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  1. Is there potential to adapt soybean (Glycine maxMerr.) to future [CO2]? an analysis of the yield response of 18 genotypes in free-air CO2 enrichment

    Bishop, K. A., Betzelberger, A. M., Long, S. P. & Ainsworth, E. A., 09/2015, In: Plant, Cell and Environment. 38, 9, p. 1765-1774 10 p.

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  2. Synthesizing greenhouse gas fluxes across nine European peatlands and shrublands - responses to climatic and environmental changes

    Carter, M. S., Larsen, K. S., Emmett, B., Estiarte, M., Field, C., Leith, I. D., Lund, M., Meijide, A., Mills, R. T. E., Niinemets, U., Penuelas, J., Portillo-Estrada, M., Schmidt, I. K., Selsted, M. B., Sheppard, L. J., Sowerby, A., Tietema, A. & Beier, C., 2012, In: Biogeosciences. 9, 10, p. 3739-3755 17 p.

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  3. Isoprene emissions from plants are mediated by atmospheric CO2 concentrations

    Possell, M. & Hewitt, C. N., 04/2011, In: Global Change Biology. 17, 4, p. 1595-1610 16 p.

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  4. Global terrestrial isoprene emission models: sensitivity to variability in climate and vegetation

    Arneth, A., Schurgers, G., Lathiere, J., Duhl, T., Beerling, D. J., Hewitt, C. N., Martin, M. & Guenther, A., 2011, In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics . 11, 15, p. 8037-8052 16 p.

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  5. Sensitivity of isoprene emissions from the terrestrial biosphere to 20th century changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration, climate, and land use

    Lathiere, J., Hewitt, C. N. & Beerling, D. J., 11/02/2010, In: Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 24, p. - 11 p., GB1004.

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  6. Gas exchange and photosynthetic performance of the tropical tree Acacia nigrescens when grown in different CO2 concentrations

    Possell, M. & Hewitt, C. N., 2009, In: Planta. 229, 4, p. 837-846 10 p.

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  7. Can CO2 enrichment modify the effect of water and high light stress on biomass allocation and relative growth rate of cork oak seedlings?

    Pardos, M., Puertolas Simon, J., Aranda, I. & Pardos, J. A., 11/2006, In: Trees. 20, 6, p. 713-724 12 p.

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  8. Increased litterfall changes fine root distribution in a moist tropical forest

    Sayer, E. J., Tanner, E. V. J. & Cheesman, A. W., 03/2006, In: Plant and Soil. 281, 1-2, p. 5-13 9 p.

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  9. Rising Atmospheric CO2 Reduces Sequestration of Root-Derived Soil Carbon.

    Heath, J., Ayres, E., Possell, M., Bardgett, R. D., Black, H. I. J., Grant, H., Ineson, P. & Kerstiens, G., 9/09/2005, In: Science. 309, 5741, p. 1711-1713 3 p.

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  10. The effects of glacial atmospheric CO2 concentrations and climate on isoprene emissions by vascular plants

    Possell, M., Hewitt, C. N. & Beerling, D. J., 01/2005, In: Global Change Biology. 11, 1, p. 60-69 10 p.

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