Does leaf photosynthesis adapt to CO2-enriched environments? An experiment on plants originating from three natural CO2 springs
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Volume 182, Issue 3, pages 698–709, May 2009
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Onoda, Y., Hirose, T. and Hikosaka, K. (2009), Does leaf photosynthesis adapt to CO2-enriched environments? An experiment on plants originating from three natural CO2 springs. New Phytologist, 182: 698–709. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2009.02786.x
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