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THE EFFECT OF ULTRAVIOLET-B STRESS ON PHOTOSYSTEM II EFFICIENCY IN BARLEY PLANT

Year 2012, Volume 2, Issue 1, 9 - 19, 21.03.2012

Abstract

This study was conducted to investigate the effect of UV-B radiation with different exposure times (0, 1, 3 and 5 hours) on photosystem II (PSII) efficiency of barley (Hordeum vulgare L., Bülbül 89) leaves. The polyphasic rise (OJIP) in the chlorophyll a fluorescence was used to evaluate the effect
of UV-B stress on the efficiency of PSII. UV-B stress significantly affected the functional parameters and structural parameters calculated by JIP-Test. The effect of UV-B with different application times on polyphasic chlorophyll a fluorescence parameters are discussed from the perspective of evaluating the relative importance of UV-B of donor and acceptor side capacity in PSII.

References

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  • Albert, K.R., Mikkelsen, T.N. and Ro-Poulsen, H. (2008). Ambient UV-B radiation de- creases photosynthesis in high arctic Vac- cinium uliginosum. Physiologia Planta- rum 133, 199-210.
  • Albert, K.R., Mikkelsen, T.N., Ro-Poulsen, H., Arndal, M.F. and Michelsen, A. (2010a). Ambient UV-B radiation reduces PSII performance and net photosynthesis in high Arctic Salix arctica. Environmental and Experimental Botany, (in press), doi:10.1016/j.envexpbot.2010.07.001
  • Albert, K.R., Mikkelsen, T.N., Ro-Poulsen, H., Michelsen, A., Arndal, M.F., Bredahl, L., Hakansson, K.B., Boesgaard, K. and Schmidt, N.M. (2010b). Improved UV-B screening capacity does not prevent nega- tive effects of ambient UV irradiance on PSII performance in High Arctic plants. Results from a six year UV exclusion study. Journal of Plant Physiology 167, 1542-1549.
  • Allen, D.J., Nogues, S. and Baker, N.R. (1998). Ozone depletion and increased UV-B ra- diation: is there a real threat to photosyn- thesis? Journal of Experimental Botany 49, 1775-1788.
  • Bieza, K. and Lois, R. (2001). An Arabidopsis mutant tolerant to lethal ultraviolet-B levels shows constitutively elevated ac- cumulation of flavonoids and other phe- nolics. Plant Physiology 126, 1105-1115.
  • Cao, J. Govindjee (1990). Chlorophyll a fluo- rescence transient as an indicator of active and inactive photosystem II in thylakoid membranes. Biochimica et Biophysica Ac- ta 1015, 180-188.
  • Correia, C.M., Areal, E.L.V., Torres-Pereira, M.S. and Torres-Pereira, J.M.G. (1999). Intraspesific variation in sensitivity to ultraviolet-B radiation in maize grown under field conditions. II. Physiological and biochemical aspects. Field Crops Re- searh 62, 97-105.
  • Çakırlar, H., Çiçek, N., Fedina, I., Georgieva, K., Doğru, A. and Velitchkova, M. (2008). NaCl induced cross-acclimation to UV-B radiation in four barley (Hor- deum vulgare L.) cultivars. Acta Physi- ologiae Plantarum 30, 561-567.
  • Çiçek, N. and Çakırlar, H. (2006). Fotosentezi ölçme yöntemleri: Klorofil fluoresansı. Anadolu Üniversitesi, Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi 7(3), 295-302.
  • Demmig, B. and Björkman, O. (1987). Com- parison of the effect of excessive light on chlorophyll fluorescence (77K) and pho- ton yield of O2 evolution in leaves of higher plants. Planta 171, 171-184.
  • Epitalawage, N., Eggenberg, P. and Strasser, R.J. (2003). Use of fast chlorophyll a flu- orescence technique in detecting drought and salinity tolerant chickpea (Cicer ari- etinum L.) varieties. Archives des Sci- ences Genève 56(2), 79-93.
