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Photosynthesis, transpiration and some optical properties of detached bean leaves



Photosynthesis, transpiration and some optical properties of detached bean leaves



Izv. Timirjazev. sel'.-hoz. Akad, 2, 13-21. bibl. 60



Severing the vascular system of leaves generally led to a short term activation of the apparent photosynthesis intensity both in fluorescent light (400-800 nm.) and in the blue-green spectral region (340-620 nm.). Transpiration showed a similar response to leaf severance.

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