+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Control of leaf carbon assimilation - input of chemical energy into ecosystems

Control of leaf carbon assimilation - input of chemical energy into ecosystems

Potentials and limitations of ecosystem analysis Ecological studies 61: 149-163

Control of C assimilation by the single leaf through internal and external factors is discussed using examples from various crops and wild plants. Photosynthetic performance of plants under natural conditions, the types of internal and external factors which determine leaf C gain and CO2 exchange of leaves. Leaf net photosynthesis is shown to be a complicated process influenced and regulated by many diverse factors.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 001554601

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

Related references

An assimilation chamber for rapid leaf sampling and a gas switching system for control of carbon di oxide and carbon 14 carbon di oxide supply. Photosynthetica (Prague) 11(3): 322-326, 1977

The influence of leaf age leaf position and sinks on the rate of export and partition of carbon 14 at different stages of development following assimilation of carbon 14 di oxide by a single leaf of vicia faba. Journal of Horticultural Science 56(1): 55-63, 1981

Environmental control of carbon di oxide assimilation and leaf conductance in larix decidua 1. a comparison of contrasting natural environments. Oecologia (Berlin) 50(1): 54-61, 1981

Mitochondria-driven changes in leaf NAD status exert a crucial influence on the control of nitrate assimilation and the integration of carbon and nitrogen metabolism. Plant Physiology 139(1): 64-78, 2005

Is photosynthetic acclimation to free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) related to a strong competition for the assimilatory power between carbon assimilation and nitrogen assimilation in rice leaf?. Photosynthetica (Prague) 45(1): 85-91, 2007

4 carbon pathway photosynthetic carbon metabolism in the leaves of aromatic tropical grasses 1. leaf anatomy carbon di oxide compensation point and carbon di oxide assimilation. Photosynthesis Research 2(4): 225-234, 1981

Influence of climatic change on soil quality consequences of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration on carbon input and turnover in agro ecosystems. Goudriaan, J , H Van Keulen And H H Van Laar (Ed ) The Greenhouse Effect And Primary Productivity in European Agro-Ecosystems; International Workshop on Primary Productivity Of European Agriculture And The Greenhouse Effect, Wageningen, Netherlands, April 5-10, Vi+90p Centre For Agricultural Publishing And Documentation (Pudoc): Wageningen, Netherlands Illus Maps Paper 46-47, 1990

An appraisal of ear leaf and stem carbon 14 labeled carbon dioxide assimilation carbon 14 assimilate distribution and growth in a reproductive seed crop of amenity lolium perenne cultivar royal. Annals of Applied Biology 105(2): 319-328, 1984

Studies on the assimilation and translocation of carbon 14 di oxide in ladino clover part 5 relation between leaf age and ability of assimilation and translocation. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 40(4): 468-473, 1971

Effect of nitrogen input on assimilation of reserve nitrates of the leaf under different wheat cultivation conditions. Agrokhimiya (6): 59-65, 2002

Environmental control of carbon dioxide assimilation rate and leaf conductance in two species of the tropical rain forest of french guiana jacaranda copaia d don and eperua falcata aubl. Annales des Sciences Forestieres (Paris) 46(SUPPL): 443S-447S, 1989

The pattern of distribution of carbon in a potted apple rootstock following assimilation of carbon dioxide by a single leaf. A.R. E. Malling Res. Stat. 1965. A48: 117-18. bibl. 8, 1965

Elementary chemical composition carbon hydrogen nitrogen and energy equivalent of acartia clausi crustacea copepoda an important species in the bioenergetics of the coastal ecosystems of the northwest mediterranean. Marine Biology (Berlin) 95(1): 115-122, 1987

Carbon assimilation pathways in sulfate reducing bacteria formate carbon dioxide carbon monoxide and acetate assimilation by desulfovibrio baarsii. Archives of Microbiology 138(3): 257-262, 1984

The influence of leaf position and defoliation on the assimilation and translocation of carbon in white clover (Trifolium repens L.). I. Carbon distribution patterns. Annals of botany 67(4): 295-302, 1991