reference : C4 Grasses Prosper As Carbon Dioxide Eliminates Desiccation in Warmed Semi-arid Grassland

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reftype Journal Article
Accession Number 21814202
Author Morgan, J. A.; LeCain, D. R.; Pendall, E.; Blumenthal, D. M.; Kimball, B. A.; Carrillo, Y.; Williams, D. G.; Heisler-White, J.; Dijkstra, F. A.; West, M.
Author Address USDA-ARS, Rangeland Resources Research Unit and Northern Plains Area, Fort Collins, Colorado 80526, USA. jack.morgan@ars.usda.gov
DOI 10.1038/nature10274
Date Aug 03
ISSN 1476-4687 (Electronic) 0028-0836 (Linking)
Issue 7359
Journal Nature
Keywords Atmosphere/chemistry; Biomass; Carbon Dioxide/metabolism/*pharmacology; Desert Climate; *Desiccation; *Ecosystem; *Global Warming; Photosynthesis/*drug effects/physiology; Plant Stomata/metabolism; Plant Transpiration; Poaceae/*drug effects/*growth & development/metabolism; Seasons; Soil/chemistry; Volatilization; Water/analysis; Wyoming
Pages 202-5
Title C4 Grasses Prosper As Carbon Dioxide Eliminates Desiccation in Warmed Semi-arid Grassland
Volume 476
Year 2011
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