Limitation of Photosynthesis by Carbon Metabolism : II. O(2)-Insensitive CO(2) Uptake Results from Limitation Of Triose Phosphate Utilization.

@article{Sharkey1986LimitationOP,
  title={Limitation of Photosynthesis by Carbon Metabolism : II. O(2)-Insensitive CO(2) Uptake Results from Limitation Of Triose Phosphate Utilization.},
  author={Thomas D Sharkey and Mark Stitt and Dieter Heineke and R. Gerhardt and Klaus Raschke and Hans Walter Heldt},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={81 4},
  pages={1123-9}
}
The occurrence of O(2)-insensitive photosynthesis at high quantum flux and moderate temperature in Spinacia oleracea was characterized by analytical gas exchange measurements on intact leaves. In addition photosynthetic metabolite pools were measured in leaves which had been rapidly frozen under defined gas conditions. Upon switching to low O(2) in O(2)-insensitive conditions the ATP/ADP ratio fell dramatically within one minute. The P-glycerate pool increased over the same time. Ribulose… CONTINUE READING

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