The Effect of Dust on Photosynthesis and its Significance for Roadside Plants
Dust scraped from a car exhaust and ground to a particle size range of 1-10 μm was applied at measured rates to leaves Viburnum tinus. Its effects on photosynthesis and leaf diffusion resistance were measured over a range of light intensities.
Thompson, J.R., P.W. Mueller, W. Flückiger, and A.J. Rutter. 1984. The effect of dust on photosynthesis and its significance for roadside plants. Environmental Pollution (Series A) 34(1984):171–190.
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