Photosynthesis, growth and structural characteristics of holm oak resprouts originated from plants grown under elevated CO2.

@inproceedings{Aranda2006PhotosynthesisGA,
  title={Photosynthesis, growth and structural characteristics of holm oak resprouts originated from plants grown under elevated CO2.},
  author={Xavier Aranda and Cristina Agust{\'i} and Richard Joffre and Isabel Fleck},
  year={2006}
}
The physiological characteristics of holm oak (Quercus ilex L.) resprouts originated from plants grown under current CO2 concentration (350 μl l−1) (A-resprouts) were compared with those of resprouts originated from plants grown under elevated CO2 (750 μl l−1) (E-resprouts). At their respective CO2 growth concentration, no differences were observed in photosynthesis and chlorophyll fluorescence parameters between the two kinds of resprout. E-resprouts appeared earlier and showed lower stomatal… CONTINUE READING