• Biology
  • Published 2006

CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE PARAMETERS AND CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT IN MANGROVE SPECIES GROWN IN DIFFERENT SALINITY

@inproceedings{Panda2006CHLOROPHYLLFP,
  title={CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE PARAMETERS AND CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT IN MANGROVE SPECIES GROWN IN DIFFERENT SALINITY},
  author={Debabrata Panda and Preeti Krishna Dash and Nabin Kumar Dhal and Niranjan Rout},
  year={2006}
}
Summary . Leaf chlorophyll fluorescence parameters as well as chlorophyllcontent were compared in three dominant mangrove species grown in twozones with different salinity in the Bhitarakanika National Park. The accu-mulation of dry matter and chlorophyll content in leaves decreased underhigh saline conditions. Quantification and de-convolution of chlorophyll fluo-rescence transient into several phenomenological and biophysical param-eters (JIP-test) revealed that maximum fluorescence (Fm… CONTINUE READING

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