Relation between laser induced chlorophyll fluorescence and

Andries en Jacqueline Rosema j.rosema.naaborg at inter.NL.net
Tue Jul 6 16:57:25 EST 1999


I have a large number of reprints available of the paper: Rosema A., Snel
J.F.H.,  Zhan H., Buurmeijer W.F., and Van Hove L.W.A. (1998) "The Relation
between Laser-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Photosynthesis", Remote
Sensing of Environment (Elsevier) 65:143-154 (1998). This paper may be unknown
to many people of the photosynthesis / chlorophyll fluorescence community. It
contains many measured daily cycles of chlorophyll fluorescence under normal
conditions, drought and ozone stress. Under stress conditions  fluorescence
shows enormous quenching, in the extreme case down to 10% of the dark adapted
fluorescence.   To explain the measurements in relation to simultaneously
measured CO2 exchange a new excitation energy partitioning model is developed:
the Photosystem Deactivation Model (PDM). This model implies a modification to
the theory of Genty, Briantais and Baker (1989), and gives considerably
improved correspondence with CO2 exchange under CO2 limited / high light con
ditions. If you are interested to obtain a reprint of this paper please
send an
email with your name and address to: ears.delft at inter.nl.net, for my attention.

Andries Rosema,
EARS
Kanaalweg 1,
2628 EB Delft
ears.delft at inter.nl.net
http://biz.inter.nl.net/ears






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