First steps toward standardizing dynamic light regimes for the quantitative study of light-controlled growth in shade-limiting water columns

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The diurnal solar cycle is the single most common influential variable for algae growing in a natural environment. In spite of its importance, relatively few laboratory studies have been directed towards photophysiological responses to dynamic irradiance regimes. Further, most of these studies have utilized optically thin cultures. However, phycological… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10811-016-0901-9

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