By J. B. (EDITOR); CRAGG
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These metabolic procewa are partially enzyme regulated and henos may be genetically 24 DAVID M. 7. Lezf temperature as a function of the internal diffusion resistance for a leaf of characterietic dimension 5 om, in air at 35°C in still air for venous amounts of absorbed radiation znd relative humidities. determined as well as environmentally influenced. Much remains to be done hcre in order to understand these basic metabolic events. In fact, a considerable amount of understanding of plants in the ecosystem may hinge cn understanding these enzyme controlled metabolic proceeses.
The internal diffusion resistance to the loss of water vapor through the stomates depends upon the size, shape, and number density of stomates which in turn are genotypically controlled as well as phenotypically influenced. Through the diffusion resistance strong control of TOWABD UNDEBSTANDINQ EQOBYSTEYB 23 transpiration is exercised and considerable oontrol over leaf temperature. There ie also strong control over the rate at which carbon dioxide can diffuse into the meaophyll through the stomatal channel and hence a control on photosynthesis.
Cell enlargement, growth, and increased mam will occur for many plants during darkness as well ( ~ 8during daylight. If the basic functional relationships are known between the rate of dry weight i n c r e w per unit leaf area and leaf temperature aa well as with the light level, then once again the statistical approach can be applied for summing up the effects of many leaves and many units or volumes of leaves with various climat,ic conditions. Much work has been done to determine production of vegetation in terms of the rate of dry weight increase per unit leaf area as a function of the growing season on a week by week basis.
Advances in Ecological Research, Vol. 5 by J. B. (EDITOR); CRAGG