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Relation between laser induced chlorophyll fluorescence and

Sebastian Heimann heimanns at bilbo.bio.purdue.edu
Sun Jul 11 16:21:14 EST 1999

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I'd like a copy

Thanks in advance

Andries en Jacqueline Rosema wrote:
> I have a large number of reprints available of the paper: Rosema A., Snel
> J.F.H.,  Zhan H., Buurmeijer W.F., and Van Hove L.W.A. (1998) "The Relation
> between Laser-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Photosynthesis", Remote
> Sensing of Environment (Elsevier) 65:143-154 (1998). This paper may 
>be unknown
> to many people of the photosynthesis / chlorophyll fluorescence community. It
> contains many measured daily cycles of chlorophyll fluorescence under normal
> conditions, drought and ozone stress. Under stress conditions  fluorescence
> shows enormous quenching, in the extreme case down to 10% of the dark adapted
> fluorescence.   To explain the measurements in relation to simultaneously
> measured CO2 exchange a new excitation energy partitioning model is 
> the Photosystem Deactivation Model (PDM). This model implies a 
>modification to
> the theory of Genty, Briantais and Baker (1989), and gives considerably
> improved correspondence with CO2 exchange under CO2 limited / high light con
> ditions. If you are interested to obtain a reprint of this paper please
> send an
> email with your name and address to: ears.delft at inter.nl.net, for 
>my attention.
> Andries Rosema,
> Kanaalweg 1,
> 2628 EB Delft
> ears.delft at inter.nl.net
> http://biz.inter.nl.net/ears

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