Respiratory compensation point
Elevated atmospheric CO2 decreases the ammonia compensation point of barley plants
Leaf age‐related differences in apoplastic NH4
+ concentration, pH and the NH3 compensation point for a wild perennial
Overexpression of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase from Corynebacterium glutamicum lowers the CO2 compensation point (Γ*) and enhances dark and light respiration in transgenic potato
Elevated CO2 Decreases the Photorespiratory NH3 Production but Does not Decrease the NH3 Compensation Point in Rice Leaves
Influence of temperature on measurements of the CO2 compensation point: differences between the Laisk and O2-exchange methods
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1 The light intensity at which plants do not accumulate carbon through photosynthesis, because the rate at which they fix carbon is equal to the rate at which they release carbon by respiration.
2 At a given light intensity, the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide at which the rate of carbon fixation by photosynthesis is equal to the rate at which carbon is released by respiration.
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