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    1. Matsuoka, M; Furbank, RT; Fukayama, H; Miyao, M
      Molecular engineering of C-4 photosynthesis

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Le Roux, X; Walcroft, AS; Daudet, FA; Sinoquet, H; Chaves, MM; Rodrigues, A; Osorio, L
      Photosynthetic light acclimation in peach leaves: importance of changes inmass : area ratio, nitrogen concentration, and leaf nitrogen partitioning

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Dreyer, E; Le Roux, X; Montpied, P; Daudet, FA; Masson, F
      Temperature response of leaf photosynthetic capacity in seedlings from seven temperate tree species

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Mediavilla, S; Escudero, A; Heilmeier, H
      Internal leaf anatomy and photosynthetic resource-use efficiency: interspecific and intraspecific comparisons

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Grassi, G; Bagnaresi, U
      Foliar morphological and physiological plasticity in Picea abies and Abiesalba saplings along a natural light gradient

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    6. von Caemmerer, S; Ghannoum, O; Conroy, JP; Clark, H; Newton, PCD
      Photosynthetic responses of temperate species to free air CO2 enrichment (FACE) in a grazed New Zealand pasture

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Sima, BD; Desjardins, Y
      Sucrose supply enhances phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase phosphorylation level in in vitro Solanum tuberosum

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    8. Bunce, JA
      Seasonal patterns of photosynthetic response and acclimation to elevated carbon dioxide in field-grown strawberry

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    9. Sharkey, TD; Badger, MR; von Caemmerer, S; Andrews, TJ
      Increased heat sensitivity of photosynthesis in tobacco plants with reduced Rubisco activase

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    10. Schmidt, HL; Werner, RA; Rossmann, A
      O-18 pattern and biosynthesis of natural plant products

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    11. Hikosaka, K; Hirose, T
      Nitrogen uptake and use by competing individuals in a Xanthium canadense stand

      OECOLOGIA
    12. Terwilliger, VJ; Kitajima, K; Le Roux-Swarthout, DJ; Mulkey, S; Wright, SJ
      Intrinsic water-use efficiency and heterotrophic investment in tropical leaf growth of two Neotropical pioneer tree species as estimated from delta C-13 values

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    13. Broadley, MR; Escobar-Gutierrez, AJ; Burns, A; Burns, IG
      Nitrogen-limited growth of lettuce is associated with lower stomatal conductance

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    14. Tan, PY; Whitlow, T
      Physiological responses of Catharanthus roseus (periwinkle) to ash yellowsphytoplasmal infection

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    15. Scheirs, J; De Bruyn, L; Verhagen, R
      A test of the C-3-C-4 hypothesis with two grass miners

      ECOLOGY
    16. Pronina, NA
      The organization and physiological role of the CO2-CM in microalgal photosynthesis

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Yamasaki, H
      Nitrite-dependent nitric oxide production pathway: implications for involvement of active nitrogen species in photoinhibition in vivo

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    18. Liozon, R; Badeck, FW; Genty, B; Meyer, S; Saugier, B
      Leaf photosynthetic characteristics of beech (Fagus sylvatica) saplings during three years of exposure to elevated CO2 concentration

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Warren, CR; Adams, MA; Chen, ZL
      Is photosynthesis related to concentrations of nitrogen and Rubisco in leaves of Australian native plants?

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Makino, A; Harada, M; Kaneko, K; Mae, T; Shimada, T; Yamamoto, N
      Whole-plant growth and N allocation in transgenic rice plants with decreased content of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase under different CO2 partial pressures

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Ramalho, JC; Pons, TL; Groeneveld, HW; Azinheira, HG; Nunes, MA
      Photosynthetic acclimation to high light conditions in mature leaves of Coffea arabica L.: role of xanthophylls, quenching mechanisms and nitrogen nutrition

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Wirtz, KW
      Simulating the dynamics of leaf physiology and morphology with an extendedoptimality approach

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    23. Pankovic, D; Plesnicar, M; Arsenijevic-Maksimovic, I; Petrovic, N; Sakac, Z; Kastori, R
      Effects of nitrogen nutrition on photosynthesis in Cd-treated sunflower plants

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    24. Wohlfahrt, G; Bahn, M; Tappeiner, U; Cernusca, A
      A model of whole plant gas exchange for herbaceous species from mountain grassland sites differing in land use

