Phytoplankton photoacclimation and photoadaptation in response to environmental gradients in a shelf sea

@inproceedings{Moore2006PhytoplanktonPA,
  title={Phytoplankton photoacclimation and photoadaptation in response to environmental gradients in a shelf sea},
  author={C Mark Moore and David John Suggett and Anna Hickman and Young-Nam Kim and Jacqueline F. Tweddle and Jonathan M Sharples and Richard J Geider},
  year={2006}
}
Variability in the photosynthetic performance of natural phytoplankton communities, due to both taxonomic composition and the physiological acclimation of these taxa to environmental conditions, was assessed at contrasting sites within a temperate shelf sea region. Physiological parameters relating to the structure of the photosystem II (PSII) antenna and processes downstream from PSII were evaluated using a combination of fast repetition rate fluorescence, oxygen flash yields, spectral… CONTINUE READING

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