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Traffic Lights in Trichodesmium : Regulation of Photosynthesis for Nitrogen Fixation Studied by Chlorophyll Fluorescence Kinetic Microscopy

Traffic Lights in Trichodesmium : Regulation of Photosynthesis for Nitrogen Fixation Studied by Chlorophyll Fluorescence Kinetic Microscopy

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KÜPPER, Hendrik, Naila FERIMAZOVA, Ivan ETLÍK, Ilana BERMAN-FRANK, 2004. Traffic Lights in Trichodesmium : Regulation of Photosynthesis for Nitrogen Fixation Studied by Chlorophyll Fluorescence Kinetic Microscopy. In: Plant Physiology. 135(4), pp. 2120-2133. ISSN 0032-0889. Available under: doi: 10.​1104/​pp.​104.​045963

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