Respuestas fotosintéticas a la temperatura y a la luz de poblaciones antarticas y andinas de Colobanthus quitensis (Caryophyllaceae)

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  • Publisher: Sociedad de Biología de Chile
  • Journal: issn: 0716-078X, eissn: 0717-6317
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  • Subject: fotosíntesis | light intensity | photosynthesis | temperatura óptima | intensidad lumínica | Colobanthus quitensis | Botany | QL1-991 | QK1-989 | optimum leaf temperature | Zoology

Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth, 1831) Bartling (Caryophyllaceae) is characterized by a wide latitudinal distribution, ranging between the tropical high Andes and the Antarctic Peninsula. Although both habitat types are characterized by cold and freezing temperatures, impo... View more
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