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, CA). Growth and physiology measurements. Five weeks after transplanting in each trial, leaf maximum photochemical efficiency (F v /F m ), photochemical yield [Y (II)], and electron transport rate (ETR) were measured with a fluorometer (MINI

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, which was mainly associated with the amount, activity, kinetics of Rubisco (explained by V c,max ), and the rate of ribulose-1, 5-bisphosphate regeneration supported by electron transport (explained by J max ); the CE was limited by V c,max more than

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photosynthesis, including photosystems I and II, the electron transport chain, and RuBisCO (ribulose-1, 5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase) show a decline in efficiency with cold stress ( Allen and Ort, 2001 ; Kingston-Smith et al., 1997 ; Lynch, 1990 ). This

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transport through PS I fed by stromal components Photosynth. Res. 47 85 97 Husen, J. Dequan, L. 2002 Relationship between photosystem 2 electron transport and photosynthetic CO 2 assimilation responses to irradiance in young apple tree leaves

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, photosynthetic electron transport reactions, quenching ability of excessive energy through chlorophyll fluorescence ( Lee et al., 2004 ), efficiency of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase for carbon fixation ( Delfine et al., 1998 ; Jaleel et al

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extent to which light quality affects photosynthesis is also potentially studied through its effects on the specific absorption spectrum of photosynthetic pigments, or the uptake of essential micronutrients to the photosynthetic electron transport chain

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-arplant-050718-095859 Yamori, W. Shikanai, T. 2016 Physiological functions of cyclic electron transport around photosystem I in sustaining photosynthesis and plant growth Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. 67 81 106 doi: https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev

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aspects of the photosynthetic capacity were improved, such as net photosynthetic rate and electron transport rate. No significant difference in lettuce shoot fresh weight/dry weight was found between RB and RBY; however, RBY showed better nutritional

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actually used for the production of carbohydrates. Leafminer injury in horse chestnut was found to reduce electron transport as well as carbohydrate storage, nut size, and the next year’s yield ( Percival et al., 2011 ). Similar to our findings, A on a

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bluegrass cultivars that were tolerant of HT exhibited high net photosynthetic rates, and suggested that heat-tolerant cultivars had a greater capacity for photosynthetic electron transport than did the heat-intolerant cultivars. Selecting germplasm that can

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