Algal numbers could be regulated pre-mitotically by limited nutrient availability (see, for example, Blank and Muscatine, 1987; Kolber et al., 1988; Falkowski et al., 1993; Hoegh-Guldberg, 1994; Muller-Parker et al., 1994; Snidvongs and Kinzie, 1994); by density-dependent negative feedback by the algae themselves (Muscatine and Pool, 1979; McAuley and Darrah, 1990); by host-induced release of photosynthate
from the algae (Muscatine, 1967; Cook, 1983; Douglas and Smith, 1984; Sutton and Hoegh-Guldberg, 1990; McAuley, 1992; Gates et al., 1995); or by factors manifested by the host cells that inhibit the algal cell cycle (Smith and Muscatine, 1999).
Kentucky bluegrass photosynthate
partitioning following scheduled mowing.
Therefore, both anemone types in the field maintain similar ratios of algal to animal biomass and receive similar amounts of photosynthate
1992, Ashmore 1997), and thus they may limit available resources by inhibiting production of photosynthates
and nutrient intake.
Seed set and kernel abortion are tied to maintaining a balance between sink demand for a continuous stream of photosynthate
and sink capacity for photosynthate
relative to kernel initiation, growth, and development requirements associated with synchronous or asynchronous pollination (Zinselmeier et al., 2000).
Sensitivity of zooxanthellae and non-symbiotic microalgae to stimulation of photosynthate
excretion by giant clam tissue homogenate.
The flag leaf is the most important provider of photosynthates
to the grain in the later stage of the grain-filling period (Mengel and Kirkby, 1982).
When four or more leaves were present on the receptor branch, either the photosynthates
produced by the leaves diluted the flowering-inhibiting substance passed across the graft, or the flowering inhibitor(s) produced by the receptor countered the flowering-inducing substances from the donor branch.
translocation and utilization in cotton plants.
Distal fruits may be aborted due to their inability to obtain local photosynthate
and translocated resources.
On the opportunity cost of the photosynthate
invested in stem elongation reactions mediated by phytochrome.
Earlier studies supported the relationship between canopy cover with photosynthate
production and dry matter accumulation (Jun Luo et al., 2014), fruit production (Elfeel and Abohassan, 2016) and as indicator to measure gross primary production (Street et al., 2007).