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Diurnal changes in chlorophyll fluorescence in four species of bamboo

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Diurnal changes in chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics in leaves of four bamboo species (Guadua angustifolia, Bambusa tulda, Dendrocalamus giganteus and Dendrocalamus strictus) grown under nursery conditions were recorded in June 2001. Photochemical efficiency of photosystem (PS) 2 measured as Fv /Fm ratio, varied with species and with the time of observation. Absolute parameters of chlorophyll fluorescence (F0, Fm and Fv) and Fv /Fm ratio were increased significantly from morning (1000 h) to afternoon (1600 h) in all species. G. angustifolia and B. tulda showed midday depression in Fv /Fm ratio at 1400 h while the other two species showed only constant values of Fv /Fm ratio for one hour. Hence, the chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics and midday depression in Fv /Fm ratio is species specific.


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