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FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 6, JUNE 1994

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS... IMPACTS OF ELEVATED CO2


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Item #d94jun144

"The Sensitivity of C3 Photosynthesis to Increasing CO2 Concentration: A Theoretical Analysis of Its Dependence on Temperature and Background CO2 Concentration," M.U.F. Kirschbaum (Div. Forestry, CSIRO, POB 4008, Canberra ACT 2600, Australia), Plant, Cell & Environ., 17(6), 747-754, June 1994.


Item #d94jun145

Two items from ibid., 17(4), Apr. 1994:

"The Influence of Elevated CO2 on Non-Structural Carbohydrate Distribution and Fructan Accumulation in Wheat Canopies," D.R. Smart (Dept. Plants, Soils & Biometeor., Utah State Univ., Logan UT 84322), N.J. Chatterton, B. Bugbee, 435-442.

"Speculations on Carbon Dioxide Starvation, Late Tertiary Evolution of Stomatal Regulation and Floristic Modernization," J.M. Robinson (Umweltforschungszentrum Leipzig-Halle, Permoserstr. 15, 04318 Leipzig, Ger.), 345-354.


Item #d94jun146

Two items from ibid., 17(3), Mar. 1994:

"Control of Steady-State Photosynthesis in Sunflowers Growing in Enhanced CO2," I.E. Woodrow (Bot. Dept., James Cook Univ. of N. Queensland, Townsville, Queensland 4811, Australia), 277-286.

"The Effects of UV-B Radiation on Loblolly Pine. 3. Interaction with CO2 Enhancement," J.H. Sullivan (Dept. Bot., Univ. Maryland, College Pk. MD 20742), A.H. Teramura, 311-317.


Item #d94jun147

Comment on the physiological advantage of C4 plants over C3 plants, Nature, 368(6467), 105-106, Mar. 10, 1994.


Item #d94jun148

"Contrasting Effects of Elevated CO2 on the Root and Shoot Growth of Four Native Herbs Commonly Found in Chalk Grassland," R. Ferris (Sch. Biol. Sci., Univ. Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, Sussex BN1 9QG, UK), G. Taylor, New Phytol., 125(4), 855-866, Dec. 1993.


Item #d94jun149

"Amelioration of UV-B Damage Under High Irradiance. I: Role of Photosynthesis," P. Adamse, S.J. Britz (USDA ARS, 10300 Baltimore Ave., Beltsville MD 20705), Photochem. & Photobiol., 56(5), 645-650, May 1992. Increased CO2 stimulated plant growth, counteracting the effect of UV-B on leaf growth and indicating an important role for photosynthesis.


Item #d94jun150

"Modeling the Effects of Elevated CO2 on Plants: Extrapolating Leaf Response to a Canopy," J.F. Reynolds (Dept. Bot., Duke Univ., Durham NC 27706), J.L. Chen et al., Agric. & For. Meteor., 61(1-2), 69-94, Sep. 1992.

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