Growth at Low Temperature Mimics High-Light Acclimation in Chlorella vulgaris.

@article{Maxwell1994GrowthAL,
  title={Growth at Low Temperature Mimics High-Light Acclimation in Chlorella vulgaris.},
  author={Denis P. Maxwell and Stefan Falk and Charles G. Trick and NPA. Huner},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={105 2},
  pages={535-543}
}
Structural and functional alterations to the photosynthetic apparatus after growth at low temperature (5[deg]C) were investigated in the green alga Chlorella vulgaris Beijer. Cells grown at 5[deg]C had a 2-fold higher ratio of chlorophyll a/b, 5-fold lower chlorophyll content, and an increased xanthophyll content compared to cells grown at 27[deg]C even though growth irradiance was kept constant at 150 [mu]mol m-2 s-1. Concomitant with the increase in the chlorophyll a/b ratio was a lower… CONTINUE READING
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