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Cardinal temperature ranges for photosynthesis and threshold temperatures for leaf survival in different spermatophytes. III. Temperature dependence and optimum temperature range for net photosynthesis



Cardinal temperature ranges for photosynthesis and threshold temperatures for leaf survival in different spermatophytes. III. Temperature dependence and optimum temperature range for net photosynthesis



Flora, Jena. 158 B: 6, 608-30



cf. F.A. 30 No. 3658.) Studies were continued on species from four different thermal regions, to find their optimum temperatures, i.e. the temperature range within which 90% of maximum photosynthesis takes place. In the species studied, except Citrus limonum, net photosynthesis rises with increasing temperature to a peak and then falls. When light is increased, the optimum shifts by a few degrees into the higher temperature range.

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