Carbon isotope discrimination and bundle sheath leakiness in three C(4) subtypes grown under variable nitrogen, water and atmospheric CO(2) supply.

@article{Fravolini2002CarbonID,
  title={Carbon isotope discrimination and bundle sheath leakiness in three C(4) subtypes grown under variable nitrogen, water and atmospheric CO(2) supply.},
  author={Alessandra Fravolini and David Donoho TerryHwa Gerald Joyce David Nelson Tim Stea Williams and Thomas L. Thompson},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2002},
  volume={53 378},
  pages={2261-9}
}
The changes in composition and productivity of semi-arid C(4) grassland, anticipated with rising atmospheric CO(2), will depend on soil water and nutrient availability. The interactive effects of soil resource limitation and elevated CO(2 )on these grasses, furthermore, may vary among C(4) biochemical subtypes (NADP-ME, NAD-ME, PCK) that differ in bundle sheath leakiness (Phi) responses to drought and nitrogen supply. To address C(4) subtype responses to soil resource gradients, the carbon… CONTINUE READING

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