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      Seasonal changes in the effects of free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) on dry matter production and distribution of rice (Oryza sativa L.)

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      Field Crops Research

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          Productivity and water use of wheat under free-air CO2 enrichment

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            The biochemical and molecular basis for photosynthetic acclimation to elevated atmospheric CO2

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              Photosynthetic inhibition after long-term exposure to elevated levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

              The effect of long-term exposure to elevated levels of CO2 on biomass partitioning, net photosynthesis and starch metabolism was examined in cotton. Plants were grown under controlled conditions at 350, 675 and 1000 μl l(-1) CO2. Plants grown at 675 and 1000 μl l(-1) had 72% and 115% more dry weight respectively than plants grown at 350 μl l(-1). Increases in weight were partially due to corresponding increases in leaf starch. CO2 enrichment also caused a decrease in chlorophyll concentration and a change in the chlorophyll a/b ratio. High CO2 grown plants had lower photosynthetic capacity than 350 μl l(-1) grown plants when measured at each CO2 concentration. Reduced photosynthetic rates were correlated with high internal (non-stomatal) resistances and higher starch levels. It is suggested that carbohydrate accumulation causes a decline in photosynthesis by feedback inhibition and/or physical damage at the chloroplast level.
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                Field Crops Research
                Field Crops Research
                Elsevier BV
                03784290
                July 2006
                July 2006
                : 98
                : 1
                : 12-19
                Article
                10.1016/j.fcr.2005.11.003
                © 2006

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