Growth, photosynthesis and acclimation by two submerged macrophytes in relation to temperature

@article{Madsen1997GrowthPA,
  title={Growth, photosynthesis and acclimation by two submerged macrophytes in relation to temperature},
  author={Tom Vindb{\ae}k Madsen and Hans Brix},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1997},
  volume={110},
  pages={320-327}
}
In this study we examine the influence of temperature on growth, photosynthetic performance and acclimation of two submerged macrophyte species, Elodea canadensis L.C. Rich and Ranunculus aquatilis (L.) Wimmer. The plants were grown at 5, 10 and 15°C and a photon flux density of 300 μmol m−2 s−1 (PAR) in a medium with an alkalinity of 0.85 meq l−1 bubbled with atmospheric air containing 400 ppm CO2. In general, growth rates of both species increased with temperature with a Q 10 varying from 2.3… CONTINUE READING
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