• 1
    Ball J.T. (1988) An analysis of stomatal conductance. PhD thesis, Stanford University, CA.
  • 2
    Brooks A. & Farquhar G.D. (1985) Effect of temperature on the CO2/O2 specificity of ribulose-1,5-bisphasphate carboxylase/ oxygenase and the rate of respiration in the light. Planta 165, 397406.
  • 3
    Farquhar G.D. & Von Caemmerer S. (1982) Modelling of photosynthetic response to the environment. In Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology, New Series, Vol. 12B: Physiological Plant Ecology II (eds O.L. Lange, P.S. Nobel, C.B. Osmond & H. Zeigler), pp.549–587. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  • 4
    Farquhar G.D., Ehleringer J.R., Hubick K.T. (1989) Carbon isotope discrimination and photosynthesis. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 40, 503537.
  • 5
    Farquhar G.D., Von Caemmerer S., Berry J.A. (1980) A biochemical model of photosynthetic CO2 assimilation in leaves of C3 species. Planta 149, 7890.
  • 6
    Green T.G.A. & Lange O.L. (1994) Photosynthesis in poikilohydric plants: A comparison of lichens and bryophytes. In Ecological Studies, Vol. 100: Ecophysiology of Photosynthesis (eds E.-D. Schulze & M.M. Caldwell), pp. 319–342. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  • 7
    Harley P.C., Tenhunen J.D., Lange O.L. (1986) Use of an analytical model to study limitations on net photosynthesis in Arbutus unedo under field conditions. Oecologia 70, 393401.
  • 8
    Harley P.C., Thomas R.B., Reynolds J.F., Strain B.R. (1992) Modelling photosynthesis of cotton grown in elevated CO2. Plant, Cell & Environment 15, 271282.
  • 9
    Jarvis P.G. (1976) The interpretation of the variations in leaf water potential and stomatal conductance found in canopies in the field. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B 273, 593610.
  • 10
    Kirschbaum M.U.F. & Farquhar G.D. (1984) Temperature dependence of whole-leaf photosynthesis in Eucalyptus pauciflora Sieb. ex Spreng. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 11, 519538.
  • 11
    Lloyd J., Wong S.C., Styles J.M., Batten D., Priddle R., Turnbull C., McConchie C.A. (1995) Measuring and modelling whole-tree gas exchange. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 22, 987 1000.
  • 12
    Lloyd J., Kruijt B., Hollinger D.Y., Grace J., Francey R.J., Wong S.-C., Kelliher M., Miranda A.C., Farquhar G.D., Gash J.H.C., Vygodskaya N.N., Wright I.R., Miranda H.S., Schulze E.-D. (1996) Vegetation effects on the isotopic composition of atmospheric CO2 at local and regional scales: Theoretical aspects and a comparison between rain forest in Amazonia and a boreal forest in Siberia. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 23, 371399.
  • 13
    Miller P.C., Miller P.M., Jacobsen M.B., Chapin F.S., Everett K.R., Hilbert D.W., Kummerow J., Linkins A.E., Marion G.M., Oechel W.C., Roberts S.W., Stuart L. (1984) Plant-soil processes in Eriophorum vaginatum tussock tundra in Alaska: A systems modelling approach. Ecological Monographs 54, 361405.
  • 14
    Oechel W.C. & Van Cleve K. (1986) The role of bryophytes in nutrient cycling in the taiga. In Ecological Studies, Vol. 57: Forest Ecosystems in the Alaskan Taiga. (eds Van Cleve K., Chapin III F.S., Flanagan P.W., Viereck L.A. & Dyrness C.T.) pp.121–137. Springer-Verlag, New York.
  • 15
    De Pury D.G.G. & Farquhar G.D. (1997) Simple scaling of photosynthesis from leaves to canopies without the errors of big-leaf models. Plant, Cell and Enviornment 20, 537557.
  • 16
    Schreiber U., Bilger W., Neubauer C. (1994) Chlorophyll fluorescence as a nonintrusive indicator for rapid assessment if in vivo photosynthesis. In Ecological Studies, Vol. 100: Ecophysiology of Photosynthesis (eds E.-D. Schulze & M.M. Caldwell), pp.49–70. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  • 17
    Sellers P., Hall F., Margolis H., Kelly B., Baldocchi D., Den Hartog G., Cihlar J., Ryan M.G., Goodison B., Crill P., Ranson K.J., Lettenmaier D., Wickland D.E. (1995) The Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS): An overview and early results from the 1994 field year. Bulletin of the American Meterological Society 76, 15491577.
  • 18
    Silvola J. (1990) Combined effects of varying water content and CO2 concentration on photosynthesis in Sphagnum fuscum. Holarctic Ecology 13, 224228.
  • 19
    Silvola J. (1991) Moisture dependence of CO2 exchange and its recovery after drying in certain boreal forest and peat mosses. Lindbergia 17, 510.
  • 20
    Skre O., Oechel W.C., Miller P.M. (1983) Moss leaf water content and solar radiation at the moss surface in a mature black spruce forest in central Alaska. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 13, 860868.
  • 21
    Smith E. (1937) The influence of light and carbon dioxide on photosynthesis. General Physiology 20, 807830.
  • 22
    Tenhunen J.D., Siegwolf R.A., Oberbauer S.F. (1994) Effects of phenology, physiology and gradients in community composition structure and microclimate on tundra ecosystem CO2 exchange. In Ecological Studies, Vol. 100: Ecophysiology of Photosynthesis (eds E.-D. Schulze & M.M. Caldwell), pp. 431–462. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  • 23
    Williams T.G. & Flanagan L.B. (1996) Effect of changes in water content on photosynthesis, transpiration and discrimination against 13CO2 and C18O16O in Pleurozium and Sphagnum. Oecologia 108, 3846.