The processes limiting the production in higher plant phytocenoses under an artificial-light culture are analyzed in relation to the multilevel organization of the photosynthetic apparatus (PA). The authors consider the feasibility of overcoming these limitations by optimizing the physical parameters of irradiation (the structure of the light spectrum, the rate, and the ratio of radiation fluxes in photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) and infrared (IR) regions) at the molecular, leaf, plant, and cenotic levels of PA organization. To illustrate this approach, the authors used a complex experiment in an artificial ecosystem to evaluate the efficiency of the light control of production processes in multispecies phytocenoses by alleviating or removing the factors that limit plant production at the various levels of PA organization. An artificial-light culture is seen as an instrument for solving several problems of theoretical and applied plant physiology and related disciplines in the future.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 10, 2004
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