Direct effects of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration on whole canopy dark respiration of rice.

@inproceedings{Baker2000DirectEO,
  title={Direct effects of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration on whole canopy dark respiration of rice.},
  author={J.E.ffrey T. Baker and L. H.A.rtwell Allen and K. J. Boote and Nigel B. Pickering},
  year={2000}
}
Summary The purpose of this study was to test for direct inhibition of rice canopy apparent respiration by elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration ([CO2]) across a range of short-term air temperature treatments. Rice (cv. IR-72) was grown in eight naturally sunlit, semiclosed, plant growth chambers at daytime [CO2] treatments of 350 and 700 μmol mol−1. Short-term night-time air temperature treatments ranged from 21 to 40 °C. Whole canopy respiration, expressed on a ground area basis… CONTINUE READING