  • Fedina, I., Grigorova, I. and Georgieva, K. (2003). Response of barley seedlings to UV-B radiation as affected by NaCl. Journal of Plant Physiology 160, 205- 208.
  • Greenberg, B.M., Wilson, M.I., Gerhardt, K.E. and Wilson, K.E. (1996). Morphological and physiological responses of Brassica napus to ultraviolet-B radiation: photo- modification of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase and potential ac- climation processes. Journal of Plant Physiology 148, 78-85.
  • Han, S., Tang, N., Jiang, H.X., Yang, L.T., Li, Y. and Chen, L.S. (2009). CO2 assimila- tion, photosystem II photochemistry, car- bohydrate metabolism and antioxidant system of citrus leaves in response to bo- ron stress. Plant Science, 176, 143-153.
  • Hightower, K.R., McCready, J.P. and Borch- man, D. (1994). Membrane damage in UV-irradiated lenses. Photochemistry and Photobiology 4, 485-490.
  • Hollosy, F. (2002). Effects of ultraviolet radia- tion on plant cells. Micron 33, 179-197.
  • Kautsky, H. and Hirsch, A. (1931). Neue Ver- suche Naturwissenschaften 19, 96.
  • Krause, G.H. and Weis, E. (1991). Chlorophyll fluorescence and photosynthesis: The ba- sics. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 42, 313- 349.
  • Mackerness, S.A.H. (2000). Plant responses to ultraviolet-B (UV-B: 280–320 nm) stress: What are the key regulators? Plant Growth Regulation 32, 27-39.
  • Maxwell, K. and Johnson, G.N. (2000). Chloro- phyll fluorescence - a practical guide. Journal of Experimental Botany 51(345), 659-668.
  • Mishra, V., Srivastava, G., Prasad, S.M. and Abraham, G. (2008). Growth, photosyn- thetic pigments and photosynthetic activ- ity during seedling stage of cowpea (Vi- gna unguiculata) in response to UV-B and dimethoate. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 92, 30-37.
  • Mohammed, G.H., Binder, W.D. and Gillies, S.L. (1995). Chlorophyll fluorescence: A review of its practical forestry applica- tions and instrumentation. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 10, 383-410.
  • Osmond, C.B., Ramus, J., Levavasseur, G., Franklin, L.A. and Henley, W.J. (1993). Fluorescence quenching during photosyn- thesis and photoinhibition of Ulva rotun- data Blid. Planta 190, 97-106.
  • Oukarroum, A., Schansker, G. and Strasser, R.J. (2009). Drought stress effects on photo- system I content and photosystem II thermotolerance analyzed using Chl a fluorescence kinetics in barley varieties differing in their drought tolerance. Physiologia Plantarum 137, 188-199.
  • Qaderi, M.M. and Reid, D.M. (2005). Growth and physiological responses of canola (Brassica napus) to UV-B and CO2 under controlled environment conditions. Physi- ologia Plantarum 125, 247-259.
  • Reigosa, M.J. and Weiss, O. (2001). Fluores- cence techniques. In: Reigosa MJ (Ed) Handbook of Plant Ecophysiology Tech- niques. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands 155-171.
  • Ros, J. and Tevini, M. (1995). Interaction of UV-radiation and IAA during growth of seedlings and hypokotyl segments of sun- flower. Journal of Plant Physiology 146, 295-302.
  • Saile-Mark, M. and Tevini, M. (1997). Effects of solar UV-B radiation on growth, flow- ering and yield of central and southern European bush bean cultivars (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Plant Ecology 128, 115-125.
  • Schansker, G., Toth, S.Z. and Strasser, R.J. (2006). Dark recovery of the Chl a fluo- rescence transient (OJIP) after light adap- tation: The qT-component of non- photochemical quenching is related to an activated photosystem I acceptor side. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1757, 787- 797.
