Photosynthesis (Net CO2 Exchange Rate) References
Liriodendron tulipifera L. [Yellow Poplar]

Gunderson, C.A., Norby, R.J. and Wullschleger, S.D. 1993. Foliar gas exchange responses of two deciduous hardwoods during 3 years of growth in elevated CO2: no loss of photosynthetic enhancement. Plant, Cell and Environment 16: 797-807.

Je, S.-M., Woo, S.Y., Lee, S.H., Kwak, M.J., Lee, T.Y. and Kim, S.H. 2018. Combined effect of elevated CO2 concentration and drought on the photosynthetic apparatus and leaf morphology traits in seedlings of yellow poplar. Ecological Research 33: 403-412.

Loats, K.V. and Rebbeck, J. 1999. Interactive effects of ozone and elevated carbon dioxide on the growth and physiology of black cherry, green ash, and yellow-poplar seedlings. Environmental Pollution 106: 237-248.

Norby, R.J. and O'Neill, E.G. 1991. Leaf area compensation and nutrient interactions in CO2-enriched seedlings of yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera L.). New Phytologist 117: 515-528.

Norby, R.J., Gunderson, C.A., Wullschieger, S.D., O'Neill, E.G. and McCracken, M.K. 1992. Productivity and compensatory responses of yellow-poplar trees in elevated CO2. Nature 357: 322-324.

Williams, W.E., Garbutt, K., Bazzaz, F.A. and Vitousek, P.M. 1986. The response of plants to elevated CO2. IV. Two deciduous-forest tree communities. Oecologia 69: 454-459.

Wullschleger, S.D., Norby, R.J. and Hendrix, D.L. 1992. Carbon exchange rates, chlorophyll content , and carbohydrate status of two forest tree species exposed to carbon dioxide enrichment. Tree Physiology 10: 21-31.

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