Photorespiratory compensation: a driver for biological diversity.

@article{Sage2013PhotorespiratoryCA,
  title={Photorespiratory compensation: a driver for biological diversity.},
  author={R. Sage},
  journal={Plant biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={
          624-38
        }
}
  • R. Sage
  • Published 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Plant biology
  • This paper reviews how terrestrial plants reduce photorespiration and thus compensate for its inhibitory effects. As shown in the equation φ = (1/Sc/o )O/C, where φ is the ratio of oxygenation to carboxylation, Sc/o is the relative specificity of Rubisco, O is stromal O2 level and C is the stromal CO2 concentration, plants can reduce photorespiration by increasing Sc/o or C, or by reducing O. By far the most effective means of reducing φ is by concentrating CO2, as occurs in C4 and CAM plants… CONTINUE READING
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