  • Schreiber, U. and Neubauer, C. (1987). The polyphasic rise of chlorophyll fluores- cence upon onset of strong continuous il- lumination: II. Partial control by the Pho- tosystem II donor side and possible ways of interpretation. Zeitschrift für Naturfor- schung 42c, 1255-1264.
  • Strasser, R.J. (1978). The grouping model of plant photosynthesis. In: Akoyunoglou G (Ed) Chloroplast development. Elsevier, North Holland 513-524.
  • Strasser, R.J. (1981). The grouping model of plant photosynthesis: heterogeneity of photosynthetic units in thylakoids. In: Akoyunoglou G (Ed) Photosynthesis III. Structure and molecular organisation of the photosynthetic apparatus. Balaban In- ternational Science Services, Philadelphia 727-737.
  • Strasser, B.J. and Strasser, R.J. (1995). Measur- ing fast fluorescence transients to address environmental questions: The JIP test. In: Mathis P (Ed) Photosynthesis: from light to Dordrecht 977-980. Academic,
  • Strasser, R.J., Srivastava, A. and Govindjee, (1995). Polyphasic chlorophyll a fluores- cence transient in plants and cyanobacte- ria. Photochemistry and Photobiology 61, 32-42.
  • Strasser, R.J., Tsimilli-Michael, M. and Greppin, H. (1997). How excitation en- ergy distribution indicates the complexity of a developing and to the environment adapting photosynthetic apparatus. In: Greppin H, Penel C, Simon P (Eds) Trav- elling Shot on Plant Development. Ro- chat-Baumann, Imprimerie Nationale, Genève 99-129.
  • Strasser, R.J., Srivastava, A. and Tsimilli- Michael, M. (2000). The fluorescence transient as a tool to characterize and screen photosynthetic samples. In: Yunus M, Pathre U, Mohanty P (Eds) Probing photosynthesis: Mechanism, regulation and adaptation. Taylor and Francis, Lon- don 443-480.
  • Strasser, R.J., Tsimilli-Michael, M. and Srivastava, A. (2004). Analysis of the chlorophyll a fluorescence transient. In: Papageorgiou G, Govindjee (Eds) Chlo- rophyll a Fluorescence - a signature of photosynthesis. Advances in photosynthe- sis and respiration. Springer, The Nether- lands 19, 321-362.
  • Strid, A., Chow, W.S. and Anderson, J.M. (1994). UV-B damage and protection at the molecular level in plants. Photosyn- thesis Research 39, 475-489.
  • Surabhi, G., Reddy, K.R. and Singh, S.K. (2009). Photosynthesis, fluorescence, shoot biomass and seed weight responses of three cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.)Walp.) cultivars with contrasting sen- sitivity to UV-B radiation. Environmental and Experimental Botany 66, 160-171.
  • Teramura, A.H. and Sullivan, J.H. (1994). Effect of UV-B radiation on photosynthesis and growth of terrestrial plants. Photosynthe- sis Research 39, 463-473.
  • Tevini, M. (1994). UV-B effects on terrestrial plants and aquatic organisms. Progress in Botany 55, 174-190.
  • Tevini, M. (2004). Plant responses to ultraviolet radiation stress. In: Papageorgiou G, Go- vindjee (Eds) Chlorophyll a Fluorescence - a signature of photosynthesis. Advances in Springer, The Netherlands 19, 605-621. and respiration.
  • Tevini, M., Braun, J. and Fieser, G. (1991). The protective function of epidermal layer of rice seedlings against ultraviolet-B radia- tion. Photochemistry and Photobiology 53, 329-333.
  • Toth, S.Z., Schansker, G., Kissimon, J., Kovacs, L., Garab, G. and Strasser, R.J. (2005). Biophysical studies of photosystem II- related recovery processes after a heat pulse in barley seedlings (Hordeum vul- gare L.). Journal Plant Physiology 162, 181-194.
