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  1. Acclimation of photosynthesis to elevated CO2 and temperature in five British native species of contrasting functional type. (1997)
Stirling C M, Davey P A et al
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  2. Architectural and physiological heterogeneity within the synflorescence of the pseudoviviparous grass Poa alpna var. Vivipara L. (2000)
Pierce S, Stirling C M et al
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  3. Carbon partitioning between Poa alpina and soil: the effects of CO2. (1996)
Plum S, Freeman C et al
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  4. Carbon partitioning in barley following manipulation of source and sink. (1996)
Plum S A, Farrar J F et al
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  5. Carbon partitioning in grasses following manipulation of sink and source. (1996)
Plum S, Farrar J et al
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  6. Changes in the photosynthetic light response curve during leaf development of field grown maize with implications for modelling canopy photosynthesis. (1994)
Stirling C M, Aguilera C et al
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  7. Chilling and photosynthetic productivity of field grown maize (Zea mays); changes in the parameters of the light-response curve, canopy leaf CO2 assimilation rate and crop radiation-use efficiency. (1993)
Stirling C M, Rodrigo V H et al
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  8. Constraints to growth of annual nettle (Urtica urens) in an elevated CO2 atmosphere: decreased leaf area ratio and tissue N cannot be explained by ontogenetic drift or mineral N supply (2001)
Marriott D J, Stirling C M et al
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  9. Could competition between plants and microbes regulate plant nutrition and atmospheric CO2 concentrations? (1998)
Freeman C, Baxter R et al
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  10. Does down-regulation of photosynthetic capacity by elevated CO2 depend on N supply in Dactylis glomerata? (2000)
Harmens H., Stirling C M et al
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  11. Effect of growth temperature on the photosynthetic performance of immature maize canopies. (1994)
Stirling C M, Rodrigo V H et al
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  12. The effect of planting density on growth and development of component crops in rubber/banana intercropping systems. (1997)
Rodrigo V H L, Stirling C M et al
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  13. Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on growth and allometry of five native fast-growing annual species. (1998)
Stirling C M, Heddell-Cowie M et al
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  14. Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on growth and physiology of native plants. (1994)
Stirling C M, Ashenden T W
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  15. Effects of population density on seasonal light and water use of banana-based interculture systems. (1997)
Rodrigo V H L, Stirling C M et al
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  16. The effects of sink manipulation on the growth and photosynthesis of grasses grown at elevated CO2 concentrations. (1998)
Plum S A, Stirling C M et al
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  17. Elevated CO2 and N: effects on growth and photosynthesis of Dactylis glomerata L. (1996)
Harmens H., Stirling C M et al
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  18. Elevated CO2 and N: interactive effects on photosynthesis of Dactylis glomerata L. (cocksfoot). (1998)
Harmens H., Stirling C M et al
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  19. European Stress Physiology and Climate Experiment (ESPACE) - grass. Final report. (1997)
Ashenden T W, Stirling C M et al
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  20. European Stress Physiology and Climate Experiment (ESPACE) - grass. Interim report (1994)
Ashenden T W, Stirling C M et al
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  21. European Stress Physiology and Climate Experiment (ESPACE) - grass. Interim report. (1995)
Stirling C M, Ashenden T W et al
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  22. European Stress Physiology and Climate Experiment (ESPACE) - grass. Third year report. (1996)
Stirling C M, Ashenden T W et al
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  23. The influence of secondary senescence processes within the culm of a pseudoviviparous grass (Poa alpina var. vivipara L.) on the supply of water to propagules (2000)
Pierce S, Stirling C M et al
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  24. Is partitioning of dry weight and leaf area within Dactylis glomerata affected by N and CO2 enrichment? (2000)
Harmens H., Stirling C M et al
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  25. Modifications of the photosynthetic response to elevated CO2 by growth temperature and defoliation treatments. (1995)
Stirling C M, Davey P A
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  26. Partitioning and efficiency of use of N in Dactylis glomerata as affected by elevated CO2: interaction with N supply (2001)
Harmens H., Marshall C. et al
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  27. Photoinhibition of crop photosynthesis in the field at low temperatures. (1994)
Baker N R, Farage P K et al
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  28. Physiological response of plants to long-term CO2 and temperature treatments. (1996)
Stirling C M, Harmens H. et al
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  29. Plant canopy development and turnover in a range of British native species grown at elevated CO2 and temperature. (1997)
Stirling C M, Williams T G et al
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  30. Predicting the impacts of climate change on vegetation (2000)
Ashenden T W, Stirling C M et al
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  31. Predicting the impacts of climate change on vegetation. (1996)
Ashenden T W, Stirling C M
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  32. Responses of grasses to changes in CO2 and temperature. (1994)
Ashenden T W, Stirling C M et al
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  33. Seasonal light and water use of a banana-based interculture system. (1994)
Rodrigo V H L, Stirling C M
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