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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 30, Number 10, October 2007

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Free Content Allometric analysis reveals relatively little variation in nitrogen versus biomass accrual in four plant species exposed to varying light, nutrients, water and CO2
pp. 1216-1222(7)
Authors: BERNACCHI, CARL J.; THOMPSON, JENNIFER N.; COLEMAN, JAMES S.; MCCONNAUGHAY, KELLY D. M.

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Free Content Photosynthetic recovery following desiccation of desert green algae (Chlorophyta) and their aquatic relatives
pp. 1240-1255(16)
Authors: GRAY, DENNIS W.; LEWIS, LOUISE A.; CARDON, ZOE G.

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Free Content Genetic variation in pea (Pisum sativum L.) demonstrates the importance of root but not shoot C/N ratios in the control of plant morphology and reveals a unique relationship between shoot length and nodulation intensity
pp. 1256-1268(13)
Authors: LUDIDI, NDIKO N.; PELLNY, TILL K.; KIDDLE, GUY; DUTILLEUL, CHRISTELLE; GROTEN, KARIN; VAN HEERDEN, PHILIPPUS D. R.; DUTT, SOM; POWERS, STEPHEN J.; RÖMER, PETER; FOYER, CHRISTINE H.

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Free Content Rapid variations of mesophyll conductance in response to changes in CO2 concentration around leaves
pp. 1284-1298(15)
Authors: FLEXAS, JAUME; DIAZ-ESPEJO, ANTONIO; GALMÉS, JERONI; KALDENHOFF, RALF; MEDRANO, HIPÓLITO; RIBAS-CARBO, MIQUEL

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Free Content A stereo imaging system for measuring structural parameters of plant canopies
pp. 1299-1308(10)
Authors: BISKUP, BERNHARD; SCHARR, HANNO; SCHURR, ULRICH; RASCHER, UWE

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Free Content Reactive oxygen species and nitric oxide are involved in ABA inhibition of stomatal opening
pp. 1320-1325(6)
Authors: YAN, JIUPIANG; TSUICHIHARA, NOBUE; ETOH, TAKEOMI; IWAI, SUMIO

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Free Content Root growth dynamics of Nicotiana attenuata seedlings are affected by simulated herbivore attack
pp. 1326-1336(11)
Authors: HUMMEL, GRÉGOIRE M.; NAUMANN, MARIA; SCHURR, ULRICH; WALTER, ACHIM

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Free Content The functional significance of C3–C4 intermediate traits in Heliotropium L. (Boraginaceae): gas exchange perspectives
pp. 1337-1345(9)
Authors: VOGAN, PATRICK J.; FROHLICH, MICHAEL W.; SAGE, ROWAN F.

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