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limitations of RuBP synthesis (or electron transport rate) on photosynthesis in salvia compared with petunia. In support of this, Φ PSII (a measure of electron transport rate; Maxwell and Johnson, 2000 ) at ambient CO 2 concentration ( Fig. 5A ) was lower

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in mitochondrial electron transport under Fe deficiency. Although the function of the alternative oxidase (AOX) is not well understood, it has been shown to increase under nutrient stress, and when the rate of the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle

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quantum yield of photosystem II photochemistry (Φ PSII ), and electron transport rate (ETR) ( Yan et al., 2013 ; Zheng et al., 2011 ). Although low light intensities increase plant height and specific leaf area, this factor reduces the leaf number (LN

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rate of lettuce was significantly higher in the S supplementation treatments than in the control ( Fig. 4 ). Sulfur plays a key role in photosynthesis and the electron transport system ( Shah et al. 2022 ). The deficiency of S leads to lower contents of

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Water Manag . 96 ( 4 ): 541 – 550 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2008.09.013 . Genty B , Briantais J , Baker N . 1989 . The relationship between the quantum yield of photosynthetic electron transport and quenching of chlorophyll

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%) 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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process, pollen wall assembly, and cellular component assembly involved in morphogenesis. Likewise, GO terms of the modules associated with CK1 were related to the electron transport chain, photosynthetic electron transport in photosystem II, and

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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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( McArtney and Obermiller, 2012 ). Metamitron disrupts the photosynthetic apparatus for 7 to 10 d after application, reducing electron transport rates by up to 60% ( McArtney and Obermiller, 2012 ). These data suggest that thinning activity of metamitron is a

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photosystems themselves, particularly photosystem II (PSII); the ATP-generating electron transport chain; and the carbon assimilation process. Heat affects the photosystems by causing the dissociation of manganese (Mn) molecules from the oxygen-evolving complex

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