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carbon fixation


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carbon fixation

carbon fixation

carbon‐dioxide fixation

carbon-dioxide fixation

Carbon dioxide fixation in ‘Archaeoglobus lithotrophicus’: are there multiple autotrophic pathways?

Why Abaxial Illumination Limits Photosynthetic Carbon Fixation inSpinachLeaves

A survey of carbon fixation pathways through a quantitative lens

Effects of mycorrhizal colonization and elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on carbon fixation and below-ground carbon partitioning in Plantago lanceolata

Carbon Fixation, Ammonium Uptake and Regeneration in an Equatorial Lake: Biological Versus Physical Control

On the relationship between carbon fixation efficiency and bio-optical characteristics of phytoplankton

Inorganic Carbon Transport and Fixation in Cells of Anabaena variabilis Adapted to Mixotrophic Conditions

Multigene manipulation of photosynthetic carbon assimilation increases CO2 fixation and biomass yield in tobacco

Effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentration on growth and N2 fixation of young Robinia pseudoacacia

Improved analysis of C4 and C3 photosynthesis via refined in vitro assays of their carbon fixation biochemistry

Effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentration on growth and nitrogen fixation in Alnus glutinosa in a long-term field experiment

Diversity of freshwater Epsilonproteobacteria and dark inorganic carbon fixation in the sulphidic redoxcline of a meromictic karstic lake

High cell-specific rates of nitrogen and carbon fixation by the cyanobacterium Aphanizomenon sp. at low temperatures in the Baltic Sea

Comparative study of nitrogen fixation and carbon metabolism in two chick-pea (Cicer arietinum L.) cultivars under salt stress

Induction of a Crassulacean Acid-like Metabolism in the C4 Succulent Plant, Portulaca oleracea L.: Study of Enzymes Involved in Carbon Fixation and Carbohydrate Metabolism

 

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A chemical process by which carbon from the atmosphere is assimilated into organic compounds and made available to organisms through food chains. See also photosynthesis.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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