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Can phosphate limit photosynthetic carbon assimilation in vivo



Can phosphate limit photosynthetic carbon assimilation in vivo



Physiologie Vegetale 23(5): 829-841



Inorganic phosphate levels in spinach and barley were manipulated by growing the plants in nutrient solutions containing different phosphate concentrations or by feeding the phosphate sequestering sugars D-mannose, 2-deoxyglycose or glucosamine. The effects of these treatments on different aspects of the photosynthetic process were followed by measuring chlorophyll fluorescence and by infrared gas analysis.

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