  • Tsimilli-Michael, M. and Strasser, R.J. (2008). In vivo assessment of stress impact on plants’ vitality: applications in detecting and evaluating the beneficial role of my- corrhization on host plants. In: Varma A (Ed) Mycorrhiza: State of the Art, Genet- ics and Molecular Biology: Eco-function, Biotechnology, Eco-physiology, Structure and Systematics. Springer, Berlin 679- 703.
  • Wang, G., Hao, Z., Anken, R.H., Lu, J. and Liu, Y. (2010). Effects of UV-B radiation on photosynthesis activity of Wolffia arrhiza as probed by chlorophyll fluorescence transients. Advances in Space Research 45, 839-845.
  • Wilson, M.I and Greenberg, B.M. (1993). Pro- tection of the D1 photosystem II reaction center protein from degradation in ultra- violet radiation following adaptation of Brassica napus L. to growth in ultravio- let-B. Photochemistry and Photobiology 57, 556-5563.

ARPA BİTKİSINDE ULTRAVIYOLE-B STRESİNİN FOTOSİSTEM II ETKİNLİĞİ ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ

Year 2012, Volume 2, Issue 1, 9 - 19, 21.03.2012

Abstract

Bu çalışma, farklı sürelerde [0 (kontrol), 1, 3 ve 5 saat] UV-B ışımasının arpa (Hordeum vulgare L., Bülbül 89) yapraklarının fotosistem II (PSII) etkinliği üzerine etkisini araştırmak için yapılmıştır. UV-B stresinin, PSII etkinliği üzerine etkisini değerlendirmek için klorofil a fluoresansındaki polifazik artış (OJIP) kullanılmıştır. UV-B stresi, arpa bitkisinin JIP-Testine göre hesaplanan fonksiyonel parametrelerini ve yapısal parametrelerini önemli düzeyde etkilemiştir. Farklı sürelerdeki UV-B’nin polifazik klorofil a fluoresansı üzerine etkisi, PSII’nin donör ve akseptör kısmının kısmi öneminin değerlendirilmesi perspektifinden tartışılmıştır

References

  • Albert, K.R., Mikkelsen, T.N. and Ro-Poulsen, H. (2005). Effects of ambient versus re- duced UV-B radiation on high arctic Salix arctica assesed by measurements and cal- culations of chlorophyll-a fluorescence parameters from fluorescence transients. Physiologia Plantarum 124, 208-226.
  • Albert, K.R., Mikkelsen, T.N. and Ro-Poulsen, H. (2008). Ambient UV-B radiation de- creases photosynthesis in high arctic Vac- cinium uliginosum. Physiologia Planta- rum 133, 199-210.
  • Albert, K.R., Mikkelsen, T.N., Ro-Poulsen, H., Arndal, M.F. and Michelsen, A. (2010a). Ambient UV-B radiation reduces PSII performance and net photosynthesis in high Arctic Salix arctica. Environmental and Experimental Botany, (in press), doi:10.1016/j.envexpbot.2010.07.001
  • Albert, K.R., Mikkelsen, T.N., Ro-Poulsen, H., Michelsen, A., Arndal, M.F., Bredahl, L., Hakansson, K.B., Boesgaard, K. and Schmidt, N.M. (2010b). Improved UV-B screening capacity does not prevent nega- tive effects of ambient UV irradiance on PSII performance in High Arctic plants. Results from a six year UV exclusion study. Journal of Plant Physiology 167, 1542-1549.
  • Allen, D.J., Nogues, S. and Baker, N.R. (1998). Ozone depletion and increased UV-B ra- diation: is there a real threat to photosyn- thesis? Journal of Experimental Botany 49, 1775-1788.
  • Bieza, K. and Lois, R. (2001). An Arabidopsis mutant tolerant to lethal ultraviolet-B levels shows constitutively elevated ac- cumulation of flavonoids and other phe- nolics. Plant Physiology 126, 1105-1115.
