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Effect of aminoacetonitrile on the CO2 exchange rate in rice leaves

Choi CHO, Jin-Myeon KIM, Ryuichi ISHII, Suong-Be HYEON, Akinori SUZUKI
1985 Agricultural and Biological Chemistry  
Kadowaki of our department for the amino acid analysis.  ...  photorespiration and photosynthesis, the rates of CO2evolution and CO2uptake were measured for different concentrations of AAN.  ...  Theresidue was dissolved in 0.01n HC1 and passed through a 0.45/mi membrane filter (TM-2, Toyoroshi Co., Ltd.), before being anlayzed for aminoacids with an automatic analyzer (Model 835, Hitachi Co.,  ... 
doi:10.1271/bbb1961.49.2847 fatcat:zicplxmfsjhbtcrwngh5qobzbm

Effects of Low Concentrations of O3 on Net Photosynthesis, Dark Respiration, and Chlorophyll Contents in Aging Hybrid Poplar Leaves

P. B. Reich
1983 Plant Physiology  
Decreased P. was partially due to accelerated aging in leaves exposed to 03, and lightsaturated P. was linearly related to chlorophyll a + b contents.  ...  Differences in light-saturated P. between control and 03-treated leaves of the same age were mostly due to photosaturation in 03-treated leaves and to a much lesser extent to lowered apparent quantum yields  ...  Amundson and J. P. Lasmie for technical assistance with various aspects of this work. In addition, I thank them and Drs. L. H. Weinstein and B. F. Chabot for comments on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.73.2.291 pmid:16663210 pmcid:PMC1066455 fatcat:nrkamtre2ffv5peuekjzxnnhdq

Application and Prospect of CO2 Enrichment Technology in Agriculture

Bingbing Wang, Xiangjie Lu, Wanlin Gao, Yun Xia, Bangjie Yang
2022 American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology  
As an important element for plant photosynthesis, CO2 enrichment in an appropriate environment can promote photosynthetic rate, organic matter accumulation and the growth rate of plants.  ...  It will provide an innovative idea for mitigating global climate change and help future research on the environmental adaptability of farmland crops.  ...  Ethics The authors declare their responsibility for any ethical issues that may arise after the publication of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajbbsp.2022.58.67 fatcat:2cqhzoj5yff43jlm6gzhmmcnsa

Acclimation of Arabidopsis thaliana to long-term CO2enrichment and nitrogen supply is basically a matter of growth rate adjustment

Pierre Tocquin, Sandra Ormenese, Alexandra Pieltain, Nathalie Detry, Georges Bernier, Claire Périlleux
2006 Physiologia Plantarum : An International Journal for Plant Biology  
Our results thus suggest that, in strictly controlled and stable growing conditions, acclimation of A. thaliana to long-term CO2 enrichment is mostly controlled by growth rate adjustment.  ...  At high Nsupply, growth stimulation by high CO2 was mainly because of the acceleration of leaf production and expansion while other parameters such as specific leaf area, root/shoot ratio and gs appeared  ...  Office-Federal Office for Scientific, Technical and Cultural Affairs; P4/15, P5/13).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1399-3054.2006.00791.x fatcat:xqdx6vbfdnbmxhj4jiwgvbjrpa

Inhibition of Photosynthesis by Carbohydrates in Wheat Leaves

J. Azcon-Bieto
1983 Plant Physiology  
The decreased net CO2 assimilation was correlated with carbohydrate accumulation in each case, suggesting end product inhibition of photosynthesis.  ...  higher temperatures, and the rate of decline increased when maintained in air with higher CO2 concentration (700425 microbars).  ...  Osmond for his help and encouragement. I also thank Dr. S. C. Wong for his assistance in technical and experimental matters, and Drs. D. A. Walker, G. D. Farquhar, and D. A.  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.73.3.681 pmid:16663282 pmcid:PMC1066530 fatcat:qdjn46hln5hnfgm46yadz6otdq

Role of Triose Phosphate Utilization in photosynthetic response of rice to variable carbon dioxide levels and plant source-sink relations [article]

