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A mathematical model for leaf and canopy photosynthesis under different levels of irradiance and CO2 concentration



A mathematical model for leaf and canopy photosynthesis under different levels of irradiance and CO2 concentration



Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (82-4578): 14 pp



A basic approach to simulation of plant water use and crop yield is by integration of leaf net photosynthesis in the crop canopy. This model describes the "double saturation" relationship between photosynthesis, irradiance and CO2 concentration. It can also describe the low responses of photosynthesis to irradiance at low light intensities.

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