYANTHEMUM-CRYSTALLINUM ABOLISHES THE STOMATAL RESPONSE TO BLUE-LIGHT AND LIGHT-DEPENDENT ZEAXANTHIN FORMATION INGUARD-CELL CHLOROPLASTS

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    77. LANDHAUSSER SM; STADT KJ; LIEFFERS VJ
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC STRATEGIES OF SUMMERGREEN AND EVERGREEN UNDERSTORY HERBS OF THE BOREAL MIXEDWOOD FOREST

      Oecologia
    78. BRODRIBB T; HILL RS
      LIGHT RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS OF A MORPHOLOGICALLY DIVERSE GROUP OF SOUTHERN-HEMISPHERE CONIFERS AS MEASURED BY CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE

      Oecologia
    79. NILAWATI J; GREENBERG BM; SMITH REH
      INFLUENCE OF ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION ON GROWTH AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF 2 COLD OCEAN DIATOMS

      Journal of phycology
    80. ULLEN F; DELIAGINA TG; ORLOVSKY GN; GRILLNER S
      VISUAL PATHWAYS FOR POSTURAL CONTROL AND NEGATIVE PHOTOTAXIS IN LAMPREY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    81. DUNNMEYNELL AA; LEVIN BE
      HISTOLOGICAL MARKERS OF NEURONAL, AXONAL AND ASTROCYTIC CHANGES AFTERLATERAL RIGID IMPACT TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Brain research
    82. MUNTZ WRA; PARTRIDGE JC; WILLIAMS SR; JACKSON C
      SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY IN THE GUPPY (POECILIA-RETICULATA) MEASURED USING THE DORSAL LIGHT RESPONSE

      Marine and freshwater behaviour and physiology
    83. FUNKE K; NELLE E; LI B; WORGOTTER F
      CORTICOFUGAL FEEDBACK IMPROVES THE TIMING OF RETINOGENICULATE SIGNAL TRANSMISSION

      NeuroReport
    84. ULLEN F; DELIAGINA TG; ORLOVSKY GN; GRILLNER S
      VISUAL POTENTIATION OF VESTIBULAR RESPONSES IN LAMPREY RETICULOSPINALNEURONS

      European journal of neuroscience
    85. TAYLOR WR
      RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF LONG-RANGE AXON-BEARING AMACRINE CELLS IN THE DARK-ADAPTED RABBIT RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    86. BRANDSTATTER R; HERMANN A
      GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID ENHANCES THE LIGHT RESPONSE OF GANGLION-CELLSIN THE TROUT PINEAL ORGAN

      Neuroscience letters
    87. WANG KY
      APPARENT QUANTUM YIELD IN SCOTS PINE AFTER 4 YEARS OF EXPOSURE TO ELEVATED-TEMPERATURE AND CO2

      Photosynthetica
    88. VEENENDAAL EM; SWAINE MD; LECHA RT; WALSH MF; ABEBRESE IK; OWUSUAFRIYIE K
      RESPONSES OF WEST-AFRICAN FOREST TREE SEEDLINGS TO IRRADIANCE AND SOIL FERTILITY

      Functional ecology
    89. BYNKE H; BYNKE G; ROSENBERG T
      IS LEBERS HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY A RETINAL DISORDER

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    90. KRIVOSHEEVA A; TAO DL; OTTANDER C; WINGSLE G; DUBE SL; OQUIST G
      COLD-ACCLIMATION AND PHOTOINHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN SCOTS PINE

      Planta
    91. POOT P; PILON J; PENS TL
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF LEAVES OF MALE-STERILE AND HERMAPHRODITE SEX TYPES OF PLANTAGO-LANCEOLATA GROWN UNDER CONDITIONS OF CONTRASTING NITROGEN AND LIGHT AVAILABILITIES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    92. ROBERTS JE
      VISIBLE-LIGHT INDUCED CHANGES IN THE IMMUNE-RESPONSE THROUGH AN EYE-BRAIN MECHANISM (PHOTONEUROIMMUNOLOGY)

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    93. TAYLOR WR; WASSLE H
      RECEPTIVE-FIELD PROPERTIES OF STARBURST CHOLINERGIC AMACRINE CELLS INTHE RABBIT RETINA

      European journal of neuroscience
    94. GALLAND P; AMON S; SENGER H; RUSSO VEA
      BLUE-LIGHT RECEPTION IN PHYCOMYCES - RED-LIGHT SENSITIZATION IN MADC MUTANTS

      Botanica acta
    95. COLEMAN MD; ISEBRANDS JG; DICKSON RE; KARNOSKY DF
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC PRODUCTIVITY OF ASPEN CLONES VARYING IN SENSITIVITY TOTROPOSPHERIC OZONE

      Tree physiology
    96. LAITAT E; BOUSSARD H
      COMPARATIVE RESPONSE ON GAS-EXCHANGE OF PICEA SPP EXPOSED TO INCREASED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 IN OPEN-TOP CHAMBERS AT 2 TEST SITES

      Journal of biogeography
    97. ALLISON LA; MALIGA P
      LIGHT-RESPONSIVE AND TRANSCRIPTION-ENHANCING ELEMENTS REGULATE THE PLASTID PSBD CORE PROMOTER

      EMBO journal
    98. ZHU JX; ZEIGER R; ZEIGER E
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF THE COLEOPTILE CHLOROPLAST - PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTOSENSORY TRANSDUCTION

      Photosynthesis research
    99. HIKOSAKA K; TERASHIMA I
      A MODEL OF THE ACCLIMATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE LEAVES OF C-3 PLANTS TO SUN AND SHADE WITH RESPECT TO NITROGEN USE

      Plant, cell and environment
    100. TERASHIMA I; HIKOSAKA K
      COMPARATIVE ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF LEAF AND CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Plant, cell and environment


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