Effects of CO2 concentration during growth and of ethoxyzolamide on CO2 compensation point in Chlorella

@article{Tsuzuki1979EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of CO2 concentration during growth and of ethoxyzolamide on CO2 compensation point in Chlorella},
  author={M. Tsuzuki and S. Miyachi},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={1979},
  volume={103}
}
Gzlorella vulgaris 3 lh cells grown with ordinary air (containing 400 ppm COz) (low-CO* cells) were found [ 13 to have a much higher photosynthetic COz affinity than those grown with air enriched with -2% CQz (high-CO* cells). Simik3r changes in the affinity for CO2 resulting from the difference in the CO, concentration during growth have been reported for Scetzede~?tz~s obliquus [2], ~iartrydomot?asreinliardPii [33 and Ambaena voriabilis [4]. COz concentration during growth hai been shown not… Expand

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