Green light drives leaf photosynthesis more efficiently than red light in strong white light: Revisiting the enigmatic question of why leaves are green

Citation

Terashima, I, Fujita, T, Inoue, T et al 2009, 'Green light drives leaf photosynthesis more efficiently than red light in strong white light: Revisiting the enigmatic question of why leaves are green', Plant and Cell Physiology, vol. 50, no. 4, pp. 684-697.

Year

2009

Field of Research

  • Plant Physiology

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