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Photosynthetic Response And Adaptation To Temperature In Higher Plants

J. Berry, O. Björkman
Published 1980 · Biology

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INTRODUCTION 492 ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC TEMPERATURE ADAPTATION 493 Photosynthetic Temperature Dependence in Thermally Contrasting Climates ........ 493 Photosynthetic Temperature Acclimation 497 Seasonal acclimation in natural habitats ...... ....... 497 Studies in controlled environments 499 THE MECHANISTIC BASIS FOR PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSE AND ADAPTATION TO TEMPERATURE 504 Reversible Temperature Respon.ses 505 Stomata! effec� o� the . temJH!.rature response 0/ photo.rynthesis ......... ....... 505 Interacttons with /lght mtenslty 507 C, photo.rynthesis (lM photorespiration 507 C, photo.rynthesis 515 Comparison 0/ plants from contrasting thermol regimes ...... ...... 517 ["eversible Temperature Respon.ses 519 Low temperature sensitMty ....... 519 High temperature sensitivity 524 Adoptive responses in the heat stability 0/ the photosynthetic apparatus 530 CONCLUDING REMARKS 532
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