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Evaluating a new method to estimate the rate of leaf respiration in the light by analysis of combined gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence measurements
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The Rd estimates by the new method were consistently somewhat higher than those by the Kok method, because using CF data corrects for errors due to any non-linearity between A and irradiance of the used data range.
Using a biochemical C4 photosynthesis model and combined gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence measurements to estimate bundle-sheath conductance of maize leaves differing in age and nitrogen
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Bundle-sheath conductance (g(bs) , based on combined measurements of gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence on fully expanded leaves of three different ages of maize plants grown under two contrasting nitrogen levels, was higher than expected, meaning less efficient CCM, and the calculated loss due to photorespiration was still low for high-nitrogen leaves.
Effects of Continuous Tomato Monoculture on Soil Microbial Properties and Enzyme Activities in a Solar Greenhouse
Soil-related obstacles resulting from continuous monoculture have limited the sustainable development of the tomato industry in China. An experiment on tomatoes with seven continuous monoculture
Modeling of Natural Ventilation Using a Hierarchical Fuzzy Control System for a New Energy-Saving Solar Greenhouse
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This work studies a hierarchical fuzzy control method and uses simple fuzzy logic controllers to control the coordination and opening angles of a new energy-saving solar greenhouse roof and sidewall ventilation, reducing temperature fluctuations and maintained temperature closer to desired temperature than a non-fuzzy control method.
[Regulation effect of calcium and salicylic acid on defense enzyme activities in tomato leaves under sub-high temperature stress].
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Results showed that Ca2+ and SA had positive regulation effect on the defense enzyme activities in tomato leaves, which could protect the photosynthetic system of tomato under the sub-high temperature stress to a certain degree.
Sub-high Temperature and High Light Intensity Induced Irreversible Inhibition on Photosynthesis System of Tomato Plant (Solanum lycopersicum L.)
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The results showed that with prolonged stress time, net photosynthetic rate (Pn), Rubisco activity, maximal photochemistry efficiency (Fv/Fm), efficient quantum yield and electron transport of PSII and PSI decreased significantly whereas yield of non-regulated and regulated energy dissipation of PSI [Y(NO) and Y(NPQ)] increased sharply.
Vermicompost can suppress Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici via generation of beneficial bacteria in a long-term tomato monoculture soil
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This study provides a mechanistic framework that permits the exploration of specific functions at lower taxonomic levels in the management of crop pathogens via promotion of beneficial organisms, and vermicompost was the most effective organic fertilizer to suppress Fol in long-term continuous tomato cropping soil.
Response of linear and cyclic electron flux to moderate high temperature and high light stress in tomato
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The protective effects of CEF and LEF were mediated to a certain degree by meliorations in energy absorption and distribution as well as by maintenance of thylakoid membrane integrity and ATPase activity.
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