Importance of leaf anatomy in determining mesophyll diffusion conductance to CO2 across species: quantitative limitations and scaling up by models

@inproceedings{Toms2013ImportanceOL,
  title={Importance of leaf anatomy in determining mesophyll diffusion conductance to CO2 across species: quantitative limitations and scaling up by models},
  author={Magdalena Tom{\'a}s and Jaume Flexas and Lucian Octav Copolovici and Jeroni Galm{\'e}s and Lea Hallik and H. Medrano and Miquel Ribas-Carb{\'o} and Tiina Tosens and Vivian Vislap and {\"U}lo Niinemets},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2013}
}
Foliage photosynthetic and structural traits were studied in 15 species with a wide range of foliage anatomies to gain insight into the importance of key anatomical traits in the limitation of diffusion of CO2 from substomatal cavities to chloroplasts. The relative importance of different anatomical traits in constraining CO2 diffusion was evaluated using a quantitative model. Mesophyll conductance (g m) was most strongly correlated with chloroplast exposed surface to leaf area ratio (S c/S… CONTINUE READING

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