Subbaiah C. Chalivendra
subbaiah at UIUC.EDU
Fri Nov 22 08:56:37 EST 1996
rmewing at molbiol.ox.ac.uk wrote:
>J. Penny states that C4 plants tend to be monocotyledons...
>There are however, many dicot families which show C4 photosynthetic carbon
and J. Penny wrote:
"I suspect there may be confusion here between C4 photosynthesis and
In fact, there are C4 plants (beside the CAM) in dicots, many
Euphorbiaceae, Amaranthaceae and Chenopodiaceae members have C4 pathway.
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