High internal resistance to CO2 uptake by submerged macrophytes that use HCO3 −: measurements in air, nitrogen and helium

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Previous studies have shown that in water the affinity of submerged macrophytes for CO2 is higher for species restricted to CO2 than for species with an additional ability to use bicarbonate. We measured slopes of CO2 uptake versus CO2 concentration in the gas phase in air, nitrogen and helium for pairs of species, having or lacking the ability to use… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1025813515956

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@article{Madsen2003HighIR, title={High internal resistance to CO2 uptake by submerged macrophytes that use HCO3 −: measurements in air, nitrogen and helium}, author={Tom Vindb{\ae}k Madsen and Stephen C. Maberly}, journal={Photosynthesis Research}, year={2003}, volume={77}, pages={183-190} }