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Model dependences of the deactivation of phytoplankton pigment excitation energy on environmental conditions in the sea**Support for this study was provided by the project 'Satellite Monitoring of the Baltic Sea Environment - SatBałtyk' funded by European Union through European Regional Development Fund contract No. POIG 01.01.02-22-011/09
A semi-empirical, physical models have been derived of the quantum yield of the deactivation processes (fluorescence, photosynthesis and heat production) of excited states in phytoplankton pigment molecules. Besides some already known models (photosynthesis and fluorescence), this novel approach incorporates the dependence of the dissipation yield of the excitation energy in phytoplankton pigment molecules on heat. The quantitative dependences of the quantum yields of these three processes ondoi:10.5697/oc.54-4.545 fatcat:cvnljhrnvjdmdftthq35vcu2ra