Cyanide-resistant respiration in photosynthetic organs of freshwater aquatic plants.

@article{AzcnBieto1987CyanideresistantRI,
  title={Cyanide-resistant respiration in photosynthetic organs of freshwater aquatic plants.},
  author={J Azc{\'o}n-Bieto and Jes{\'u}s Murillo and Josep Pe{\~n}uelas},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={84 3},
  pages={701-6}
}
THE RATE AND SENSITIVITY TO INHIBITORS (KCN AND SALICYLHYDROXAMIC ACID[SHAM]) OF RESPIRATORY OXYGEN UPTAKE HAS BEEN INVESTIGATED IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC ORGANS OF SEVERAL FRESHWATER AQUATIC PLANT SPECIES: six angiosperms, two bryophytes, and an alga. The oxygen uptake rates on a dry weight basis of angiosperm leaves were generally higher than those of the corresponding stems. Leaves also had a higher chlorophyll content than stems. Respiration of leaves and stems of aquatic angiosperms was generally… CONTINUE READING
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