Chlorophyll a Fluorescence and Photosynthetic and Growth Responses of Pinus radiata to Phosphorus Deficiency, Drought Stress, and High CO(2).

@article{Conroy1986ChlorophyllAF,
  title={Chlorophyll a Fluorescence and Photosynthetic and Growth Responses of Pinus radiata to Phosphorus Deficiency, Drought Stress, and High CO(2).},
  author={J. P. Conroy and Robert M. Smillie and Manfred K{\"u}ppers and D I Bevege and Edward William R. Barlow},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={81 2},
  pages={423-9}
}
Needles from phosphorus deficient seedlings of Pinus radiata D. Don grown for 8 weeks at either 330 or 660 microliters CO(2) per liter displayed chlorophyll a fluorescence induction kinetics characteristic of structural changes within the thylakoid chloroplast membrane, i.e. constant yield fluorescence (F(O)) was increased and induced fluorescence ([F(P)-F(I)]/F(O)) was reduced. The effect was greatest in the undroughted plants grown at 660 mul CO(2) L(-1). By week 22 at 330 mul CO(2) L(-1… CONTINUE READING

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