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Richard J. Heerema, Dawn VanLeeuwen, Rolston St. Hilaire, Vince P. Gutschick, and Bethany Cook

%) of leaf N ( Barker and Bryson, 2007 ; Evans, 1989 ). In addition to its relationship to leaf Rubisco content, N supply impacts Rubisco activity, leaf chlorophyll content, thylakoid protein activity, and electron transport activity ( Evans and

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Marisa M. Wall

electron beam facility that is used for quarantine treatment of tropical fruits. The facility offers a centralized location where growers can deliver fruit for quarantine treatment; therefore, small growers can participate in export markets. The USDA

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Mengmeng Gu, James A. Robbins, Curt R. Rom, and Hyun-Sug Choi

increased linearly at low PPFD, where it was limited by electron transport rate, and gradually reached a plateau where A would be limited by Rubisco capacity ( Ogren, 1993 ). Detectable decrease in assimilation at high PPFD, an indication of photoinhibition

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Lingyan Chen, Jinli Lai, Tianyou He, Jundong Rong, Muhammad Waqqas Khan Tarin, and Yushan Zheng

the photosynthesis-light response based on the photosynthetic electron transport of photosystem II in C3 and C4 species New Phytol. 199 110 120 Ye, Z.P. Zhang, H.L. Huang, Z.A. Yang, Z.L. Kang, H.J. 2017 Model construction of light use efficiency and

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Xunzhong Zhang and Erik H. Ervin

a corresponding decrease in electron transport and ATP synthesis, ultimately resulting in oxidative damage ( Bjorn, 2004 ; Rao et al., 1996 ). High ultraviolet-B may also affect photosynthesis indirectly by photobleaching and photodegradation of

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James S. Busse, Senay Ozgen, and Jiwan P. Palta

and Broadley, 2003 ). Thus, calcium deficiency symptoms are observed in tissues with a low transpiration rate, including young expanding leaves, enclosed shoot tissues, fruits, underground tubers, and in portions of the plant principally fed by phloem

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Vahid Rahimi Eichi, Stephen D. Tyerman, and Michelle G. Wirthensohn

time ( Comstock and Ehleringer, 1992 ; Ripullone et al., 2004 ). For measuring WUE i , the instantaneous assimilation rate is compared with the instantaneous transpiration ( E ) through the stomata. A and E can be influenced by two factors: first

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Michael S. Reid and George L. Staby

and other compounds with ethylene-like activity and noted a striking correlation between their activity in inducing ethylene responses and their capacity to accept π orbital electrons. Concluding that the ethylene-binding site contained a donor of π

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Oscar Monje, Sylvia Anderson, and Gary W. Stutte

changes in the activity of the carboxylation enzyme (Rubisco) and in the maximum rate of electron transport used for Rubisco bis-phosphate (RuBP) regeneration can be detected ( Long and Bernacchi, 2003 ). Experimental design. Five levels of RZT

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Jaroslav Ďurkovič, Ingrid Čaňová, Lucia Javoříková, Monika Kardošová, Rastislav Lagaňa, Tibor Priwitzer, Roman Longauer, and Jana Krajňáková

; Percival and Sheriffs, 2002 ). The variable “area” determines the potential acceptor capacity for electron transport during the primary processes of photosynthesis and has been shown to be a sensitive indicator of salinity ( Panda et al., 2006 ). Despite