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    25. Lopez, Y; Riano, N; Mosquera, P; Cadavid, A; Arcila, J
      Activities of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase and ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase in leaves and fruit pericarp tissue of different coffee (Coffea sp.) genotypes

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    26. Le Roux-Swarthout, D; Terwilliger, V; Christianson, M; Martin, C; Madhavan, S
      Carbon isotope discrimination correlates with a range of ratios of phosphoenolpyruvate to total carboxylase activities found in two C-3 species

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    27. Esquivel, MG; Ferreira, RB; Teixeira, AR
      Protein degradation in C-3 and C-4 plants subjected to nutrient starvation. Particular reference to ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase and glycolate oxidase

      PLANT SCIENCE
    28. Brodribb, TJ; Feild, TS
      Stem hydraulic supply is linked to leaf photosynthetic capacity: evidence from New Caledonian and Tasmanian rainforests

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    29. Roumet, C; Garnier, E; Suzor, H; Salager, JL; Roy, J
      Short and long-term responses of whole-plant gas exchange to elevated CO2 in four herbaceous species

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    30. Porterfield, DM; Smith, PJS
      Single-cell, real-time measurements of extracellular oxygen and proton fluxes from Spirogyra grevilleana

      PROTOPLASMA
    31. Muhling, KH; Lauchli, A
      Light-induced pH and K+ changes in the apoplast of intact leaves

      PLANTA
    32. Hausler, RE; Schlieben, NH; Nicolay, P; Fischer, K; Fischer, KL; Flugge, UI
      Control of carbon partitioning and photosynthesis by the triose phosphate/phosphate translocator in transgenic tobacco plants (Nicotiana tabacum L.).I. Comparative physiological analysis of tobacco plants with antisense repression and overexpression of the triose phosphate/phosphate translocator

      PLANTA
    33. DeLucia, EH; Thomas, RB
      Photosynthetic responses to CO2 enrichment of four hardwood species in a forest understory

      OECOLOGIA
    34. Beerling, DJ; Rundgren, M
      Leaf metabolic and morphological responses of dwarf willow (Salix herbacea) in the sub-arctic to the past 9000 years of global environmental change

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    35. De Nisi, P; Zocchi, G
      Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) roots under iron deficiency: activity and kinetic characterization

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    36. Makino, A; Nakano, H; Mae, T; Shimada, T; Yamamoto, N
      Photosynthesis, plant growth and N allocation in transgenic rice plants with decreased Rubisco under CO2 enrichment

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    37. Niinemets, U; Tenhunen, JD; Canta, NR; Chaves, MM; Faria, T; Pereira, JS; Reynolds, JF
      Interactive effects of nitrogen and phosphorus on the acclimation potential of foliage photosynthetic properties of cork oak, Quercus suber, to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    38. Haake, V; Geiger, M; Walch-Liu, P; Engels, C; Zrenner, R; Stitt, M
      Changes in aldolase activity in wild-type potato plants are important for acclimation to growth irradiance and carbon dioxide concentration, because plastid aldolase exerts control over the ambient rate of photosynthesis across a range of growth conditions

      PLANT JOURNAL
    39. Fredeen, AL; Sage, RF
      Temperature and humidity effects on branchlet gas-exchange in white spruce: an explanation for the increase in transpiration with branchlet temperature

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    40. Buchmann, N; Schulze, ED
      Net CO2 and H2O fluxes of terrestrial ecosystems

      GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
    41. Willits, DH; Peet, MM
      Using chlorophyll fluorescence to model leaf photosynthesis in greenhouse pepper and tomato

      PROCEEDING OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MODELS FOR PLANT GROWTH AND CONTROL OF THE SHOOT AND ROOT ENVIRONMENTS IN GREENHOUSES
    42. Drouet, JL; Bonhomme, R
      Do variations in local leaf irradiance explain changes to leaf nitrogen within row maize canopies?

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    43. Fridlyand, LE; Scheibe, R
      Regulation of the Calvin cycle for CO2 fixation as an example for general control mechanisms in metabolic cycles

      BIOSYSTEMS
    44. Nieva, FJJ; Castellanos, EM; Figueroa, ME; Gil, F
      Gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence of C-3 and C-4 saltmarsh species

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    45. Morecroft, MD; Roberts, JM
      Photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of mature canopy Oak (Quercus robur) and Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) trees throughout the growing season

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    46. Davey, PA; Parsons, AJ; Atkinson, L; Wadge, K; Long, SP
      Does photosynthetic acclimation to elevated CO2 increase photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency? A study of three native UK grassland species in open-top chambers

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    47. Grossman-Clarke, S; Kimball, BA; Hunsaker, DJ; Long, SP; Garcia, RL; Kartschall, T; Wall, GW; Printer, PJ; Wechsung, F; LaMorte, RL
      Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on canopy transpiration in senescent spring wheat

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    48. Fridlyand, LE; Backhausen, JE; Scheibe, R
      Homeostatic regulation upon changes of enzyme activities in the Calvin cycle as an example for general mechanisms of flux control. What can we expectfrom transgenic plants?

