The carbon assimilation
rate (A) was reduced even under 40 mM NaCl, which was considered an intermediate level of stress.
where A is rate of carbon assimilation
Where A is the net carbon assimilation
rate; CE is the carboxylation efficiency, which was determined from the initial slope of the A/Ci response curve (Ci less than 200 mol mol); Ci is the leaf internal CO2 concentration; Amax is the maximum net carbon assimilation
rate at saturating CO2; and Rd is the day respiration.
Moreover, these models help our understanding of carbon assimilation
and water loss in vine canopies--two very important topics that are essential to understand if we are to deal successfully with pressures brought about by climate change and its inevitable effect on water availability.
Malate synthase, GLcB, initially was characterized as an important enzyme of the glyoxylate shunt involved in carbon assimilation
as energy source to bacilli .
Patterns of carbon assimilation
in phytoplankton from the Southern Ocean.
Reduction of root function and belowground carbon sink capacity due to flooding would lead to decreased net carbon assimilation
Based on the results of the biochemical and carbon assimilation
tests, the species of Acinetobacter identified were A.
This indicates that stomatal control of WUE predominates over that by carbon assimilation
capacity among the rice genotypes examined in this study.
This further demonstrates the close and rapid link between carbon assimilation
and rhizosphere respiration.
Initial observations show that the maximum carbon assimilation
rates are greatest in the high nitrate group, followed by the medium and low nitrate groups ([A.
through Crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) is regarded as an adaptive trait for plant species native to high-light, water-limited habitats (Taiz and Zeiger 1991).