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carbon sink

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carbon sinks

What determines carbon partitioning between competing sinks?

Carbon sink potential of radiata pine plantations in Chile

Biomass carbon sinks in Japanese forests: 1966–2012

Uncertainty analysis of forest carbon sink forecast with varying measurement errors: a data assimilation approach

Condensed tannin biosynthesis and polymerization synergistically condition carbon use, defense, sink strength and growth in Populus

Increasing carbon sinks in European forests: effects of afforestation and changes in mean growing stock volume

The alternative respiratory pathway allows sink to cope with changes in carbon availability in the sink-limited plant Erythronium americanum

Photosynthetic Carbon Reduction and Carbon Oxidation Cycles are the Main Electron Sinks for Photosystem II Activity During a Mild Drought

Carbon-use efficiency in green sinks is increased when a blend of apoplastic fructose and glucose is available for uptake

Increased understanding of nutrient immobilization in soil organic matter is critical for predicting the carbon sink strength of forest ecosystems over the next 100 years

Role of transitory carbon reserves during adjustment to climate variability and source–sink imbalances in oil palm (Elaeis guineensis)

Carbon flow and carbohydrate metabolism during sink-to-source transition for developing cladodes of Opuntia ficus-indica

A CAM- and starch-deficient mutant of the facultative CAM species Mesembryanthemum crystallinum reconciles sink demands by repartitioning carbon during acclimation to salinity

Simulation of carbon allocation and organ growth variability in apple tree by connecting architectural and source–sink models

 

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A phenomenon, such as a forest or ocean, which can absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide. Palmroth et al. (2006) Procs Nat. Acad. Sci. US 103 report that the above-ground sink strength in forests controls the allocation of carbon below ground.

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