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Lability of the photosynthetic reaction in plants of the taiga



Lability of the photosynthetic reaction in plants of the taiga



Lesovedenie (5): 92-94



In Picea abies communities in the USSR plants of the herbaceous layer utilize solar energy less efficiently than the spruce layer. Lability of the photosynthetic reaction in Oxalis acetosella L. is 7-10 times less than in spruce. For this reason in the space-time heterogeneity of illumination beneath the forest canopy, plants of the herbaceous layer are not able to fully utilize the energy of sunlight patches and of semi-shadow.

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