  • Cao, J. Govindjee (1990). Chlorophyll a fluo- rescence transient as an indicator of active and inactive photosystem II in thylakoid membranes. Biochimica et Biophysica Ac- ta 1015, 180-188.
  • Correia, C.M., Areal, E.L.V., Torres-Pereira, M.S. and Torres-Pereira, J.M.G. (1999). Intraspesific variation in sensitivity to ultraviolet-B radiation in maize grown under field conditions. II. Physiological and biochemical aspects. Field Crops Re- searh 62, 97-105.
  • Çakırlar, H., Çiçek, N., Fedina, I., Georgieva, K., Doğru, A. and Velitchkova, M. (2008). NaCl induced cross-acclimation to UV-B radiation in four barley (Hor- deum vulgare L.) cultivars. Acta Physi- ologiae Plantarum 30, 561-567.
  • Çiçek, N. and Çakırlar, H. (2006). Fotosentezi ölçme yöntemleri: Klorofil fluoresansı. Anadolu Üniversitesi, Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi 7(3), 295-302.
  • Demmig, B. and Björkman, O. (1987). Com- parison of the effect of excessive light on chlorophyll fluorescence (77K) and pho- ton yield of O2 evolution in leaves of higher plants. Planta 171, 171-184.
  • Epitalawage, N., Eggenberg, P. and Strasser, R.J. (2003). Use of fast chlorophyll a flu- orescence technique in detecting drought and salinity tolerant chickpea (Cicer ari- etinum L.) varieties. Archives des Sci- ences Genève 56(2), 79-93.
  • Fedina, I., Grigorova, I. and Georgieva, K. (2003). Response of barley seedlings to UV-B radiation as affected by NaCl. Journal of Plant Physiology 160, 205- 208.
  • Greenberg, B.M., Wilson, M.I., Gerhardt, K.E. and Wilson, K.E. (1996). Morphological and physiological responses of Brassica napus to ultraviolet-B radiation: photo- modification of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase and potential ac- climation processes. Journal of Plant Physiology 148, 78-85.
  • Han, S., Tang, N., Jiang, H.X., Yang, L.T., Li, Y. and Chen, L.S. (2009). CO2 assimila- tion, photosystem II photochemistry, car- bohydrate metabolism and antioxidant system of citrus leaves in response to bo- ron stress. Plant Science, 176, 143-153.
  • Hightower, K.R., McCready, J.P. and Borch- man, D. (1994). Membrane damage in UV-irradiated lenses. Photochemistry and Photobiology 4, 485-490.
  • Hollosy, F. (2002). Effects of ultraviolet radia- tion on plant cells. Micron 33, 179-197.
  • Kautsky, H. and Hirsch, A. (1931). Neue Ver- suche Naturwissenschaften 19, 96.
  • Krause, G.H. and Weis, E. (1991). Chlorophyll fluorescence and photosynthesis: The ba- sics. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 42, 313- 349.
  • Mackerness, S.A.H. (2000). Plant responses to ultraviolet-B (UV-B: 280–320 nm) stress: What are the key regulators? Plant Growth Regulation 32, 27-39.
  • Maxwell, K. and Johnson, G.N. (2000). Chloro- phyll fluorescence - a practical guide. Journal of Experimental Botany 51(345), 659-668.
  • Mishra, V., Srivastava, G., Prasad, S.M. and Abraham, G. (2008). Growth, photosyn- thetic pigments and photosynthetic activ- ity during seedling stage of cowpea (Vi- gna unguiculata) in response to UV-B and dimethoate. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 92, 30-37.
  • Mohammed, G.H., Binder, W.D. and Gillies, S.L. (1995). Chlorophyll fluorescence: A review of its practical forestry applica- tions and instrumentation. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 10, 383-410.
