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These results indicate that the excess of shade drastically affects the physiology and morphology of C. Journal of Coffee ResearchKarnataka, v.

Chapman and Hall, Some insights from comparisons of shade and sun plants. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, v. The interaction of rising CO2 and temperatures with water use efficiency. Cajanus cajanCoffea arabicaphotosynthesis, transpiration, agroforestry.

Photosynthesis in relation to radiation and leaf position in cashew trees. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Effect of irrigation on leaf gas exchange and yield of cashew in Northern Australia. Agroforestry SystemsAmsterdam, v.

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University of California; Agricultural Experiment Station, Photosynthetic capacity and specific leaf mass in twenty woody species of Cerrado vegetation under field conditions. Enviado por Flavio flag Denunciar. Chlorophyll fluorescence as a nonintrusive indicator for rapid assessment of in vivo photosynthesis. Crop physiological aspects of coffee bean yield: Revista Brasileira de Fisiologia Vegetal, v. The relationship between the quantum yield of photosynthetic electron transport and quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence.


Effect of ecofisiplogia, leaf age, chlorophyll content and branch-girdling on gas exchange of cashew Anacardium occidentale L.

Photosynthesis and production in a changing environment: Journal of Experimental BotanyLondon, v. The low level of incident radiation on the coffee shaded with pigeonpea caused decreases in the photosynthetic rate and transpiration, increased plant height and leaf size, but diminished leaf dry matter. Spreadsheet macros for handling data collected from the LI portable photosynthesis system. Biochimica et Biophysica Vegrtal, v.

How to cite this article. Company of Biologists, Carbon utilization and dry matter production. Journal of Horticultural Science, v. O crescimento foliar foi avaliado em outras dez plantas de cada tratamento, escolhidas ao acaso.

Environmental physiology of plants. Services on Demand Vegrtal. ABSTRACT The characterization of shade effects on the physiology of coffee is important to determine optimum levels of radiation and temperature, as well as to subsidize studies on growth vegeta, shaded plants aiming at determining the ideal coffee plant architecture that maximizes the capture of the available solar radiation in shaded environments.


Sap flow, leaf gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence of container-grown cashew Anacardium occidentale L.

Productivity of southern Brazilian coffee plantations shaded by different stockings of Grevillea robusta. Physiological ecofusiologia and growth of coffee plants grown under shade of pigeonpea and unshaded. The water-culture method for growing plants without soil.

Escolheram-se folhas posicionadas no limite superior e inferior da planta e voltadas para as faces norte e sul. Photosynthesis in Coffea arabica: Acta AmazonicaManaus, v. Chlorophyll fluorescence as a tool in photosynthesis research.

Annals of BotanyLondon, v.

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Stomatal sensitivity to carbon dioxide and humidity. Ammonia assimilation and proline accumulation in young cashew plants during long term exposure to NaCl salinity. Revista Brasileira de AgrometeorologiaSanta Maria, v.

Productivity and water relations of field-grown cashew:

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