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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Donald R Ort
Location Coordinator and Research Leader


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Investigating the control of chlorophyll degradation by genomic correlation mining -
Light sheet microscopy reveals more gradual light attenuation in light green versus dark green soybean leaves -
Physiological evidence for plasticity in glycolate/glycerate transport during photorespiration -
Walker, B.J., South, P.F., Ort, D.R. 2016. Physiological evidence for plasticity in glycolate/glycerate transport during photorespiration. Photosynthesis Research. 129:93-103.
Multimodal lightsheet, structured illumination and Airyscan superresolution microscopy of chloroplast size and its impact on light propagation -
The plastid casein kinase 2 phosphorylates Rubisco activase at the Thr-78 site but is not essential for regulation of Rubisco activation state -
Kim, S., Bender, K.W., Walker, B.J., Salvucci, M.E., Zielinski, M.E., Spalding, M.H., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2016. The plastid casein kinase 2 phosphorylates Rubisco activase at the Thr-78 site but is not essential for regulation of Rubisco activation state. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00404.
Manipulating photorespiration to increase plant productivity. Recent advances and perspectives for crop improvement -
Betti, M., Bauwe, H., Bush, F., Fernie, A.R., Keech, O., Levey, M., Ort, D.R., Parry, M., Sage, R., Timm, S., Walker, B.J., Weber, A. 2016. Manipulating photorespiration to increase plant productivity. Recent advances and perspectives for crop improvement. Journal of Experimental Botany. 67(10):2977-2988.
An improved approach for measuring the impact of multiple CO2 conductances on the apparent photorespiratory CO2 compensation point through slope-intercept regression -
Walker, B.J., Skabelund, D.C., Busch, F., Ort, D.R. 2016. An improved approach for measuring the impact of multiple CO2 conductances on the apparent photorespiratory CO2 compensation point through slope-intercept regression. Plant Cell and Environment. 39:1109-1203.
The costs of photorespiration to food production now and in the future -
Walker, B.J., VanLoocke, A., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R. 2016. The costs of photorespiration to food production now and in the future. Annual Reviews of Plant Biology. 67:107-129.
Canopy warming caused photosynthetic acclimation and reduced seed yield in maize grown at ambient and elevated [CO2] -
Ruiz-Vera, U.M., Siebers, M.H., Drag, D.W., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J. 2015. Canopy warming caused photosynthetic acclimation and reduced seed yield in maize grown at ambient and elevated [CO2]. Global Change Biology. 21:4237-4249.
Redesigning photosynthesis to sustainably meet global food and bioenergy demand -
Ort, D.R., Merchant, S.S., Alric, J., Barkan, A., Blankenship, R.E., Bock, R., Croce, R., Hanson, M.R., Long, S.P., Moore, T.A., et al. 2015. Redesigning photosynthesis to sustainably meet global food and bioenergy demand. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(28):8529-8536.
Diurnal depression in leaf hydraulic conductance at ambient and elevated [CO2] and reveals anisohydric water management in field-grown soybean -
Locke, A.M., Ort, D.R. 2015. Diurnal depression in leaf hydraulic conductance at ambient and elevated [CO2] and reveals anisohydric water management in field-grown soybean. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 116:39-46.
Improved method for measuring the apparent CO2 photocompensation point resolves the impact of multiple internal conductances to CO2 to net gas exchange -
Walker, B.J., Ort, D.R. 2015. Improved method for measuring the apparent CO2 photocompensation point resolves the impact of multiple internal conductances to CO2 to net gas exchange. Plant Cell and Environment. 38:2462-2474.
Photosynthetic energy conversion efficiency: setting a baseline for gauging future improvements in important food and biofuel crops -
Slattery, R.A., Ort, D.R. 2015. Photosynthetic energy conversion efficiency: setting a baseline for gauging future improvements in important food and biofuel crops. Plant Physiology. 168:383-392.
The influence of photosynthetic acclimation to rising CO2 and warmer temperatures on leaf and canopy photosynthesis models -
Bagley, J.E., Rosenthal, D.M., Ruiz-Vera, U.M., Siebers, M., Kumar, P., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J. 2015. The influence of photosynthetic acclimation to rising CO2 and warmer temperatures on leaf and canopy photosynthesis models. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 29:194-206.
