Photosynthesis (Net CO2 Exchange Rate) References
Pisum sativum [Garden Pea]

Aranjuelo, I., Cabrerizo, P.M., Aparicio-Tejo, P.M. and Arrese-Igor, C. 2014. Unravelling the mechanisms that improve photosynthetic performance of N2-fixing pea plants exposed to elevated [CO2]. Environmental and Experimental Botany 99: 167-174.

Aranjuelo, I., Cabrerizo, P.M., Arrese-Igor, C. and Aparicio-Tejo, P.M. 2013. Pea plant responsiveness under elevated [CO2] is conditioned by the N source (N2 fixation versus NO3- fertilization). Environmental and Experimental Botany 95: 34-40.

Gavito, M.E., Curtis, P.S., Mikkelsen, T.N. and Jakobsen, I. 2000. Atmospheric CO2 and mycorrhiza effects on biomass allocation and nutrient uptake of nodulated pea (Pisum sativum L.) plants. Journal of Experimental Botany 52: 1931-1938.

Hamilton III, E.W., Heckathorn, S.A., Joshi, P., Wang, D. and Barua, D. 2008. Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and growth temperature on the tolerance of photosynthesis to acute heat stress in C3 and C4 species. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 50: 1375-1387.

Kaciene, G., Kiksaityte, A., Januskaitiene, I., Miskelyte, D., Zaltauskaite, J., Sujetoviene, G., Sakalauskiene, S., Miliauskiene, Juozapaitiene, G. and Juknys, R. 2017. Different crop and weed performance under single and combined effects of elevated CO2 and temperature. Crop Science 57: 935-944.

Wang, D., Heckathorn, S.A., Barua, D., Joshi, P., Hamilton, E.W. and LaCroix, J.J. 2008. Effects of elevated CO2 on the tolerance of photosynthesis to acute heat stress in C3, C4, and CAM species. American Journal of Botany 95: 165-176.

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