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Evaluation of morpho-physiological traits under drought stress conditions in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.).
Osmotic adjustment, stomata morphology and function show contrasting responses to water stress in mesic and hydric grasses under elevated CO2 concentration.
Responses of Pinus pinea seedlings to moderate drought and shade: is the provenance a differential factor?.
Robert Simpson Loomis.
Global warming: causes and impacts on agroecosystems productivity and food security with emphasis on cassava comparative advantage in the tropics/subtropics.
Light acclimation at the end of the growing season in two broadleaved oak species.
Comparative photosynthesis, growth, productivity, and nutrient use efficiency among tall- and short-stemmed rain-fed cassava cultivars.
Photosynthetic characteristics in Oryza species..
Genotypic variations in activities of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase and correlations with leaf photosynthetic characteristics and crop productivity of cassava grown in low-land seasonally-dry tropics.
Genotypic and within canopy variation in leaf carbon isotope discrimination and its relation to short-term leaf gas exchange characteristics in cassava grown under rain-fed conditions in the tropics.
Characterization of the photosynthetic pathway of some tropical food yams (Dioscorea spp.) using leaf natural 13C abundance.
International research on cassava photosynthesis, productivity, eco-physiology, and responses to environmental stresses in the tropics.
Assessment of salt tolerance in Populus alba clones using chlorophyll fluorescence.
How can calibrated research-based models be improved for use as a tool in identifying genes controlling crop tolerance to environmental stresses in the era of genomics—from an experimentalist's perspective.
Leaf gas exchange of cassava as affected by quality of planting material and water stress.
Photosynthesis and yield performance of cassava in seasonally dry and semiarid environments.
Effects of water deficit on photosynthetic rate and osmotic adjustment in tetraploid wheats..
Prospects of photosynthetic research for increasing agricultural productivity, with emphasis on the tropical C4 Amaranthus and the cassava C3-C4 crops
Pioneering research on C4 leaf anatomical, physiological, and agronomic characteristics of tropical monocot and dicot plant species: Implications for crop water relations and productivity in comparison to C3 cropping systems