Ammonia Flux between Oilseed Rape Plants and the Atmosphere in Response to Changes in Leaf Temperature, Light Intensity, and Air Humidity (Interactions with Leaf Conductance and Apoplastic NH4+ and H+ Concentrations).

@article{Husted1996AmmoniaFB,
  title={Ammonia Flux between Oilseed Rape Plants and the Atmosphere in Response to Changes in Leaf Temperature, Light Intensity, and Air Humidity (Interactions with Leaf Conductance and Apoplastic NH4+ and H+ Concentrations).},
  author={Soeren Husted and Jan Kofod Schjoerring},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={112 1},
  pages={
          67-74
        }
}
NH3 exchange between oilseed rape (Brassica napus) plants and the atmosphere was examined at realistic ambient NH3 levels under controlled environmental conditions. Different leaf conductances to NH3 diffusion were obtained by changing leaf temperature (10 to 40[deg]C), light intensity (0 to 600 [mu]mol m-2 s-1), and air humidity (20 to 80%), respectively. NH3 adsorption to the cuticle with subsequent NH3 transport through the epidermis had no significant effect on the uptake of atmospheric NH3… CONTINUE READING

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