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Studies on photosynthetic and respiratory characteristics in warm season and cool season turf grasses



Studies on photosynthetic and respiratory characteristics in warm season and cool season turf grasses



Korean Journal of Weed Science 15(2): 166-174



The cause of summer depression of turfgrass growth was investigated using 9 warm season cultivars and 28 cool season cultivars. Apparent photosynthesis (APS) of warm season cultivars was in the range 8.44-17.70 mg CO2 g-1h-1; the optimum temperature for APS was 30 degrees C. APS of cool season cultivars was in the range 4.97-13.82 mg CO2 g-1h-1; the optimum temperature for APS was 25 degrees.

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