Heat waves imposed during early pod development in soybean (Glycine max) cause significant yield loss despite a rapid recovery from oxidative stress -
Siebers, M.H., Yendrek, C.R., Drag, D., Locke, A.M., Rios Acosta, L., Leakey, A., Ainsworth, E.A., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R. 2015. Heat waves imposed during early pod development in soybean (Glycine max) cause significant yield loss despite a rapid recovery from oxidative stress. Global Change Biology. 8(21):3114-3125.
Photosynthetic terpene hydrocarbon production for fuels and chemicals -
Wang, X., Ort, D.R., Yuan, J. 2015. Photosynthetic terpene hydrocarbon production for fuels and chemicals. Plant Biotechnology Journal. 13(2):137-146.
Identical substitutions in magnesium chelatase paralogs result in chlorophyll deficient soybean mutants -
Campbell, B.W., Mani, D., Curtin, S.J., Slattery, R.A., Michno, J., Ort, D.R., Schaus, P.J., Palmer, R.G., Orf, J.H., Stupar, R.M. 2015. Identical substitutions in magnesium chelatase paralogs result in chlorophyll deficient soybean mutants. Genes, Genomes, Genetics. 5(1):123-131.
Impacts of rising tropospheric ozone on photosynthesis and metabolite levels on field grown soybean -
Sun, J., Feng, Z., Ort, D.R. 2014. Impacts of rising tropospheric ozone on photosynthesis and metabolite levels on field grown soybean. Plant Science. DOI: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2014.06.012.
Inconsistency of mesophyll conductance estimate causes the inconsistency for the estimates of maximum rate of Rubisco carboxylation among the linear, rectangular, and non-rectangular hyperbola biochemical models of leaf... -
Sun, J., Feng, Z., Leakey, A., Zhu, X., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R. 2014. Inconsistency of mesophyll conductance estimate causes the inconsistency for the estimates of maximum rate of Rubisco carboxylation among the linear, rectangular, and non-rectangular hyperbola biochemical models of leaf.... Plant Science. DOI: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2014.06.015.
Biochemical acclimation, stomatal limitation and precipitation patterns underlie decreases in photosynthetic stimulation of Soybean (Glycine max) at elevated [CO2] and temperatures under fully open air field conditions -
Rosenthal, D.M., Ruiz-Vera, U.M., Siebers, M.H., Gray, S.B., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R. 2014. Biochemical acclimation, stomatal limitation and precipitation patterns underlie decreases in photosynthetic stimulation of Soybean (Glycine max) at elevated [CO2] and temperatures under fully open air field conditions. Plant Science. 226:136-146.
Limits on yield in the corn belt -
Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2014. Limits on yield in the corn belt. Science. 344:484-485.
A meta-analysis of responses of canopy photosynthetic conversion efficiency to environmental factors reveal major causes of yield gap -
Slattery, R.A., Ainsworth, E.A., Ort, D.R. 2013. A meta-analysis of responses of canopy photosynthetic conversion efficiency to environmental factors reveal major causes of yield gap. Journal of Experimental Botany. DOI:10.1093/jxb/ert207.
How will the two major Midwest crops respond to global climate change? Results from ten years of investigation at SoyFACE -
The genome of the long-living Sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera, Gaertn.) -
Ming, R., VanBuren, R., Liu, Y., Yang, M., Han, Y., Li, L.T., Zhang, Q., Kim, M.J., Schatz, M.C., Campbell, M., Li, J., Bowers, J.E., Tang, H., Lyons, E., Ferguson, A.A., Narzisi, G., Nelson, D.R., Blaby-Haas, C.E., Gschwend, A.R., Jiao, Y., Der, J.P., Zeng, F., Han, J., Min, X.J., Hudson, K.A., Singh, R., Grennan, A.K., Karpowicz, S.J., Watling, J.R., Ito, K., Robinson, S.A., Hudson, M.E., Yu, Q., Mockler, T.C., Carroll, A., Zheng, Y., Sunkar, R., Jia, R., Chen, N., Arro, J., Wai, C.M., Wafula, E., Spence, A., Han, Y., Xu, L., Zhang, J., Peery, R., Haus, M., Xiong, W., Walsh, J.A., Wu, J., Wang, M.L., Zhu, Y.J., Paull, R.E., Britt, A.B., Du, C., Downie, S.R., Schuler, M.A., Michael, T.P., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R., Schopf, J.W., Gang, D.R., Jiang, N., Yandell, M., dePamphilis, C.W., Merchant, S.S., Paterson, A.H., Buchanan, B.B., Li, S., Shen-Miller, J. 2013. Genome of the long-living sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera, Gaertn.). Genome Biology. 14(5):R41. DOI:10.1186/gb-2013-14-5-r41.
