Future crops: The other greenhouse effect

@article{Stafford2007FutureCT,
  title={Future crops: The other greenhouse effect},
  author={Ned Stafford},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={448},
  pages={526-528}
}
  • N. Stafford
  • Published 7 February 2007
  • Medicine, Environmental Science
  • Nature
Rising carbon dioxide levels should increase crop yields. But what if their effect on the nutritional value of our food is less benign, asks Ned Stafford. 
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