Controls on seasonal patterns of maximum ecosystem carbon uptake and canopy-scale photosynthetic light response: contributions from both temperature and photoperiod

@article{Stoy2013ControlsOS,
  title={Controls on seasonal patterns of maximum ecosystem carbon uptake and canopy-scale photosynthetic light response: contributions from both temperature and photoperiod},
  author={Paul C. Stoy and Amy M. Trowbridge and William L. Bauerle},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={119},
  pages={49-64}
}
Most models of photosynthetic activity assume that temperature is the dominant control over physiological processes. Recent studies have found, however, that photoperiod is a better descriptor than temperature of the seasonal variability of photosynthetic physiology at the leaf scale. Incorporating photoperiodic control into global models consequently improves their representation of the seasonality and magnitude of atmospheric CO2 concentration. The role of photoperiod versus that of… CONTINUE READING
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