Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide on Photosynthesis and Carbon Partitioning: A Perspective on Root Sugar Sensing and Hormonal Crosstalk

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Plant responses to atmospheric carbon dioxide will be of great concern in the future, as carbon dioxide concentrations ([CO2]) are predicted to continue to rise. Elevated [CO2] causes increased photosynthesis in plants, which leads to greater production of carbohydrates and biomass. Which organ the extra carbohydrates are allocated to varies between species… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2017.00578

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@inproceedings{Thompson2017EffectsOE, title={Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide on Photosynthesis and Carbon Partitioning: A Perspective on Root Sugar Sensing and Hormonal Crosstalk}, author={Michael Thompson and Dananjali M. Gamage and Naoki Hirotsu and Anke Martin and Saman Seneweera}, booktitle={Front. Physiol.}, year={2017} }