An analytical model for gas exchange studies of photosynthesis Public Deposited

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  • A steady-state model designed especially for analysis of gas exchange studies of terrestrial net photosynthesis is discussed. The model expresses net photosynthesis as a function of light, temperature, CO₂ concentration, stomatal resistance, and other factors. The parameters of the model are estimated from data by nonlinear least-squares. The data set must consist of simultaneous observations of net photosynthesis, light energy, leaf temperature, and leaf resistance. The model accounted for 89% of the variance in the data set and gave good predictions of photosynthesis. This model can be used for data analysis and as a process model for simulation.
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