Elevated CO2 effects on mesophyll conductance and its consequences for interpreting photosynthetic physiology

@inproceedings{Singsaas2004ElevatedCE,
  title={Elevated CO2 effects on mesophyll conductance and its consequences for interpreting photosynthetic physiology},
  author={Eric L. Singsaas and Donald R Ort and Evan H. DeLucia},
  year={2004}
}
Mesophyll conductance ( g m ) generally correlates with pho- tosynthetic capacity, although the causal relationship between the two is unclear. The response of g m to various CO 2 regimes was measured to determine its relationship to environmental changes that affect photosynthesis. The overall effect of CO 2 growth environment on g m was species and experiment dependent. The data did not statistically differ from the previously shown A - g m relationship and was unaffected by CO 2 treatment… CONTINUE READING

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