Mathematical model of photosynthesis regulation accounts for the effects of changes in external conditions and observed oscillations

Sazanov LA, Karavaev VA, Kukushkin AK. 1988. Mathematical model of photosynthesis regulation accounts for the effects of changes in external conditions and observed oscillations. J. Phys. Chem-Russia. 52, 3351–3354.

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Sazanov, Leonid AIST Austria ; Karavaev, V A; Kukushkin, A K
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1988-01-01
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J. Phys. Chem-Russia
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52
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3351 - 3354
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Sazanov LA, Karavaev VA, Kukushkin AK. Mathematical model of photosynthesis regulation accounts for the effects of changes in external conditions and observed oscillations. J Phys Chem-Russia. 1988;52:3351-3354.
Sazanov, L. A., Karavaev, V. A., & Kukushkin, A. K. (1988). Mathematical model of photosynthesis regulation accounts for the effects of changes in external conditions and observed oscillations. J. Phys. Chem-Russia. Elsevier.
Sazanov, Leonid A, V A Karavaev, and A K Kukushkin. “Mathematical Model of Photosynthesis Regulation Accounts for the Effects of Changes in External Conditions and Observed Oscillations.” J. Phys. Chem-Russia. Elsevier, 1988.
L. A. Sazanov, V. A. Karavaev, and A. K. Kukushkin, “Mathematical model of photosynthesis regulation accounts for the effects of changes in external conditions and observed oscillations,” J. Phys. Chem-Russia, vol. 52. Elsevier, pp. 3351–3354, 1988.
Sazanov LA, Karavaev VA, Kukushkin AK. 1988. Mathematical model of photosynthesis regulation accounts for the effects of changes in external conditions and observed oscillations. J. Phys. Chem-Russia. 52, 3351–3354.
Sazanov, Leonid A., et al. “Mathematical Model of Photosynthesis Regulation Accounts for the Effects of Changes in External Conditions and Observed Oscillations.” J. Phys. Chem-Russia, vol. 52, Elsevier, 1988, pp. 3351–54.

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