Denis Fabre, Xinyou Yin, Michael Dingkuhn, Anne Clement-Vidal, Sandrine Roques, Lauriane Rouan, Armelle Soutiras, Delphine Luquet
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
It is suggested that TPU is involved in rice photosynthesis regulation under elevated CO2 conditions, and that sink limitation effects should be considered in crop models.  ...  At two weeks after heading, photosynthetic parameters derived from CO2 response curves, and nonstructural carbohydrate content of flag leaf and internodes were measured 3-4 times of day.  ...  It accelerates Pi recycling and 59 functionally important for crop models when addressing future climatic scenarios and e-CO2 69 (Busch and Sage, 2016) , particularly in sink-limiting situations (Asseng  ... 
doi:10.1101/633016 fatcat:nelbskeeq5cilcyytxc4drdpum

Measurement of Net Photosynthetic and Transpiration Rates of Spinach and Maize Plants under Hypobaric Condition

Eiji GOTO, Hiroki OHTA, Keiko IWABUCHI, Tadashi TAKAKURA
1996 Journal of Agricultural Meteorology  
An environmental control system for measuring net photosynthetic and transpiration rates was constructed to study the feasibility of growing plants under hypobaric condition in order to achieve crop production  ...  Photosynthesis is considered to be enhanced by a decrease in boundary layer resistance and stomatal resistance to CO2 transfer due to an increase in the CO2 diffusion coefficient.  ...  Takagi and Mr. Y. Hirosawa of the Shimizu Corporation for their helpful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.2480/agrmet.52.117 fatcat:hd45r65udjgudpfdgix67cms5a

Faster responses of photosynthesis to light transitions increase biomass and grain yield in transgenic Sorghum bicolor overexpressing Rieske FeS [article]

Maria Ermakova, Russell Woodford, Zachary Taylor, Robert T Furbank, Srinivas Belide, Susanne von Caemmerer
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
The steady-state rates of electron transport and CO2 assimilation did not differ between transgenic and control plants, suggesting that Cytochrome b6f is not the only factor limiting electron transport  ...  Overexpressing the Rieske FeS subunit of the Cytochrome b6f complex was previously shown to increase the rate of photosynthetic electron transport and stimulate CO2 assimilation in the model C4 plant Setaria  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Spencer Whitney for the gift of RbcL antibody and Siena Mitchell, Alexandra Williams, Ayla  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.07.25.501469 fatcat:5q6nxag7c5d7ddjgj6odcwu3du

Leaf senescence and decline of end-of-season gas exchange in five temperate deciduous tree species grown in elevated CO2 concentrations

K.D.M. McCONNAUGHAY, S.L. BASSOW, G.M. BERNTSON, F.A. BAZZAZ
1996 Global Change Biology  
We measured rates of leaf senescence and leaf level gas exchange during autumnal senescence for seedlings of five temperate forest tree species under current and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations  ...  CO2 enrichment reduced photosynthetic rates for the remaining species throughout some or all of the senescent period.  ...  Whole canopy models We derived relative indices of whole canopy carbon gain and water loss through a simple summation mixiel based on the instantaneous in situ measurements of photosynthesis and transpiration  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.1996.tb00046.x fatcat:kl7ws64vt5cn7niwmzctw3xtoe

CO2 Concentrating Mechanism of C4 Photosynthesis: Permeability of Isolated Bundle Sheath Cells to Inorganic Carbon

R. T. Furbank, C. L. D. Jenkins, M. D. Hatch
1989 Plant Physiology  
The average permeability coefficient for CO2 (Pco2) for five representatives from the three decarboxylation types was approximately 20 micromoles per minute per milligram chlorophyll per millimolar, on  ...  Diffusion of inorganic carbon into isolated bundle sheath cells from a variety of C4 species was characterized by coupling inward diffusion of CO2 to photosynthetic carbon assimilation.  ...  Furbank was the recipient of a Queen Elizabeth II fellowship for the duration of this work. LITERATURE CITED  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.91.4.1364 pmid:16667187 pmcid:PMC1062192 fatcat:6wk7cylebfdspeq4qezgkw2poi

