Variation in foliar respiration and wood CO2 efflux rates among species and canopy layers in a wet tropical forest.

@article{Asao2015VariationIF,
  title={Variation in foliar respiration and wood CO2 efflux rates among species and canopy layers in a wet tropical forest.},
  author={Shinichi Asao and Ricardo Bedoya-Arrieta and Michael G Ryan},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 2},
  pages={148-59}
}
As tropical forests respond to environmental change, autotrophic respiration may consume a greater proportion of carbon fixed in photosynthesis at the expense of growth, potentially turning the forests into a carbon source. Predicting such a response requires that we measure and place autotrophic respiration in a complete carbon budget, but extrapolating measurements of autotrophic respiration from chambers to ecosystem remains a challenge. High plant species diversity and complex canopy… CONTINUE READING

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