Effect of long-term photoinhibition on growth and photosynthesis of cold-hardened spring and winter wheat View Full Text


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DATE

1992-10

AUTHORS

Vaughan M. Hurry, Marianna Krol, Gunnar Öquist, Norman P. A. Huner

ABSTRACT

The effect of repeated exposure to high light (1200 μmol · m(-2) · s(-1) photosynthetic photon flux density, PPFD) at 5° C was examined in attached leaves of cold-grown spring (cv. Katepwa) and winter (cv. Kharkov) wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) over an eight-week period. Under these conditions, Kharkov winter wheat exhibited a daily reduction of 24% in FV/FM (the ratio of variable to maximal fluorescence in the dark-adapted state), in contrast to 41% for cold-grown Katepwa spring wheat. Both cultivars were able to recover from this daily suppression of FV/FM such that the leaves exhibited an average morning FV/FM of 0.651 ± 0.004. Fluorescence measurements made under steady-state conditions as a function of irradiance from 60 to 2000 μmol · m(-2) · s(-1) indicated that the yield of photosystem II (PSII) electron transport under light-saturating conditions was the same for photoinhibited and control cold-grown plants, regardless of cultivar. Repeated daily exposure to high light at low temperature did not increase resistance to short-term photoinhibition, although zeaxanthin levels increased by three- to fourfold. In addition, both cultivars increased the rate of dry-matter accumulation, relative to control plants maintained at 5° C and 250 μmol · m(-2) · s(-1) PPFD (10% and 28% for Katepwa and Kharkov, respectively), despite exhibiting suppressed fv/fm and reduced photon yields for O2 evolution following daily high-light treatments. Thus, although photosynthetic efficiency is suppressed by a longterm, photoinhibitory treatment, light-saturated rates of photosynthesis are sufficiently high during the high-light treatment to offset any reduction in photochemical efficiency of PSII. We suggest that in these cold-tolerant plants, photoinhibition of PSII may represent a longterm, stable, down-regulation of photochemistry to match the overall photosynthetic demand for ATP and reducing equivalents. More... »

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369-375

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Planta

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3

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188

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24178327


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