Important photosynthetic contribution from the non-foliar green organs in cotton at the late growth stage
Non-foliar green organs are recognized as important carbon sources after leaves. However, the contribution of each organ to total yield has not been comprehensively studied in relation to the time-course of changes in surface area and photosynthetic activity of different organs at different growth stages. We studied the contribution of leaves, main stem, bracts and capsule walls in cotton by measuring their time-course of surface area development, O2 evolution capacity and photosynthetic...[Show more]
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|Source:||Planta 235 (2012): 325–336|
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