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Relationship between photosystem II activity and CO2 fixation in leaves

, : Relationship between photosystem II activity and CO2 fixation in leaves. Physiologia Plantarum 86(1): 180-187

A simple procedure is described for estimating non-cyclic electron transport rates in vivo from fluorescence measurements.

Accession: 002477919

DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1992.tb01328.x

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