Diel- and temperature-driven variation of leaf dark respiration rates and metabolite levels in rice
Leaf respiration in the dark (Rdark) is often measured at a single time during the day, with hot-acclimation lowering Rdark at a common measuring temperature. However, it is unclear whether the diel cycle influences the extent of thermal acclimation of Rdark, or how temperature and time of day interact to influence respiratory metabolites. To examine these issues, we grew rice under 25°C : 20°C, 30°C : 25°C and 40°C : 35°C day : night cycles, measuring Rdark and changes in metabolites at...[Show more]
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