Future Climate CO2 Levels Mitigate Stress Impact on Plants: Increased Defense or Decreased Challenge?

@inproceedings{Abdelgawad2016FutureCC,
  title={Future Climate CO2 Levels Mitigate Stress Impact on Plants: Increased Defense or Decreased Challenge?},
  author={Hamada Abdelgawad and Gaurav Zinta and Gerrit T. S. Beemster and Ivan A. Janssens and Han Asard},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Elevated atmospheric CO2 can stimulate plant growth by providing additional C (fertilization effect), and is observed to mitigate abiotic stress impact. Although, the mechanisms underlying the stress mitigating effect are not yet clear, increased antioxidant defenses, have been held primarily responsible (antioxidant hypothesis). A systematic literature analysis, including "all" papers [Web of Science (WoS)-cited], addressing elevated CO2 effects on abiotic stress responses and antioxidants… CONTINUE READING
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