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Ball, M.C. (1992). ‘Responses of vegetation to elevated atmospheric concentrations of CO2’, Papers from a symposium of the Ecological Society of Australia and the Australian Society of Plant Physiologists, Canberra, 30 September to 1 October, published in a special issue of the Australian Journal of Botany, Volumes 4 and 5.

Cowan, I.R. (1986). ‘Economics of carbon fixation in higher plants’, in On the Economy of Plant Form and Function, ed. T.J. Givnish, 133–170, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Eamus, D. and Jarvis, P.G. (1989). ‘The direct effects of increase in the global atmospheric CO2 concentration on natural and commercial temperatre trees and forests’, Advances in Ecological Research, 19, 1–55.

Gifford, R.M. (1994). ‘The global carbon cycle: a viewpoint on the missing sink’, Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 21, 1–15.

Lloyd, J. and Farquhar, G.D. (1996). ‘The CO2 dependence of photosynthesis, plant growth responses to elevated CO2 concentrations and their interaction with soil nutrient status.
I. General principles and forest ecosystems’, Functional Ecology, 10, 4–32.

 

 

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