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Temperature Response Of Bundle-sheath Conductance In Maize Leaves

X. Yin, P. E. L. van der Putten, S. Driever, P. Struik
Published 2016 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Highlight Bundle-sheath conductance, g bs , is commonly assumed to be independent of temperature. We report that temperature response of maize g bs followed a peaked or non-peaked Arrhenius equation, triggering further investigations on this response.
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