Die Wirkung von Rotlicht und Blaulicht auf die Photosynthese von Acetabularia mediterranea View Full Text


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DATE

1967-06

AUTHORS

Ursula Schael, H. Clauss

ABSTRACT

In blue light (350-500 nm) the rate of photosynthesis (oxygen evolution) of Acetabularia is almost constant after a short period of transition (Fig. 1). In red light (600-700 nm), however, it decreases within 2-3 weeks almost to zero (compensation point). The photosynthetic apparatus is not damaged irreversibly by red light, because transfering the cell from continuous red light (2 weeks) to continous blue light results in an increase of the rate of photosynthesis within 3 days up to the level in blue light (Fig. 5). Photosynthesis can also be stimulated if continuous red light is interrupted daily by short breaks of blue light. The rate of photosynthesis at the end of the induction period depends upon the amount of blue light per day (Fig. 5 and 6) and is probably proportional to the logarithm of this amount.Cell growth (Figs. 2, 7, 8) and formation of dry matter (Figs. 3, 9) in continuous red light, in blue light and in continuous red light supplemented by blue light is controlled by the rate of photosynthesis under these light condition. More... »

PAGES

98-114

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TITLE

Planta

ISSUE

2

VOLUME

78

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00406644

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