LamontagneBigrasMargolis1999

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Lamontagne, M., Bigras, F.J., Margolis, H.A. (1999) Chlorophyll fluorescence and CO2 assimilation of black spruce seedlings following frost in different temperature and light conditions. Tree Physiology, 20(4):249-255.

Abstract

Effects of artificial frosts on light-saturated photosynthesis (A(max)) and ground, maximal and variable fluorescence variables (F-o, F-m, and F-v and F-v/F-m) were monitored on 1-year-old foliage of black spruce seedlings (Picea mariana (Mill.) BSP) grown at high (25 degrees C), moderate(15 degrees C) and low (5 degrees C) temperatures and moderate (240 mu mol m(-2) s(-1)) and low (80 mu mol m(-2) s(-1)) irradiances. Photoinhibition of 1-year-old foliage was greater in seedlings grown in moderate light than in seedlings grown in low light. Photoinhibition increased with decreasing growth chamber temperature at both irradiances. Most changes in F-v/F-m were caused by changes in F-v. Exposure to -4 degrees C decreased both F-v/F-m and A(max) compared with control values. The effect of the -4 degrees C frost treatment was greater in seedlings grown in low light than in seedlings grown in moderate light, probably because seedlings grown in moderate light were already partially photoinhibited before the frost treatment. Following -4 degrees C treatment, neither F-v/F-m nor A(max) recovered in seedlings grown in low light. Light-saturated photosynthesis decreased with decreasing growth chamber temperature. Light-saturated photosynthesis was more sensitive to the -3 and -4 degrees C frost treatments in seedlings grown at 25 degrees C than in seedlings grown at 15 and 5 degrees C. The A(max) of seedlings grown at 15 degrees C was sensitive only to the -4 degrees C frost treatment, whereas A(max) of seedlings grown at 5 degrees C was not sensitive to any of the frost treatments. Recovery of A(max) following frost took longer in seedlings grown at high temperatures than in seedlings grown at low temperatures. For seedlings grown at the same temperature but under different irradiances, both A(max) and F-v/F-m reflected damage to the photosynthetic system following a moderate frost. However, for seedlings grown at the same irradiance but different temperatures, A(max) provided a more sensitive indicator of frost damage to the photosynthetic system than F-v/F-m ratio.

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@ARTICLE { LamontagneBigrasMargolis1999,
    AUTHOR = { Lamontagne, M. and Bigras, F.J. and Margolis, H.A. },
    TITLE = { Chlorophyll fluorescence and CO2 assimilation of black spruce seedlings following frost in different temperature and light conditions },
    JOURNAL = { Tree Physiology },
    YEAR = { 1999 },
    VOLUME = { 20 },
    PAGES = { 249-255 },
    NUMBER = { 4 },
    NOTE = { Times Cited: 3 },
    ABSTRACT = { Effects of artificial frosts on light-saturated photosynthesis (A(max)) and ground, maximal and variable fluorescence variables (F-o, F-m, and F-v and F-v/F-m) were monitored on 1-year-old foliage of black spruce seedlings (Picea mariana (Mill.) BSP) grown at high (25 degrees C), moderate(15 degrees C) and low (5 degrees C) temperatures and moderate (240 mu mol m(-2) s(-1)) and low (80 mu mol m(-2) s(-1)) irradiances. Photoinhibition of 1-year-old foliage was greater in seedlings grown in moderate light than in seedlings grown in low light. Photoinhibition increased with decreasing growth chamber temperature at both irradiances. Most changes in F-v/F-m were caused by changes in F-v. Exposure to -4 degrees C decreased both F-v/F-m and A(max) compared with control values. The effect of the -4 degrees C frost treatment was greater in seedlings grown in low light than in seedlings grown in moderate light, probably because seedlings grown in moderate light were already partially photoinhibited before the frost treatment. Following -4 degrees C treatment, neither F-v/F-m nor A(max) recovered in seedlings grown in low light. Light-saturated photosynthesis decreased with decreasing growth chamber temperature. Light-saturated photosynthesis was more sensitive to the -3 and -4 degrees C frost treatments in seedlings grown at 25 degrees C than in seedlings grown at 15 and 5 degrees C. The A(max) of seedlings grown at 15 degrees C was sensitive only to the -4 degrees C frost treatment, whereas A(max) of seedlings grown at 5 degrees C was not sensitive to any of the frost treatments. Recovery of A(max) following frost took longer in seedlings grown at high temperatures than in seedlings grown at low temperatures. For seedlings grown at the same temperature but under different irradiances, both A(max) and F-v/F-m reflected damage to the photosynthetic system following a moderate frost. However, for seedlings grown at the same irradiance but different temperatures, A(max) provided a more sensitive indicator of frost damage to the photosynthetic system than F-v/F-m ratio. },
    KEYWORDS = { conifer; fluorescence; frost damage; frost hardiness; photoinhibition; Picea mariana PINE PINUS-SYLVESTRIS; COLD-ACCLIMATED SEEDLINGS; SCOTS PINE; FREEZING STRESS; ENGELMANN SPRUCE; PHOTOSYNTHESIS; PHOTOINHIBITION; FIELD; INHIBITION; PLANTS },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.05 },
}

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