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Title: Prompt chlorophyll fluorescence as a tool for crop phenotyping: an example of barley landraces exposed to various abiotic stress factors
Authors: Kalaji, H.M.
Rastogi, A.
Zivcak, M.
Brestic, M.
Daszkowska-Golec, Agata
Sitko, Krzysztof
Alsharafa, K.Y.
Lotfi, R.
Stypinski, P.
Samborska, I.A.
Cetner, M.D.
Keywords: chlorophyll a fluorescence; JIP test; photosystem II
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Photosynthetica, vol. 56, iss. 3(2018), s. 953-961
Abstract: The study examined photosynthetic efficiency of two barley landraces (cvs. Arabi Abiad and Arabi Aswad) through a prompt fluorescence technique under influence of 14 different abiotic stress factors. The difference in the behavior of photosynthetic parameters under the same stress factor in–between cv. Arabi Abiad and cv. Arabi Aswad indicated different mechanisms of tolerance and strategies for the conversion of light energy into chemical energy for both the landraces. This study confirmed the suitability of some chlorophyll fluorescence parameters as reliable biomarkers for screening the plants at the level of photosynthetic apparatus.
DOI: 10.1007/s11099-018-0766-z
ISSN: 0300-3604
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