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Variations in the phases of Crassulacean acid
metabolism and regulation of carboxylation patterns determined by carbon-isotope-discrimination techniques.
Alternative carbohydrate reserves used in the daily cycle of crassulacean acid
The study focuses on a form of photosynthesis, known as crassulacean acid
metabolism (CAM), which has evolved over millions of years, and which is responsible for building water-saving characteristics in plants such as the orchid and pineapple, where the KalanchoAaAaAeAe1/2 genome has be latelyrecently identified.
During the dark hours, plant cells snag the C[O.sub.2] gas and convert it into crassulacean acid
, each molecule of which contains four carbon atoms.
Osmond CB (1978) Crassulacean acid
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Winter K, Luttge U, Winter E, Troughton JH (1978) Seasonal shift from C3 photosynthesis to crassulacean acid
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Smith JAC (Eds.) Crassulacean Acid
The leaf responses measured included rolling, paraheliotropic movements, increase in reflectance and induction of Crassulacean acid
In the week 56, the increment started at 18:00 reaching a maximum of 45.19[micro]mol[H.sup.+]*[g.sup.-1] tissue at 06:00, showing the typical crassulacean acid
metabolism (CAM) is an adaptation of photosynthesis found in a diverse range of plant species that inhabit arid and semi-arid environments.