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    I don't understand , how could you use this to measure.
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    (Original post by manic.high.girl)
    I don't understand , how could you use this to measure.
    Net productivity = gross productivity - respiratory loss

    So gross productivity must be high, this is the rate at which the plant photosynthesises to produce organic matter. Net productivity is the amount of dry mass available to primary consumers - use the equation to calculate dry mass in relation to photosynthesis.
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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Net productivity = gross productivity - respiratory loss

    So gross productivity must be high, this is the rate at which the plant photosynthesises to produce organic matter. Net productivity is the amount of dry mass available to primary consumers - use the equation to calculate dry mass in relation to photosynthesis.
    Hi, you seem to know a lot about plant. Mind helping me with this question? http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4072157
    Thanks.
 
 
 
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