2007 journal article
Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut: I. Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry
Crop Science, 47(4), 1475–1487.
By: F. Booker, K. Burkey, W. Pursley & A. Heagle
Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut: II. Seed yield and quality
Crop Science, 47(4), 1488–1497.
By: K. Burkey, F. Booker, W. Pursley & A. Heagle
2005 journal article
Comparative responses of container- versus ground-grown soybean to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone
Crop Science, 45(3), 883–895.
By: F. Booker, J. Miller, E. Fiscus, W. Pursley & L. Stefanski
Decomposition of soybean grown under elevated concentrations of CO2 and O-3
Global Change Biology, 11(4), 685–698.
By: F. Booker, S. Prior, H. Torbert, E. Fiscus, W. Pursley & S. Hu
2003 journal article
Growth and yield responses of potato to mixtures of carbon dioxide and ozone
Journal of Environmental Quality, 32(5), 1603–1610.
By: A. Heagle, J. Miller & W. Pursley
2002 journal article
Growth and yield responses of snap bean to mixtures of carbon dioxide and ozone
Journal of Environmental Quality, 31(6), 2008–2014.
By: A. Heagle, J. Miller, K. Burkey, G. Eason & W. Pursley
2000 journal article
Growth and yield responses of winter wheat to mixtures of ozone and carbon dioxide
Crop Science, 40(6), 1656–1664.
1999 journal article
Influence of daily carbon dioxide exposure duration and root environment on soybean response to elevated carbon dioxide
Journal of Environmental Quality, 28(2), 666–675.
By: A. Heagle, F. Booker, J. Miller, W. Pursley & L. Stefanski
Ozone stress, carbon dioxide enrichment, and nitrogen fertility interactions in cotton
Crop Science, 39(3), 731–741.
By: A. Heagle, J. Miller, F. Booker & W. Pursley
1998 journal article
Influence of ozone stress on soybean response to carbon dioxide enrichment: II. Biomass and development
Crop Science, 38(1), 122–128.
By: J. Miller, A. Heagle & W. Pursley
1997 journal article
Influence of a mycorrhizal fungus and/or rhizobium on growth and biomass partitioning of subterranean clover exposed to ozone
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 96(1-4), 233–248.
By: J. Miller, S. Shafer, M. Schoeneberger, W. Pursley, S. Horton & C. Davey
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