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

Potentials and limitations of ecosystem analysis Ecological studies 61: 149-163
Control of leaf carbon assimilation - input of chemical energy into ecosystems
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.

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