LI-6400XT Portable Photosynthesis System
The LI-6400XT is the instrument behind a rich legacy of research.
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For cutting edge photosynthesis measurements, check out the all-new LI-6800. The LI-6800 combines the latest technology and scientific advancements to provide the leading instrument for gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence measurements.
Rapid Response: Gas analyzers are located in the sensor head, minimizing time delays.
Precise and Accurate: Measure small photosynthesis rates and CO2 exchange.
Portable: Laboratory-quality measurements in a field-portable system.
A variety of applications are supported by many chambers and light sources.
Open-source software provides an unprecedented level of automation and flexibility.
Powerful networking capabilities provide a variety of data output, file sharing, remote diagnostics and training possibilities.
Complete solution: Measures fluorescence and gas exchange simultaneously over the same leaf area with full control of environmental variables.
- Reliable: LI-COR's commitment to continuous innovation and quality products (ISO 9001:2001 certified) ensures your LI-6400XT remains a smart choice for years to come.
Rugged: Can be used in environments ranging from the moist tropics to the dry arctic.
Educational webinars including details of photosynthesis measurements and custom techniques.Play
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- Walker B, Strand D, Kramer D, Cousins A. 2014. The Response of Cyclic Electron Flow around Photosystem I to Changes in Photorespiration and Nitrate Assimilation. Plant Physiology 165, 453-462.
- Laisk A, Loreto F. 1996. Determining photosynthetic parameters from leaf CO2 exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence. Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase specificity factor, dark respiration in the light, excitation distribution between photosystems, alternative electron transport rate and mesophyll diffusion resistance. Plant Physiology 110, 903-912.
- Sharkey TD, Bernacchi CJ, Farquhar GD, Singaas EL. 2007. Fitting photosynthetic carbon dioxide response curves for C3 leaves. Plant, Cell and Environment 30, 1035-1040.
- Long SP, Bernacchi CJ. 2003. Gas exchange measurements, what can they tell us about the underlying limitations to photosynthesis? Procedures and sources of error. Journal of Experimental Botany 54, 2393-2401.