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Annual carbon fixation in terrestrial populations of Nostoc commune (Cyanobacteria) from an Antarctic dry valley is driven by temperature regime / Phil M. Novis, and 7 others.

Title: Annual carbon fixation in terrestrial populations of Nostoc commune (Cyanobacteria) from an Antarctic dry valley is driven by temperature regime / Phil M. Novis, and 7 others.
Author(s): Novis, Phil M.
Date: 2007.
Publisher: Oxford: Blackwell Publishing
Abstract: Understanding environmental constraints on net carbon fixation by cyanobacteria Nostoc commune, conspicuous terrestrial primary producer in Victoria Land, Antarctica, is necessary to determine effects of environmental changes on ecological functioning of ice-free areas of Antarctica. This study uses model constructed using field and laboratory measurement in which N. commune colonies were exposed to different combinations of incident irradiance, temperature, and degree of desiccation. Results indicate that in terrestrial habitat, N. commune compromises between ability to capitalize on short periods of higher temperature and efficient utilization of lower irradiance at low temperature. Relationship between thermal time (accumulated hours above 0°C during year) and net annual carbon fixation by N. commune is strongly linear.
Notes:

Offprint: Global Change Biology. Vol. 13.

Keywords: 574 -- Ecology.
574.4 -- Ecology, terrestrial.
574.24 -- Habitat conditions, effect of alterations.
58 -- Botany.
58.032 -- Plants, influence of moisture.
58.035 -- Plants, influence of light.
58.036 -- Plants, influence of temperature.
574.45 -- Productivity, terrestrial.
582.232 -- Cyanophyceae.
579 -- Microbiology and bacteriology.
581.132 -- Photosynthesis.
581.12 -- Plant respiration.
631.4 -- Soil science.
519.673 -- Modelling.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1955- New Zealand Antarctic Programme.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 2004-05 NZAP.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1955- US Antarctic Program.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 2004-05 USAP.
.000(410) -- British author.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*76) -- Ross Dependency.
(*762.4) -- Scott Coast.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-PAM: (*7) : 574.4
SPRI record no.: 186360

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