Photosynthesis (Net CO2 Exchange Rate) References
Zea mays L. [Corn]


Ali, A. 2008. Factors affecting on response of broad bean and corn to air quality and soil CO2 flux rates in Egypt. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 195: 311-323.

Baczek-Kwinta, R. and Koscielniak, J. 2003. Anti-oxidative effect of elevated CO2 concentration in the air on maize hybrids subjected to severe chill. Photosynthetica 41: 161-165.

Barlocher, M.O., Campbell, D.A., Al-Asaaed, S. and Ireland, R.J. 2003. Developmental change in CO2 compensation concentrations in Spartina alterniflora results from sigmoidal photosynthetic CO2 responses. Photosynthetica 41: 365-372.

Boese, S.R., Wolfe, D.W. and Melkonian, J.J. 1997. Elevated CO2 mitigates chilling-induced water stress and photosynthetic reduction during chilling. Plant, Cell and Environment 20: 625-632.

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.

Hunt, R., Hand, D.W., Hannah, M.A. and Neal, A.M. 1991. Response to CO2 enrichment in 27 herbaceous species. Functional Ecology 5: 410-421.

Kang, S., Zhang, F., Hu, X. and Zhang, J. 2002. Benefits of CO2 enrichment on crop plants are modified by soil water status. Plant and Soil 238: 69-77.

Kim, S.-H., Sicher, R.C., Bae, H., Gitz, D.C., Baker, J.T., Timlin, D.J. and Reddy, V.R. 2006. Canopy photosynthesis, evapotranspiration, leaf nitrogen, and transcription profiles of maize in response to CO2 enrichment. Global Change Biology 12: 588-600.

Leakey, A.D.B., Bernacchi, C.J., Dohleman, F.G., Ort, D.R. and Long, S.P. 2004. Will photosynthesis of maize (Zea mays) in the US Corn Belt increase in future [CO2] rich atmospheres? An analysis of diurnal courses of CO2 uptake under free-air concentration enrichment (FACE). Global Change Biology 10: 951-962.

Maroco, J.P., Edwards, G.E. and Ku, M.S.B. 1999. Photosynthetic acclimation of maize to growth under elevated levels of carbon dioxide. Planta 210: 115-125.

Morison, J.I.L. and Gifford, R.M. 1983. Stomatal sensitivity to carbon dioxide and humidity. A comparison of two C3 and two C4 grass species. Plant Physiology 71: 789-796.

Vanaja, M., Yadav, S.K., Archana, G., Lakshmi, N.J., Reddy, P.R.R., Vagheera, P., Razak, S.K.A., Maheswari, M. and Venkateswarlu, B. 2011. Response of C4 (maize) and C3 (sunflower) crop plants to drought stress and enhanced carbon dioxide concentration. Plant, Soil and Environment 57: 207-215.

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.

Ziska, L.H. and Bunce, J.A. 1997. Influence of increasing carbon dioxide concentration on the photosynthetic and growth stimulation of selected C4 crops and weeds. Photosynthesis Research 54: 199-208.

Zong, Y.-z. and Shangguan, Z.-p. 2014. Nitrogen deficiency limited the improvement of photosynthesis in maize by elevated CO2 under drought. Journal of Integrative Agriculture 13: 73-81.


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