Susceptibility to photoinhibition of three deciduous broadleaf tree species with different successional traits raised under various light regimes

@article{Kitao2000SusceptibilityTP,
  title={Susceptibility to photoinhibition of three deciduous broadleaf tree species with different successional traits raised under various light regimes},
  author={Mitsutoshi Kitao and Thomas Lei and Takayoshi Koike and Hiroyuki Tobita and Yutaka Maruyama},
  journal={Plant Cell and Environment},
  year={2000},
  volume={23},
  pages={81-89}
}
The susceptibility to photoinhibition of tree species from three different successional stages were examined using ehlorophyll fluorescence and gas exchange techniques. The three deciduous broadleaf tree species were Betula platyphylla var. japonica, pioneer and early successional, Quercus mongolica, intermediate shade-tolerant and midsuccessional, and Acer mono, shade-tolerant and late successional. Tree seedlings were raised under three light regimes: full sunlight (open), 10% full sun, and 5… 
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