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Effects of frost hardening on photosynthetic quantum yield, chlorophyll organization, and energy distribution between the two photosystems in Scots pine



Effects of frost hardening on photosynthetic quantum yield, chlorophyll organization, and energy distribution between the two photosystems in Scots pine



Canadian Journal of Botany 64(4): 748-753



Seedlings with only primary needles were frost hardened under a photoperiod of 8 h and at a temp. of 4 degrees C for 6-9 wk. Frost hardening had no significant effects on either the photosynthetic quantum yield measured at 23-25 degrees or the energy distribution between the two photosystems as analysed by fluorescence spectroscopy at 77K.

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