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- Jayawardena, Dileepa Madushanka, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Plant, cell and environment 2019 v.42 no.4 pp. 1247-1256
- Helianthus annuus; Solanum lycopersicum; biomass; carbon dioxide; carbon dioxide enrichment; food production; hyponasty; leaf angle; leaf area; leaf blade; okra; petioles; photosynthesis; soybeans; temperature; tomatoes; water stress
- ... Limited evidence indicates that moderate leaf hyponasty can be induced by high temperatures or unnaturally high CO₂. Here, we report that the combination of warming plus elevated CO₂ (eCO₂) induces severe leaf hyponasty in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.). To characterize this phenomenon, tomato plants were grown at two levels of CO₂ (400 vs. 700 ppm) and two temperature regimes (30 vs. 37°C) for ...