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Differences in photosynthetic rate among leaves in equivalent positions on the main stem and tillers of rice



Differences in photosynthetic rate among leaves in equivalent positions on the main stem and tillers of rice



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 60(3): 413-420



In pot trials with rice Nipponbare, there was little difference in photosynthetic rate between leaves on the main stem and those which expanded at the same time on tillers when measured immediately after full expansion. At 2-3 weeks after full expansion the rate in leaves on the main stem was greater than that on the primary tillers. The rate of aging was greater in leaves on primary tillers than those on the main stem and was greater in tillers from higher nodes.

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