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Fluorescence induction changes in bean leaves after heat treatment

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The regularities in the alterations of chlorophyll a fluorescence induction curves of bean leaves after short (15 min) heating in the range of temperatures from 24 to 45°C were determined. A dramatic decrease in the relative f luorescence quenching (F P F T )/F T , as well as the F v /F m ratio, were observed after heating at temperatures above 38°C, which indicates a decrease in the photochemical activity of photosystem II. The effect of an increase in the resistance of the photosynthetic apparatus to the temperature of 43°C after preheating at 37°C was demonstrated.

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Levykina, I.P., Karavaev, V.A. Fluorescence induction changes in bean leaves after heat treatment. Moscow Univ. Phys. 71, 128–134 (2016). https://doi.org/10.3103/S0027134916010124

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