Temperature dependence of photosynthesis in cotton.

Abstract

Cotton plants (Gossypium hirsutum L., var. Deltapine Smooth Leaf) were grown under controlled environmental conditions over a range of day/night temperatures from 20/15 to 40/35 C. Their photosynthetic characteristics were then measured over a comparable temperature range. Net photosynthesis tended stongly to be greatest, and intracellular resistance to CO… (More)

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@article{Downton1972TemperatureDO, title={Temperature dependence of photosynthesis in cotton.}, author={Joy Downton and Ralph O. Slatyer}, journal={Plant physiology}, year={1972}, volume={50 4}, pages={518-22} }