Thermal acclimation of shoot respiration in an Arctic woody plant species subjected to 22 years of warming and altered nutrient supply.

@article{Heskel2014ThermalAO,
  title={Thermal acclimation of shoot respiration in an Arctic woody plant species subjected to 22 years of warming and altered nutrient supply.},
  author={Mary A Heskel and Heather E. Greaves and Matthew H. Turnbull and Odhran S. O'Sullivan and Gaius R. Shaver and Kevin L. Griffin and Owen K Atkin},
  journal={Global change biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 8},
  pages={
          2618-30
        }
}
Despite concern about the status of carbon (C) in the Arctic tundra, there is currently little information on how plant respiration varies in response to environmental change in this region. We quantified the impact of long-term nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) treatments and greenhouse warming on the short-term temperature (T) response and sensitivity of leaf respiration (R), the high-T threshold of R, and associated traits in shoots of the Arctic shrub Betula nana in experimental plots at… CONTINUE READING
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