  • Osmond, C.B., Ramus, J., Levavasseur, G., Franklin, L.A. and Henley, W.J. (1993). Fluorescence quenching during photosyn- thesis and photoinhibition of Ulva rotun- data Blid. Planta 190, 97-106.
  • Oukarroum, A., Schansker, G. and Strasser, R.J. (2009). Drought stress effects on photo- system I content and photosystem II thermotolerance analyzed using Chl a fluorescence kinetics in barley varieties differing in their drought tolerance. Physiologia Plantarum 137, 188-199.
  • Qaderi, M.M. and Reid, D.M. (2005). Growth and physiological responses of canola (Brassica napus) to UV-B and CO2 under controlled environment conditions. Physi- ologia Plantarum 125, 247-259.
  • Reigosa, M.J. and Weiss, O. (2001). Fluores- cence techniques. In: Reigosa MJ (Ed) Handbook of Plant Ecophysiology Tech- niques. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands 155-171.
  • Ros, J. and Tevini, M. (1995). Interaction of UV-radiation and IAA during growth of seedlings and hypokotyl segments of sun- flower. Journal of Plant Physiology 146, 295-302.
  • Saile-Mark, M. and Tevini, M. (1997). Effects of solar UV-B radiation on growth, flow- ering and yield of central and southern European bush bean cultivars (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Plant Ecology 128, 115-125.
  • Schansker, G., Toth, S.Z. and Strasser, R.J. (2006). Dark recovery of the Chl a fluo- rescence transient (OJIP) after light adap- tation: The qT-component of non- photochemical quenching is related to an activated photosystem I acceptor side. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1757, 787- 797.
  • Schreiber, U. and Neubauer, C. (1987). The polyphasic rise of chlorophyll fluores- cence upon onset of strong continuous il- lumination: II. Partial control by the Pho- tosystem II donor side and possible ways of interpretation. Zeitschrift für Naturfor- schung 42c, 1255-1264.
  • Strasser, R.J. (1978). The grouping model of plant photosynthesis. In: Akoyunoglou G (Ed) Chloroplast development. Elsevier, North Holland 513-524.
  • Strasser, R.J. (1981). The grouping model of plant photosynthesis: heterogeneity of photosynthetic units in thylakoids. In: Akoyunoglou G (Ed) Photosynthesis III. Structure and molecular organisation of the photosynthetic apparatus. Balaban In- ternational Science Services, Philadelphia 727-737.
  • Strasser, B.J. and Strasser, R.J. (1995). Measur- ing fast fluorescence transients to address environmental questions: The JIP test. In: Mathis P (Ed) Photosynthesis: from light to Dordrecht 977-980. Academic,
  • Strasser, R.J., Srivastava, A. and Govindjee, (1995). Polyphasic chlorophyll a fluores- cence transient in plants and cyanobacte- ria. Photochemistry and Photobiology 61, 32-42.
  • Strasser, R.J., Tsimilli-Michael, M. and Greppin, H. (1997). How excitation en- ergy distribution indicates the complexity of a developing and to the environment adapting photosynthetic apparatus. In: Greppin H, Penel C, Simon P (Eds) Trav- elling Shot on Plant Development. Ro- chat-Baumann, Imprimerie Nationale, Genève 99-129.
  • Strasser, R.J., Srivastava, A. and Tsimilli- Michael, M. (2000). The fluorescence transient as a tool to characterize and screen photosynthetic samples. In: Yunus M, Pathre U, Mohanty P (Eds) Probing photosynthesis: Mechanism, regulation and adaptation. Taylor and Francis, Lon- don 443-480.
  • Strasser, R.J., Tsimilli-Michael, M. and Srivastava, A. (2004). Analysis of the chlorophyll a fluorescence transient. In: Papageorgiou G, Govindjee (Eds) Chlo- rophyll a Fluorescence - a signature of photosynthesis. Advances in photosynthe- sis and respiration. Springer, The Nether- lands 19, 321-362.
