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Effects of carbon dioxide on the physiology and biochemistry of photosynthesis in soybean



Effects of carbon dioxide on the physiology and biochemistry of photosynthesis in soybean



Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 48(4): 938B



Following growth in outdoor growth chambers at 330 (atmospheric concn) or 660 micro l CO2/litre, soyabean leaflet photosynthetic rates were always greater for the elevated CO2-grown plants when measured over a wide range of CO2 concn. This enhanced capacity for photosynthesis was possibly a result of changes in internal leaf anatomy, or to greater assimilate demand, or both, in the high CO2-grown plants.

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