Non-photochemical Quenching Plays a Key Role in Light Acclimation of Rice Plants Differing in Leaf Color

@inproceedings{Zhao2016NonphotochemicalQP,
  title={Non-photochemical Quenching Plays a Key Role in Light Acclimation of Rice Plants Differing in Leaf Color},
  author={Xia Zhao and Ting-Ting Chen and Baohua Feng and Caixia Zhang and Shaobing Peng and Xiufu Zhang and Fu Guanfu and Longxing Tao},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) is an important photoprotective mechanism in rice; however, little is known regarding its role in the photosynthetic response of rice plants with differing in leaf color to different irradiances. In this study, two rice genotypes containing different chlorophyll contents, namely Zhefu802 (high chlorophyll) and Chl-8 (low chlorophyll), were subjected to moderate or high levels of light intensity at the 6-leaf stage. Chl-8 possessed a lower chlorophyll content… CONTINUE READING
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