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    49. Viil, J; Ivanova, H; Parnik, T
      Estimation of rate constants of the partial reactions of carboxylation of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate in vivo

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    50. Peterson, AG; Ball, JT; Luo, Y; Field, CB; Curtis, PS; Griffin, KL; Gunderson, CA; Norby, RJ; Tissue, DT; Forstreuter, M; Rey, A; Vogel, CS
      Quantifying the response of photosynthesis to changes in leaf nitrogen content and leaf mass per area in plants grown under atmospheric CO2 enrichment

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    51. Myers, DA; Thomas, RB; Delucia, EH
      Photosynthetic capacity of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) trees during thefirst year of carbon dioxide enrichment in a forest ecosystem

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    52. Wohlfahrt, G; Bahn, M; Haubner, E; Horak, I; Michaeler, W; Rottmar, K; Tappeiner, U; Cernusca, A
      Inter-specific variation of the biochemical limitation to photosynthesis and related leaf traits of 30 species from mountain grassland ecosystems under different land use

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    53. Griffin, KL; Luo, YQ
      Sensitivity and acclimation of Glycine max (L.) Merr. leaf gas exchange toCO2 partial pressure

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    54. Banks, FM; Driscoll, SP; Parry, MAJ; Lawlor, DW; Knight, JS; Gray, JC; Paul, MJ
      Decrease in phosphoribulokinase activity by antisense RNA in transgenic tobacco. Relationship between photosynthesis, growth, and allocation at different nitrogen levels

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    55. Yoder, CK; Nowak, RS
      Hydraulic lift among native plant species in the Mojave Desert

      PLANT AND SOIL
    56. Makino, A; Mae, T
      Photosynthesis and plant growth at elevated levels of CO2

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    57. Garnier, E; Salager, JL; Laurent, G; Sonie, L
      Relationships between photosynthesis, nitrogen and leaf structure in 14 grass species and their dependence on the basis of expression

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    58. Schieving, F; Poorter, H
      Carbon gain in a multispecies canopy: the role of specific leaf area and photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency in the tragedy of the commons

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    59. Luo, YQ; Reynolds, JF
      Validity of extrapolating field CO2 experiments to predict carbon sequestration in natural ecosystems

      ECOLOGY
    60. LUO YQ; SIMS DA; GRIFFIN KL
      NONLINEARITY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES TO GROWTH IN RISING ATMOSPHERIC CO2 - AN EXPERIMENTAL AND MODELING STUDY

      Global change biology
    61. YIN ZH; KAISER W; HEBER U; RAVEN JA
      EFFECTS OF GASEOUS AMMONIA ON INTRACELLULAR PH VALUES IN LEAVES OF C-3-PLANT AND C-4-PLANT

      Atmospheric environment
    62. PINKARD EA; BEADLE CL
      REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN EUCALYPTUS NITENS (DEANE AND MAIDEN) MAIDEN FOLLOWING GREEN PRUNING

      Trees
    63. PORTE A; LOUSTAU D
      VARIABILITY OF THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MATURE NEEDLES WITHIN THE CROWN OF A 25-YEAR-OLD PINUS-PINASTER

      Tree physiology
    64. NIINEMETS U; KULL O; TENHUNEN JD
      AN ANALYSIS OF LIGHT EFFECTS ON FOLIAR MORPHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND LIGHT INTERCEPTION IN TEMPERATE DECIDUOUS WOODY SPECIES OF CONTRASTING SHADE TOLERANCE

      Tree physiology
    65. HIROSE T; BAZZAZ FA
      TRADE-OFF BETWEEN LIGHT-USE AND NITROGEN-USE EFFICIENCY IN CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Annals of botany (Print)
    66. Cernusca, A; Bahn, M; Chemini, C; Graber, W; Siegwolf, R; Tappeiner, U; Tenhunen, J
      ECOMONT: a combined approach of field measurements and process-based modelling for assessing effects of land-use changes in mountain landscapes

