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New paper accepted - Mesophyll conductance to CO2 and Rubisco as targets for improving intrinsic water use efficiency in C3 plants

Together with his latin colleagues, Ülo Niinemets has published another paper regarding mesophyll conductance in C3 plants in Plant, Cell and Environment. Accepted, but not edited nor typesetted version of the article is available from… 256 kata lagi

2015

Carbon Dioxide is plant food and increases growth rates

Animals exhale Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and breathe Oxygen (O2), while plants use CO2 and exhale O2. Professional greenhouses often add extra CO2 to increase growth rates. 626 kata lagi

But Is It Science

New paper published -- Leaf economics and hydraulic traits are decoupled in five species-rich tropical-subtropical forests

text by Guo Dali

Ülo has recently coauthored an article with Prof. Guo Dali’s lab from the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 257 kata lagi

2015

Visiting scientist – Nathalie Leonhardt will give an ENVIRON lecture

Welcome to the ENVIRON’s lectures!

On June 4th at 10:15 in Chemicum, Ravila 14a, Tartu room 1019.

You are invited to join the guest seminar by… 37 kata lagi

Abiotic Stress

The Climb

Plants need water in order to survive, but they don’t have a digestive and circulatory system to move liquid through their bodies. Instead they utilize the adhesive and cohesive properties of water with two structures called xylem and the stomata. 120 kata lagi

Plants

New paper published - Global effects of soil and climate on leaf photosynthetic traits and rates

/Here is a guest post written by Vincent Maire for his new paper in which Ülo Niinemets is one of the coauthors./

There is a longstanding debate among ecosystem ecologists to conclude if the soil has an independent impact on ecosystem productivity at global scale (Wang, Prentice and Davies 2014; Huston 2009, 2012). 1.039 kata lagi

2015

Stomata of Arctotis (dicots)

Photo credit: Google

Arctotis arctoides (Asteraceae)

The foliar micromorphology of Arctotis arctotoides (L.f.) O. Hoffm

by Badmus A. A., Afolayan A. J. (2010)

in Academic Journals – Vol.4(16), pp. 151 kata lagi

Morphology