Stomatal and mesophyll conductance are dominant limitations to photosynthesis in response to heat stress during severe drought in a temperate and a tropical tree species
Key message: Stomatal and mesophyll conductance were the dominant limitations to photosynthesis in response to heat stress during severe drought in both a temperate and a tropical tree species. Abstract: Drought and heat stress cause a significant reduction in forest primary production. The current study aims to determine the major limitations to photosynthesis in a temperate and tropical tree species experiencing a combination of drought and heat stress; an increasingly common situation in the...[Show more]
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