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  • Mapping individual trees from airborne multi-sensor imagery 

    Lee, Juheon (2016-10-22)
    Airborne multi-sensor imaging is increasingly used to examine vegetation properties. The advantage of using multiple types of sensor is that each detects a different feature of the vegetation, so that collectively they ...
  • Regulation of the carbon-concentrating mechanism in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii 

    Mitchell, Madeline (Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, 2015-01-06)
    Despite accounting for approximately half of global primary productivity, photosynthesis in aquatic environments is often limited by the availability of dissolved carbon dioxide (CO$_{2(aq)}$). To overcome the slow diffusion ...
  • A physiological basis to crop improvement and agronomic development 

    Ukozehasi, Celestin (2015-06-09)
    Despite of the documented impacts of the so-called green revolution, food security in the world faces new challenges in terms of population growth, increases in no-agricultural land use (urbanization), and climate change. ...
  • Energetics of maize C4 physiology under light limiting conditions 

    Bellasio, Chandra (2014-07-01)
    C4 plants have a biochemical carbon concentrating mechanism (CCM) that increases CO2 concentration around Rubisco in the bundle sheath (BS). Maize CCM has two CO2 delivery pathways to the Bundle Sheath (BS) (respectively ...

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