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    67. Wohlfahrt, G; Bahn, M; Horak, I; Tappeiner, U; Cernusca, A
      A nitrogen sensitive model of leaf carbon dioxide and water vapour gas exchange: application to 13 key species from differently managed mountain grassland ecosystems

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    68. MADSEN TV; HAHN P; JOHANSEN J
      EFFECTS OF INORGANIC CARBON SUPPLY ON THE NITROGEN REQUIREMENT OF 2 SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES, ELODEA-CANADENSIS AND CALLITRICHE-COPHOCARPA

      Aquatic botany
    69. KULL O; NIINEMETS U
      DISTRIBUTION OF LEAF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROPERTIES IN TREE CANOPIES - COMPARISON OF SPECIES WITH DIFFERENT SHADE TOLERANCE

      Functional ecology
    70. SIMS DA; SEEMANN JR; LUO Y
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DIFFERENCES IN THE MECHANISMS OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC ACCLIMATION TO LIGHT, NITROGEN AND CO2 FOR RETURN ON INVESTMENT IN LEAVES

      Functional ecology
    71. Hikosaka, K; Hanba, YT; Hirose, T; Terashima, I
      Photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency in leaves of woody and herbaceous species

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    72. Kull, O; Kruijt, B
      Leaf photosynthetic light response: a mechanistic model for scaling photosynthesis to leaves and canopies

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    73. Damesin, C; Rambal, S; Joffre, R
      Seasonal and annual changes in leaf delta C-13 in two co-occurring Mediterranean oaks: relations to leaf growth and drought progression

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    74. ZHAO DL; OOSTERHUIS DM
      INFLUENCE OF SHADE ON MINERAL NUTRIENT STATUS OF FIELD-GROWN COTTON

      Journal of plant nutrition
    75. Gehrig, H; Faist, K; Kluge, M
      Identification of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase isoforms in leaf, stem and roots of the obligate CAM plant Vanilla planifolia Salib. (Orchidaceae):a physiological and molecular approach

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    76. PEISKER M; HEINEMANN I; PFEFFER M
      A STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEAF CONDUCTANCE, CO2 CONCENTRATION AND CARBOXYLATION RATE IN VARIOUS SPECIES

      Photosynthesis research
    77. SIMS DA; LUO Y; SEEMANN JR
      COMPARISON OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC ACCLIMATION TO ELEVATED CO2 AND LIMITED NITROGEN SUPPLY IN SOYBEAN

      Plant, cell and environment
    78. LIVINGSTON NJ; WHITEHEAD D; KELLIHER FM; WANG YP; GRACE JC; WALCROFT AS; BYERS JN; MCSEVENY TM; MILLARD P
      NITROGEN ALLOCATION AND CARBON-ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION IN RELATION TO INTERCEPTED RADIATION AND POSITION IN A YOUNG PINUS-RADIATA D. DON TREE

      Plant, cell and environment
    79. GEBBING T; SCHNYDER H; KUHBAUCH W
      CARBON MOBILIZATION IN SHOOT PARTS AND ROOTS OF WHEAT DURING GRAIN FILLING - ASSESSMENT BY C-13 C-12 STEADY-STATE LABELING, GROWTH ANALYSISAND BALANCE SHEETS OF RESERVES/

      Plant, cell and environment
    80. GLEADOW RM; FOLEY WJ; WOODROW IE
      ENHANCED CO2 ALTERS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND DEFENSE IN CYANOGENIC EUCALYPTUS-CLADOCALYX F MUELL

      Plant, cell and environment
    81. WOHLFAHRT S; SCHMITT V; WILD A
      INVESTIGATION ON PHOSPHOENOL PYRUVATE-CARBOXYLASE AND PROLINE IN DAMAGED AND UNDAMAGED NEEDLES OF PICEA-ABIES AND ABIES-ALBA

      Chemosphere
    82. YIN ZH; RAVEN JA
      INFLUENCES OF DIFFERENT NITROGEN-SOURCES ON NITROGEN-USE AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY, AND CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION, IN C-3 TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L. AND C-4 ZEA-MAYS L. PLANTS

      Planta
    83. HARRISON EP; WILLINGHAM NM; LLOYD JC; RAINES CA
      REDUCED SEDOHEPTULOSE-1,7-BISPHOSPHATASE LEVELS IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCOLEAD TO DECREASED PHOTOSYNTHETIC CAPACITY AND ALTERED CARBOHYDRATE ACCUMULATION

