volume 3, issue 6, P409-414 1980
DOI: 10.1111/1365-3040.ep11586863
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Abstract: Starch levels in Commelina communis epidermis, were shown to be higher in the dark than in the light, from plants kept under an imposed photoperiodic regime. These changes were also inversely correlated with diffusive conductance (1/diffusive resistance, \IR) of the leaves used. Even after advancing the photoperiod by 7 h the changes in starch levels continued for at least 1 d and were still inversely correlated with XjR.Corresponding changes in glucose levels were measured in the same tissue and were found t…

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