PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL STRATEGIES FOR CO2 FIXATION IN PLANTS
AbstractThe photosynthetic carbon assimilation pathways are not the same for all plants; they show great inventiveness through their adaptations to low CO2 concentrations, high O2, water stress, but also to different temperatures in the environments in which they live. From this point of view there are 3 photosynthetic cycles in plants: C3, C4 and CAM.
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