  • Strid, A., Chow, W.S. and Anderson, J.M. (1994). UV-B damage and protection at the molecular level in plants. Photosyn- thesis Research 39, 475-489.
  • Surabhi, G., Reddy, K.R. and Singh, S.K. (2009). Photosynthesis, fluorescence, shoot biomass and seed weight responses of three cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.)Walp.) cultivars with contrasting sen- sitivity to UV-B radiation. Environmental and Experimental Botany 66, 160-171.
  • Teramura, A.H. and Sullivan, J.H. (1994). Effect of UV-B radiation on photosynthesis and growth of terrestrial plants. Photosynthe- sis Research 39, 463-473.
  • Tevini, M. (1994). UV-B effects on terrestrial plants and aquatic organisms. Progress in Botany 55, 174-190.
  • Tevini, M. (2004). Plant responses to ultraviolet radiation stress. In: Papageorgiou G, Go- vindjee (Eds) Chlorophyll a Fluorescence - a signature of photosynthesis. Advances in Springer, The Netherlands 19, 605-621. and respiration.
  • Tevini, M., Braun, J. and Fieser, G. (1991). The protective function of epidermal layer of rice seedlings against ultraviolet-B radia- tion. Photochemistry and Photobiology 53, 329-333.
  • Toth, S.Z., Schansker, G., Kissimon, J., Kovacs, L., Garab, G. and Strasser, R.J. (2005). Biophysical studies of photosystem II- related recovery processes after a heat pulse in barley seedlings (Hordeum vul- gare L.). Journal Plant Physiology 162, 181-194.
  • Tsimilli-Michael, M. and Strasser, R.J. (2008). In vivo assessment of stress impact on plants’ vitality: applications in detecting and evaluating the beneficial role of my- corrhization on host plants. In: Varma A (Ed) Mycorrhiza: State of the Art, Genet- ics and Molecular Biology: Eco-function, Biotechnology, Eco-physiology, Structure and Systematics. Springer, Berlin 679- 703.
  • Wang, G., Hao, Z., Anken, R.H., Lu, J. and Liu, Y. (2010). Effects of UV-B radiation on photosynthesis activity of Wolffia arrhiza as probed by chlorophyll fluorescence transients. Advances in Space Research 45, 839-845.
  • Wilson, M.I and Greenberg, B.M. (1993). Pro- tection of the D1 photosystem II reaction center protein from degradation in ultra- violet radiation following adaptation of Brassica napus L. to growth in ultravio- let-B. Photochemistry and Photobiology 57, 556-5563.

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ISNAD Çiçek, Nuran , Çakırlar, Hüsnü , Strasser, Reto . "THE EFFECT OF ULTRAVIOLET-B STRESS ON PHOTOSYSTEM II EFFICIENCY IN BARLEY PLANT". Anadolu University Journal of Science and Technology C - Life Sciences and Biotechnology 2 / 1 (March 2012): 9-19 .
AMA Çiçek N. , Çakırlar H. , Strasser R. THE EFFECT OF ULTRAVIOLET-B STRESS ON PHOTOSYSTEM II EFFICIENCY IN BARLEY PLANT. Anadolu University Journal of Science and Technology C - Life Sciences and Biotechnology. 2012; 2(1): 9-19.
Vancouver Çiçek N. , Çakırlar H. , Strasser R. THE EFFECT OF ULTRAVIOLET-B STRESS ON PHOTOSYSTEM II EFFICIENCY IN BARLEY PLANT. Anadolu University Journal of Science and Technology C - Life Sciences and Biotechnology. 2012; 2(1): 9-19.
IEEE N. Çiçek , H. Çakırlar and R. Strasser , "THE EFFECT OF ULTRAVIOLET-B STRESS ON PHOTOSYSTEM II EFFICIENCY IN BARLEY PLANT", Anadolu University Journal of Science and Technology C - Life Sciences and Biotechnology, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 9-19, Mar. 2012