Articles on Photosynthesis, Respiration & Carbon Budgets

2017 Niinemets Ü, Berry JA, Ort DR & 3 co-authors Photosynthesis: ancient, essential, complex, diverse… and in need of improvement in a changing world. New Phytol. 213: 43-47 pdf
2014 Pons TL, Poorter H The effect of irradiance on the carbon balance and tissue characteristics of five herbaceous species differing in shade-tolerance. Front. Plant Sci. 5: 12 link
2014 Poorter H, Lambers H, Evans JR Trait correlation networks: a whole-plant perspective on the recently criticized leaf economic spectrum. New Phytol. 201: 378-382 link
2013 Poorter H, Anten N, Marcelis LFM Physiological mechanisms in plant growth models: do we need a supra-cellular systems biology approach? Plant Cell & Env. 9: 1673-1690 link
2009 Robroek BJM, Schouten MGC, Limpens J, Berendse F, Poorter H Interactive effects of water table and precipitation on net CO2 assimilation of three co-occurring Sphagnum mosses differing in distribution above the water table. Glob. Change Biol. 12: 260-271 link
2007 Tholen D, Pons TL, Voesenek LACJ, Poorter H Ethylene insensitivity in tobacco unmasks a glucose-mediated down-regulation of photosynthetic capacity. Plant Physiol. 144: 1305-1315 pdf
2006 Poorter H, Pepin S, Rijkers T & 3 co-authors Construction costs, chemical composition and payback time of high- and low-irradiance leaves. J. Exp. Bot. 57: 355-371 pdf
2005 Poorter H, van Rijn CPE, Vanhala TK & 4 co-authors A genetic analysis of Relative Growth Rate and underlying components in Hordeum spontaneum. Oecologia 142: 360-377 pdf
2002 Poorter H Plant Growth and Carbon Economy. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, http://www.els.net pdf
2001 Evans JR & Poorter H Photosynthetic acclimation of plants to growth irradiance: The relative importance of SLA and nitrogen partitioning in maximising carbon gain. Plant Cell Environ. 24: 755-768 pdf
1999 Schieving F & Poorter H Carbon gain in a multispecies canopy: the role of Specific Leaf Area and Photosynthetic Nitrogen-Use Efficiency in the tragedy of the commons. New Phytol. 143: 201-211 pdf
1998 Poorter H & Evans JR Photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency of species that differ inherently in specific leaf area. Oecologia 116: 26-37 pdf
1995 Poorter H, Van de Vijver CADM, Boot RGA & Lambers H Growth and carbon economy of a fast-growing and a slow-growing grass species as dependent on nitrate supply. Plant Soil 171: 217-227 pdf
1995 Garnier E, Gobin O & Poorter H Interspecific variation in nitrogen productivity depends on photosynthetic nitrogen use efficiency and nitrogen allocation within the plant. Ann. Bot. 76: 667-672. pdf
1994 Van der Werf A, Poorter H & Lambers H Respiration as dependent on a species' inherent growth rate and the nitrogen supply to the plant. In: Roy J & Garnier E (eds). A Whole Plant Perspective of Carbon-Nitrogen Interactions. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague. pp, 91-110 pdf
1992 Poorter H, Gifford RM, Kriedemann PE & Wong SC A quantitative analysis of dark respiration and carbon content as factors in the growth response of plants to elevated CO2. Aust. J. Bot. 40: 501-513 pdf
1992 Poorter H & Pothmann P Growth and carbon economy of a fast-growing and a slow-growing species as dependent on ontogeny. New Phytol. 120: 159-166 pdf
1991 Poorter H, Van der Werf A, Atkin OK & Lambers H Respiratory energy requirements of roots depend on the potential growth rate of a plant species. Physiol. Plant. 83: 469-475 pdf
1990 Poorter H, Remkes C & Lambers H Carbon and nitrogen economy of 24 wild species differing in relative growth rate. Plant Physiol. 94: 621-627 pdf
1989 Poorter H Interspecific variation in relative growth rate: On ecological causes and physiological consequences. In: Lambers H, Cambridge ML, Konings H, Pons TL (eds). Causes and Consequences of Variation in Growth and Productivity in Higher Plants. SPB Academic Publishing, Dordrecht, pp. 45-68. pdf
1988 Poorter H, Pot CS & Lambers H The effect of an elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on growth, photosynthesis and respiration of Plantago major. Physiol. Plant. 73: 553-559 pdf


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