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Monday, December 7, 2009

BRYONET: A/Ci Curve Interpretation for Bryophytes

BRYONET

Dear Colleagues,

My work on ecophysiological responses of mosses (mainly *Syntrichia
caninervis*) to climate change has included substantial gas exchange work,
and has specifically involved the development of A/Ci curves (net CO2
assimilation rate vs. internal CO2 concentration) under different treatment
conditions.
I have yet to find information on the interpretation of these curves and the
primary parameters drawn from them (Jmax and Vcmax) for bryophytes, and
would welcome any information on this topic. I am interested to hear of any
researchers/publications that have dealt with these measurements.

Thank you,

Kirsten Coe

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Kirsten K. Coe
PhD Candidate
Cornell University
Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
E 451 Corson Hall
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