      Planta
    84. FARAGE PK; MCKEE IF; LONG SP
      DOES A LOW NITROGEN SUPPLY NECESSARILY LEAD TO ACCLIMATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS TO ELEVATED CO2

      Plant physiology (Bethesda)
    85. WINDER TL; SUN JD; OKITA TW; EDWARDS GE
      EVIDENCE FOR THE OCCURRENCE OF FEEDBACK INHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN RICE

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    86. Ohashi, K; Makino, A; Mae, T
      Gas exchange characteristics in rice leaves grown under the conditions of physiologically low temperature and irradiance

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    87. POORTER H; EVANS JR
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC NITROGEN-USE EFFICIENCY OF SPECIES THAT DIFFER INHERENTLY IN SPECIFIC LEAF-AREA

      Oecologia
    88. MEINZER FC; ZHU J
      NITROGEN STRESS REDUCES THE EFFICIENCY OF THE C-4 CO2 CONCENTRATING SYSTEM, AND THEREFORE QUANTUM YIELD, IN SACCHARUM (SUGARCANE) SPECIES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    89. ESQUIVEL MG; FERREIRA RB; TEIXEIRA AR
      PROTEIN-DEGRADATION IN C-3 AND C-4 PLANTS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO RIBULOSE-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE AND GLYCOLATE OXIDASE

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    90. WANG DL; ANDERSON DW
      STABLE CARBON ISOTOPES OF CARBONATE PENDANTS FROM CHERNOZEMIC SOILS OF SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA

      Geoderma
    91. BOUTTON TW; ARCHER SR; MIDWOOD AJ; ZITZER SF; BOL R
      DELTA-C-13 VALUES OF SOIL ORGANIC-CARBON AND THEIR USE IN DOCUMENTINGVEGETATION CHANGE IN A SUBTROPICAL SAVANNA ECOSYSTEM

      Geoderma
    92. ROSSKARSTENS GS; SHERIFF A; EBERT G; LUDDERS P
      INFLUENCE OF CO2 CONCENTRATION AND LIGHT- INTENSITY ON PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE CARBOXYLASE AND MALATE-DEHYDROGENASE OF IN-VITRO COFFEE PLANTLETS

      Gartenbauwissenschaft
    93. DIETZ KJ; HEBER U; MIMURA T
      MODULATION OF THE VACUOLAR H-ATPASE BY ADENYLATES AS BASIS FOR THE TRANSIENT CO2-DEPENDENT ACIDIFICATION OF THE LEAF VACUOLE UPON ILLUMINATION()

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    94. Gerdol, R; Bonora, A; Marchesini, R; Gualandri, R; Pancaldi, S
      Growth response of Sphagnum capillifolium to nighttime temperature and nutrient level: Mechanisms and implications for global change

      ARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    95. BEERLING DJ
      CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION AND STOMATAL RESPONSES OF MATURE PINUS-SYLVESTRIS L TREES EXPOSED IN-SITU FOR 3 YEARS TO ELEVATED CO2 AND TEMPERATURE

      Acta oecologica
    96. MAMUSHINA NS; ZUBKOVA EK; VOITSEKHOVSKAYA OV
      INTERACTION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND RESPIRATION IN UNICELLULAR ALGAE AND C-3 HIGHER-PLANTS

      Russian journal of plant physiology
    97. IVANISHCHEV VV
      BIOLOGICAL ROLE OF OXALOACETATE METABOLISM IN CHLOROPLASTS OF C-3 PLANTS

      Russian journal of plant physiology
    98. KIMBALL JS; THORNTON PE; WHITE MA; RUNNING SW
      SIMULATING FOREST PRODUCTIVITY AND SURFACE-ATMOSPHERE CARBON EXCHANGEIN THE BOREAS STUDY REGION

      Tree physiology
    99. STRAND M
      EFFECT OF MINERAL NUTRIENT CONTENT ON OXYGEN-EXCHANGE AND CHLOROPHYLL-A FLUORESCENCE IN NEEDLES OF NORWAY SPRUCE

      Tree physiology
    100. KELLOMAKI S; WANG KY
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES OF SCOTS PINE TO ELEVATED CO2 AND NITROGEN SUPPLY - RESULTS OF A BRANCH-IN-BAG EXPERIMENT

      Tree physiology


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