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C4 - C3 biochemistry in relation to deserts

C4 - C3 biochemistry in relation to deserts

Conference report of the American Society of Plant Physiologists, 1983 The biology of desert plants: opportunities and needs for basic research: 24-25

The predominance of C4 grass spp. compared with C3 spp. in desert areas of Australia was attributed to higher photosynthetic activity at light saturation, higher water use efficiency, more effective use of N and increased efficiency (in terms of quantum yield) at temp. above 25 degrees C.

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