Effects of carbonyl sulfide and carbonic anhydrase on stomatal conductance.

  title={Effects of carbonyl sulfide and carbonic anhydrase on stomatal conductance.},
  author={Keren Stimler and Joseph A. Berry and Dan Yakir},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  volume={158 1},
The potential use of carbonyl sulfide (COS) as tracer of CO(2) flux into the land biosphere stimulated research on COS interactions with leaves during gas exchange. We carried out leaf gas-exchange measurements of COS and CO(2) in 22 plant species representing deciduous and evergreen trees, grasses, and shrubs, under a range of light intensities, using mid-infrared laser spectroscopy. A narrow range in the normalized ratio of the net uptake rates of COS (A(s)) and CO(2) (A(c)), leaf relative… CONTINUE READING
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