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Growth response oi orchard-grass (Dactylis glomerata L.) to different light and temperature environments. II. Leaf age and photosynthetic activity



Growth response oi orchard-grass (Dactylis glomerata L.) to different light and temperature environments. II. Leaf age and photosynthetic activity



Crop Sci 8: 441-45



Boone grown at 29 degrees day/21 degrees C. night temperatures had a much higher rate of apparent photosynthesis (PR) when measured at 29 degrees than at 21 degrees C., whereas for plants grown at 21 degrees day/ 13 degrees C. night temperatures the leaves showed no increase in PR with rise in the temperature of measurement. Plants of S132 grown in both temperature regimes showed a significant increase in PR when the temperature of measurements was raised from 21 to 29 degrees C.

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