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Zhengnan Yan, Dongxian He, Genhua Niu, Qing Zhou, and Yinghua Qu

HortScience 43 1944 1946 Bruggink, G.T. Heuvelink, E. 1987 Influence of light on the growth of young tomato, cucumber and sweet pepper plants in the greenhouse: Effects on relative growth rate, net assimilation rate and leaf area ratio Scientia Hort. 31 3 1737

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Hardeep Singh, Megha R. Poudel, Bruce Dunn, Charles Fontanier, and Gopal Kakani

supplemental CO 2 . Morison and Gifford (1983) reported that the stomatal conductance ( g S ) of plants decreases under elevated CO 2 , whereas the internal concentration of CO 2 increases and net assimilation rate is either unaffected or increased ( Mott

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Sasmita Mishra, Scott Heckathorn, Jonathan Frantz, Futong Yu, and John Gray

carboxylation efficiency were obtained from analysis of so-called “A-C i curves” [i.e., response curves of net assimilation rate versus leaf internal CO 2 concentration, where A = P n ( Farquhar and Sharkey, 1982 )]. Complete A-C i curves were obtained for a

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Qingwu Meng, Jennifer Boldt, and Erik S. Runkle

(from day 4 to day 30 or 33), and at a 50% higher DLI, which could cause different responses. The relative growth rate of a plant is a function of its leaf area ratio and the net assimilation rate ( Lambers et al., 2008 ). The leaf area ratio indicates