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The potential effects of climate change on world food supply
Significance of increasing ambient C02 for plant growth
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abscisic acid accumulation activity adaptation aerenchyma aerobic Agricultural air pollutants alcohol dehydrogenase anaerobic anaerobiosis anoxia anoxic aquatic assimilation atmospheric betaine Biology biomass C02 concentration canopy carbon dioxide cell cereals climate change cold acclimation coleoptile controlled environments crop cultivars cytoplasmic decrease dehydrogenase drought effects elevated C02 elongation environmental enzyme ethanol ethylene Experimental Botany exposure factors flooding freezing tolerance genes germination grown hypoxia hypoxic ice encasement increased induced inhibition injury inorganic carbon Jackson Journal leaf area leaves lipid low water potentials macrophytes maize mechanisms membrane lipids metabolism Molecular mRNA NAT0 nitrate nitrogen nodules oxygen ozone photosynthesis plant growth Plant Physiology plasma membrane polypeptides production protein protoplasts radiation redox reduced respiration response rhizomes rice coleoptiles Rumex Sachs seedlings sensitive soil soybean species stomatal studies submerged survival synthesis tissues transpiration treatment uptake UV-B water potential water stress winter wheat xylem yield