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Peridinin-chlorophyll-protein complex: unravelling the unique photosynthetic apparatus of dinoflagellates in response to climatic variation

Title
Peridinin-chlorophyll-protein complex: unravelling the unique photosynthetic apparatus of dinoflagellates in response to climatic variation
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP110105200
Start Date
2011/01/01
End Date
2013/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP110105200

 

  • Light Respiratory Processes and Gross Photosynthesis in Two Scleractinian Corals

    Schrameyer, Verena; Wangpraseurt, Daniel; Hill, Ross; Kühl, Michael; Larkum, Anthony W. D.; Ralph, Peter J. (2014)
    Projects: ARC | Peridinin-chlorophyll-protein complex: unravelling the unique photosynthetic apparatus of dinoflagellates in response to climatic variation (DP110105200)
    The light dependency of respiratory activity of two scleractinian corals was examined using O2 microsensors and CO2 exchange measurements. Light respiration increased strongly but asymptotically with elevated irradiance in both species. Light respiration in Pocillopora damicornis was higher than in Pavona decussata under low irradiance, indicating species-specific differences in light-dependent metabolic processes. Overall, the coral P. decussata exhibited higher CO2 uptake rates than P. dami...
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