Light inhibition of leaf respiration as soil fertility declines along a post-glacial chronosequence in New Zealand: an analysis using the Kok method

@article{Atkin2013LightIO,
  title={Light inhibition of leaf respiration as soil fertility declines along a post-glacial chronosequence in New Zealand: an analysis using the Kok method},
  author={Owen K Atkin and Matthew Hamish Turnbull and Joana Zaragoza-Castells and Nikolaos M. Fyllas and Jon Lloyd and Patrick Meir and Kevin L. Griffin},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2013},
  volume={367},
  pages={163-182}
}
Our study quantified variations leaf respiration in darkness (R D) and light (R L), and associated traits along the Franz Josef Glacier soil development chronosequence in New Zealand. At six sites along the chronosequence (soil age: 6, 60, 150, 500, 12,000 and 120,000 years old), we measured rates of leaf R D, R L (using Kok method), light-saturated CO2 assimilation rates (A), leaf mass per unit area (M A), and concentrations of leaf nitrogen ([N]), phosphorus ([P]), soluble sugars and starch… CONTINUE READING
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