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Effects of atmospheric humidity and acclimation temperature on the temperature response of photosynthesis in young Larix decidua Mill.
... and a ΔW of 6.2 Pa kPa–1. Subsequently, their rates of photosynthesis, dark respiration and transpiration were measured at temperatures between 5 and 30 °C with ΔW ... in leaf internal processes. Further evidence of a metabolic adaptation to acclimation temperature is that dark respiration of cold-acclimated plants was twice that of warm-acclimated plants at all temperatures. ISSN ...
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Department of Biology: Plant Ecophysiology Group: Publications: 1995
... with nocturnal carbohydrate export from mature source leaves and their contribition to the correlation between dark respiration and N-content. J. Exp. Bot. 46: 1185-1194. Casadesus J, Tapia L and Lambers ... H and Van Montagu M. Salicylic acid enhances the activity of the alternative pathway of respiration in tobacco leaves and induces thermogenicity. Planta 196: 412-419. Walker DI and Cambridge ML ...
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Plant Pathology Glossary
... synthesis of protein. Mosaic patchy variation of normal green colour in leaves, usually light and dark green mosaic, symptomatic of many viral diseases. View Image. Mycelium (pl. Mycelia) a mass ... or overcome, completely or partially, the effects of a pathogen or some other damaging factor. Respiration an intracellular process which consists of a series of chemical reactions that make energy ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 24, 2004: Contents
... 24:115120 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Exposure to elevated carbon dioxide concentration in the dark lowers the respiration quotient of Vitis cane wood David R. Smart Volume 24 Issue: 1 2 3 ...
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Cattle Handling and Working Facilities
... , and the immune system. Quiet handling reduces stress-related meat-quality problems such as dark cutters. The amount of stress imposed on an animal is an interaction involving previous ... helps in assessing which animals should be culled. 1 = Docile Gentle; handles quietly; slightly elevated respiration. 2 = Restless More active; elevated respirations but settles down after joining the group once ...
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Sprouts, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... perishable and store best at 32 F and 95 to 100 percent relative humidity. The respiration rate of mung bean sprouts is high, and the rate increases sharply with temperature. The ... increases in holding temperature. Symptoms of deterioration are darkening of radicle and cotyledons, development of dark streaks on the hypocotyl, and eventual development of sliminess, decay and a musty odor. The ...
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Storage and Processing, Potato Information Exchange, Oregon State University
... excessive dehydration, decay and sprouting. It should also prevent high sugar concentrations which result in dark colored fried products. A potato storage should have adequate insulation, outside waterproofing, inside vapor proofing ... After curing, potatoes for seed or table stock are held at 38 to 40 F. Respiration is minimal at 37 F and actually increases as the temperature either falls or rises ...
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On-Line Glossary: A
... or autoecious rusts). (Pl. aecia.) (15) aerobe. An organism that requires free oxygen for respiration. (15) aerobic. With the qualities of an aerobe. (15) agar. Mixture of polysaccharides derived ... various plant diseases, particularly those caused by fungi of the Melanconiales, in which discrete, dark-colored, necrotic lesions develop on the leaves, stems, and/or fruits. (16) antibiosis. An ...
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Photosynthesis Directory
... this food source, breaking down the complex molecules into water and carbon dioxide through respiration. Eventually, as life grew, the need arose to somehow resynthesize complex compounds, both to ... compartments and the membranes that separate them serve to isolate different aspects of photosynthesis. Dark reactions take place in the stroma. Light reactions take place on the thylakoid membranes. ...
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Structure and Function of Organelles
... through the nuclear pores. The nucleolus is usually visible as a dark spot in the nucleus (note the dark nucleolus in this electron microscope photo of a nucleus), and is ... when not actively synthesizing protein. Mitochondria Mitochondria (singular: mitochondrion) are the sites of aerobic respiration, and generally are the major energy production center in eukaryotes. Mitochondria have two membranes, ...
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