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2.3.5 - References for photorespiration

Atkins CA, Canvin DT, Foch H (1971) Intermediary metabolism of photosynthesis in relation to carbon dioxide evolution in sunflower. In MD Hatch, CB Osmond, RO Slatyer, eds, Photosynthesis and Photorespiration. John Wiley, New York, pp 497-505

Hatch MD, Slack CR (1966) Photosynthesis by sugarcane leaves. A new carboxylation reaction and the pathway of sugar formation. Biochem J 101: 103-111

Kisaki T, Tolbert NE (1969) Glycolate and glyoxylate metabolism by isolated peroxisomes and chloroplasts. Plant Physiol 44: 242-250

Lloyd ND, Canvin DT, Culver DA (1977) Photosynthesis and photorespiration in algae. Plant Physiol 70: 1637-1640

Ludwig LJ, Canvin DT (1971) The rate of photorespiration during photosynthesis and the relationship of the substrate of light respiration to the products of photosynthesis in sunflower leaves. Plant Physiol 48: 712-719

Meidner HA (1962) The minimum intercellular-space CO2 concentration of maize leaves and its influence on stomatal movements. J Exp Bot 13: 284-293

Ogren WL (1984) Photorespiration: pathways, regulation and modification. Annu Rev Plant Physiol 35: 415-442

Ogren WL, Bowes G (1971) Ribulose diphosphate carboxylase regulates soybean photosynthesis. Nature New Biol 230: 159-160

Sage RF, Sage TL, Kocacinar F (2012) Photorespiration and the evolution of C4 photosynthesis. Annu Rev Plant Biol 63: 19-47.

Tregunna EB, Krotkov G, Nelson CD (1966) Effect of oxygen on the rate of photorespiration in detached tobacco leaves. Physiol Plant 19: 723-733

Warburg O, Krippahl G (1960) Glykolsaurebildung in Chlorella. Z Naturforsch 15b: 197-199

Wang D, Waygood ER (1962) Carbon metabolism of 14CO2 labelled amino acids in wheat leaves. I. A pathway of glyoxylate-serine metabolism. Plant Physiol 37: 826-832

Zelitch I (1966) Increased rate of net photosynthetic carbon dioxide uptake caused by the inhibition of glycolate oxidase. Plant Physiol 41: 1623-1631