Photosynthesis (Net CO2 Exchange Rate) References
Scirpus olneyi [Salt Marsh Sedge]

Arp, W.J. and Drake, B.G. 1991. Increased photosynthetic capacity of Scirpus olneyi after 4 years of exposure to elevated CO2. Plant Cell and Environment 14: 1003-1006.

Erickson, J.E., Peresta, G., Montovan, K.J. and Drake, B.G. 2013. Direct and indirect effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on net ecosystem production in a Chesapeake Bay tidal wetland. Global Change Biology 19: 3368-3378.

Jacob, J., Greitner, C. and Drake, G. 1995. Acclimation of photosynthesis in relation to Rubisco and non-structural carbohydrate contents and in situ carboxylase activity in Scirpus olneyi grown at elevated CO2 in the field. Plant, Cell and Environment 18: 875-884.

Long, S.P. and Drake, B.G. 1991. Effect of the long-term elevation of CO2 concentration in the field on the quantum yield of photosynthesis of the C3 sedge, Scirpus olneyi. Plant Physiology 96: 221-226.

Rasse, D.P., Li, J.-H. and Drake, B.G. 2003. Carbon dioxide assimilation by a wetland sedge canopy exposed to ambient and elevated CO2: measurements and model analysis. Functional Ecology 17: 222-230.

Rasse, D.P., Peresta, G. and Drake, B.G. 2005. Seventeen years of elevated CO2 exposure in a Chesapeake Bay Wetland: sustained but contrasting responses of plant growth and CO2 uptake. Global Change Biology 11: 369-377.

Ziska, L.H., Drake, B.G. and Chamberlain, S. 1990. Long-term photosynthetic response in single leaves of a C3 and C4 salt marsh species grown at elevated atmospheric CO2 in situ. Oecologia 83: 469-472.

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