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2017The effect of elevated atmospheric [CO2] and increased temperatures on an older and modern cotton cultivarBange, Michael Peter; Broughton, Katrina; Tan, Daniel; Duursma, Remko; Payton, Paxton; Smith, Renee; Tissue, David; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant Breeding InstituteThe effect of elevated atmospheric [CO2] and increased temperatures on an older and modern cotton cultivar, Functional Plant Biology, vol.44, 12, 2017,pp 1207-1218
2017Elevated [CO2] and warmer temperatures differentially affect the growth and physiology of an older and modern cotton genotypeBange, Michael Peter; Broughton, Katrina; Tan, Daniel; Payton, Paxton; Tissue, David; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant Breeding InstituteElevated [CO2] and warmer temperatures differentially affect the growth and physiology of an older and modern cotton genotype, Doing More with Less: Proceedings of the 18th Australian Agronomy Conference 2017, vol.N/A, 2017, pp. 1-4
2013Near-optimal response of instantaneous transpiration efficiency to vapour pressure deficit, temperature and [CO2] in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)Bange, Michael; Broughton, Katrina; Duursma, Remko; Medlyn, Belinda; Payton, Paxton; Smith, Renee; Tissue, David; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBINear-optimal response of instantaneous transpiration efficiency to vapour pressure deficit, temperature and [CO2] in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.), Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, vol.168, N/A, 2013,pp 168-176
2015Using field-based Canopy EvapoTranspiration and Assimilation (CETA) chambers to assess the impact of climate change on early cotton growthBroughton, Katrina; Tan, Daniel; Baker, J; Bange, M.P.; Payton, Paxton; Tissue, David; Yates, C; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding InstituteUsing field-based Canopy EvapoTranspiration and Assimilation (CETA) chambers to assess the impact of climate change on early cotton growth, Proceedings of 17th ASA Conference, vol.N/A, 2015, pp. 1-4
2017Warming alters the positive impact of elevated CO2 concentration on cotton growth and physiology during soil water deficitBange, Michael Peter; Broughton, Katrina; Tan, Daniel; Duursma, Remko; Payton, Paxton; Smith, Renee A; Tissue, David; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant Breeding InstituteWarming alters the positive impact of elevated CO2 concentration on cotton growth and physiology during soil water deficit, Functional Plant Biology, vol.44, 2, 2017,pp 267-278