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Bunce, James, Plant Physiologist
Fleisher, David, Agricultural Engineer
Reddy, V.R. Plant Physiologist
Sicher, Richard, Res. Plant Physiologist
Timlin, Dennis, Soil Scientist
Ziska, Lewis, Plant Physiologist

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Dr. Lewis Ziska


Empirical selection of cultivated oat in response to rising atmospheric carbon dioxide


Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide and potential impacts on the growth and toxicity of poison ivy

2007Predicting the impact of changing CO2 on crop yields: some thoughts on food.
2007Establishment and persistence of common ragweed in disturbed soil as a function of an urban rural macro environment
2006Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Weed Populations in Glyphosate Treated Soybean

Future Weed, Pest, and Disease Problems for Plants 

2004Changes in biomass and root:shoot ratio of field grown Canada thistle, a noxious, invasive weed, with elevated CO2:  Implications for control with glyphosate
2004Quantitative and Qualitative Evaluation of Selected Wheat Varieties Released Since 1903 To Increasing Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide: Can Yield Sensitivity to Carbon Dioxide Be a Factor In Wheat Performance?
2004Characterization Of An Urban-Rural CO2/Temperature Gradient and Associated Changes In Initial Plant Productivity During Secondary Succession

Rising Carbon Dioxide and Invasive, Noxious Plants: Potential Threats and Consequences 

2003Climate Change, Plant Biology and Public Health
2003The Impact Of Nitrogen Supply On The Potential Response Of a Noxious, Invasive Weed, Canada Thistle (Cirsium arvense) To Recent Increases In Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
2003Cities as Harbingers Of Climate Change: Common Ragweed, Urbanization, and Public Health*1
2003Evaluation Of the Growth Response Of Six Invasive Species To Past, Present and Future Atomospheric Carbon Dioxide
2003Evaluation Of Yield Loss In Field Sorghum From a Cand C4 Weed With Increasing CO2

Growth Temperature Can Alter the Temperature Dependent Stimulation Of Photosynthesis By Elevated Carbon Dioxide in Albutilon Theophrasti


A Global Perspective Of Ground Level, 'Ambient' Carbon Dioxide For Assessing the Response Of Plants To Atmospheric CO2 

2000Rising CO2 and Pollen Production of Common Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia), a Known Allergy-Inducing Species; Implications for Public Health

The Impact Of Elevated CO2 On Yield Loss From a C3 and C4 Weed in Field-Grown Soybean

2000Sustained Growth and Increased Tolerance To Glyphosate Observed in a C3 Perennial Weed, Quackgrass (Elytrigia Repens), Grown at Elevated Carbon Dioxide

The Impact Of Elevated Carbon Dioxide On the Growth and Gas Exchange Of Three C4 Species Differing in CO2 Leak Rates

1999Future Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide May Increase Tolerance To Glyphosate
1999Effect Of Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentration at Night On the Growth and Gas Exchnage Of Selected C4 Species

The Influence Of Increasing Growth Temperature and CO2 Concentration On the Ratio Of Respiration to Photosynthesis In Soybean Seedlings


Long-Term Growth At Elevated Carbon Dioxide Stimulates Methane Emission in Tropical Rice Paddy


The Influence of Root Zone Temperature on Photosynthetic Acclimation to Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentrations


Influence Of Increasing Carbon Dioxide Concentration on the Photosynthetic and Growth Stimulation Of Selected CCrops and Weeds


The Role Of Temperature in Determining The Stimulation Of CO2 Assimilation At Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentration In Soybean Seedlings

1997Growth and Yield Response Of Field-Grown Tropical Rice To Increasing Carbon Dioxide and Air Temperature
1996Intraspecific Variation in The Response Of Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) To Increased CO2 and Temperature: Growth and Yield Response Of 17 Cultivars1
1995Growth and Photosynthetic Response Of Three Soybean Cultivars To Simulatneous Increases In Growth Temperature and CO2