Title: Will photosynthetic capacity of aspen trees acclimate after long term exposure to elevated CO2 and O3?
Author: Darbah, Joseph N.T.; Kubiske, Mark E.; Nelson, Neil; Kets, Katre; Riikonen, Johanna; Sober, Anu; Rouse, Lisa; Karnosky, David F.;
Source: Environmental Pollution. 158: 983-991
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: Photosynthetic acclimation under elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) and/or ozone (O3) has been the topic of discussion in many papers recently. We examined whether or not aspen plants grown under elevated CO2 and/or O3 will acclimate after 11 years of exposure at the Aspen Face site in Rhinelander, WI, USA. We studied diurnal patterns of instantaneous photosynthetic measurements as well as A/Ci measurements monthly during the 2004-2008 growing seasons.
Keywords: stomatal conductance, maximum electron transport, maximum carboxylation capacity, gas exchange, clonal differences, Populus tremuloides
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Darbah, Joseph N.T.; Kubiske, Mark E.; Nelson, Neil; Kets, Katre; Riikonen, Johanna; Sober, Anu; Rouse, Lisa; Karnosky, David F. 2010. Will photosynthetic capacity of aspen trees acclimate after long term exposure to elevated CO2 and O3?. Environmental Pollution. 158: 983-991.
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