Photosynthesis, Growth, and the Role of Chloride

N. Terry
1977 Plant Physiology  
Coiderable pport for the postulted a-requirement in photosynthesis cme from the observation that a-is essential for growth.  ...  Previous studies with isolated chioroplats have indiated that a-is an essential cofactor for photosynthesis.  ...  Water vapor pressure was determined by Cambridge Systems dewpoint hygrometer model 880 and CO2 concentration by a Beckman IR gas analyzer model 885.  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.60.1.69 pmid:16660047 pmcid:PMC542550 fatcat:he7by3tu7vba7p6a2vp5lx6c5u

Photosynthesis, respiration, and net primary production of sunflower stands in ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations: an invariant NPP:GPP ratio?

Weixin Cheng, Daniel A. Sims, Yiqi Luo, James S. Coleman, Dale W. Johnson
2000 Global Change Biology  
Total daily photosynthesis (GPP), net primary production (NPP), and respiration under the elevated CQ2 treatment were consistently higher than under the ambient CQ2 treatment.  ...  The effect of elevated CQ2 on photosynthesis, respiration, and growth efficiency of sunflower plants at the whole-stand level was investigated using a whole-system gas exchange facility (the EcoCELLs at  ...  Construction of the EcoCELLs was made possible by donations and grants from the Desert Research Institute Conclusions Whole-system daily photosynthesis (GPP), net primary production (NPP), and respiration  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2486.2000.00367.x fatcat:k4sjmq5mffhctbmud6ukwvyns4

Annual cycle in scots pine's photosynthesis

Pertti Hari, Veli-Matti Kerminen, Liisa Kulmala, Markku Kulmala, Steffen Noe, Tuukka Petäjä, Anni Vanhatalo, Jaana Bäck
2017 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions  
We tested the predictions with extensive field measurements of Scots pine photosynthesis in Northern Finland. Our theory gained strong corroboration for the theory in the rigorous test.  ...  The action of the biochemical regulation system generates the annual cycle of photosynthesis and emergent properties, the state of photosynthetic machinery, and the efficiency of photosynthesis.  ...  Biochemically, photosynthesis can be defined as a long chain of action of pigments, membrane pumps and enzymes, which 20 use light as source for energy and atmospheric CO2 as source for carbon (see e.g  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-2017-532 fatcat:v25ardftxfbsvo34cwq2cy2owe

Physiological and environmental regulation of stomatal conductance, photosynthesis and transpiration: a model that includes a laminar boundary layer

G.James Collatz, J.Timothy Ball, Cyril Grivet, Joseph A Berry
1991 Agricultural and Forest Meteorology  
., Grivet, C. and Berry, J.A., 1991. Physiological and environmental regulation of stomatal conductance, photosynthesis and transpiration: a model that includes a laminar boundary layer. Agric. For.  ...  of the concentration of CO2 and H20 in air at the leaf surface and the current rate of photosynthesis of the leaf.  ...  Toby Carlson, Chris Field and Ian Woodrow for helpful suggestions in the preparation of the manuscript. Drs. Ray Leuning and Keith Mott provided preprints of their manuscripts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0168-1923(91)90002-8 fatcat:wzbv52rrmvdllpevhunowut52m

Mechanism of Photosynthesis Decrease by Verticillium dahliae in Potato

R. L. Bowden, D. I. Rouse, T. D. Sharkey
1990 Plant Physiology  
no increase in dark respiration, no change in the relationship between carbon assimilation rate versus intercellular C02, and no change in light use efficiency when intercellular CO2 was held constant  ...  Therefore, the initial decrease in photosynthesis caused by V. dahliae was caused by stomatal closure.  ...  Kevin Smith helped prepare inoculum and gave other technical assistance. LITERATURE CITED  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.94.3.1048 pmid:16667795 pmcid:PMC1077340 fatcat:efptmtxm6zbvlbxmbtb4fc5yfq
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