The moss Bryum argenteum var . muticum Brid . is well adapted to cope with high light in continental Antarctica

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The net photosynthetic rate (NP), chlorophyll fluorescence, carotenoid content and chlorophyll content of the cosmopolitan moss Bryum argenteum were measured in the field at Botany Bay, southern Victoria Land, continental Antarctica (778S). Comparisons were made between sunand shade-adapted forms, and changes were followed as the moss emerged from under the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kulle2012TheMB, title={The moss Bryum argenteum var . muticum Brid . is well adapted to cope with high light in continental Antarctica}, author={Daniel Kulle and Stefan Pannewitz and Mark Schlensog}, year={2012} }