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Development of the photosynthetic apparatus in cocoa leaves

by Baker, N.R; Hardwick, K.
Publisher: 1976Subject(s): THEOBROMA CACAO | FOTOSINTESIS | CLOROFILAS | BROTACION | PLASTIDIOS | RENDIMIENTO | THEOBROMA CACAO | PHOTOSYNTHESIS | CHLOROPHYLLS | SPROUTING | PLASTIDS | YIELDS | THEOBROMA CACAO | PHOTOSYNTHESE | CHLOROPHYLLE | POUSSEE | PLASTE | RENDEMENT In: Photosynthetica (Checoslovaquia) v. 10(4) p. 361-366Summary: The sequential pattern of development of the photosynthetic units in cocoa leaves is suggested by considering the changes in chlorophyll and b content, photosynthetic capacity and light saturation curves. Flash yield studies indicate the photoinactivation of the photosynthetic apparatus occurs in cocoa leaves at high flash intensities
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The sequential pattern of development of the photosynthetic units in cocoa leaves is suggested by considering the changes in chlorophyll and b content, photosynthetic capacity and light saturation curves. Flash yield studies indicate the photoinactivation of the photosynthetic apparatus occurs in cocoa leaves at high flash intensities

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