Soybean leaf hydraulic conductance does not acclimate to growth at elevated [CO2] or temperature in growth chambers or in the field -
Locke, A.M., Sack, L., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R. 2013. Soybean leaf hydraulic conductance does not acclimate to growth at elevated [CO2] or temperature in growth chambers or in the field. Annals Of Botany. 112(5):911-918.
Global warming can negate the expected CO2 stimulation in photosynthesis and productivity for soybean grown in the Midwest United States -
Ruiz-Vera, U.M., Siebers, M., Gray, S., Rosenthal, D.M., Kimball, B.A., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J. 2013. Global warming can negate the expected CO2 stimulation in photosynthesis and productivity for soybean grown in the Midwest United States. Plant Physiology. 162:410-423.
Future carbon dioxide concentration decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion by field-grown maize -
Hussain, M.Z., VanLoocke, A., Markelz, R., Leakey, A., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J. 2013. Future carbon dioxide concentration decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion by field-grown maize. Global Change Biology. 19(5):1572-1584.
Future carbon dioxide concentration decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion by field-grown maize -
Hussain, M.Z., VanLoocke, A.D., Markelz, R., Siebers, M.H., Ruiz-Vera, U.M., Leakey, A., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J. 2013. Future carbon dioxide concentration decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion by field-grown maize. Global Change Biology. 19:1572-1584.
Energy and carbon accounting to compare bioenergy crops -
Borak, B., Ort, D.R., Burbaum, J.J. 2013. Energy and carbon accounting to compare bioenergy crops. Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 24(3):369-375.
A comparative study of the Arabidopsis thaliana guard-cell transcriptome and its modulation by sucrose -
Bates, G.W., Rosenthal, D.M., Sun, J., Chattopadhyay, M., Peffer, E., Jones, A.M., Ort, D.R. 2012. A comparative study of the Arabidopsis thaliana guard-cell transcriptome and its modulation by sucrose. PLoS One. 7(11):e49641.
Ozone exposure response for U.S. soybean cultivars: linear reductions in photosynthetic potential, biomass and yield -
Betzelberger, A.M., Yendrek, C.R., Sun, J., Leisner, C.P., Nelson, R.L., Ort, D.R., Ainsworth, E.A. 2012. Ozone exposure response for U.S. soybean cultivars: linear reductions in photosynthetic potential, biomass and yield. Plant Physiology. 160(4):1827-1839.
Climate Change and Agriculture: Effects and Adaptation -
Walthall, C.L., Hatfield, J.L., Marshall, E., Lengnick, L., Backlund, P., Adkins, S.T., Ainsworth, E.A., Booker, F.L., Blumenthal, D.M., Bunce, J.A., Burkey, K.O., Dabney, S.M., Goodrich, D.C., Lewers, K.S., Nearing, M.A., Ort, D.R., Pettigrew, W.T., Polley, H.W., Rosskopf, E.N., Srygley, R.B., Ziska, L.H., Delgado, J.A., Funk, A.J., Glenn, D.M., Morgan, J.A., White, J.W., Timlin, D.J., Mcclung, A.M. 2013. Climate Change and Agriculture: Effects and Adaption. Washington, DC: USDA Technical Bulletin 1935. 186 p.
Urgent need for basic treatment data to make precipitation manipulation experiments comparable -
Vicca, S., Gilgen, A.K., Camino Serrano, M., Dreesen, F.E., Dukes, J.S., Estiarte, M., Gray, S.B., Guidolotti, G., Leakey, A., Ogaya, R., Ort, D.R., Ostrogovic, M., Rambal, S., Sardans, J., Schmitt, M., Siebers, M., Van Der Linden, L., Van Straaten, O., Granier, A. 2012. Urgent need for basic treatment data to make precipitation manipulation experiments comparable. New Phytologist. 195(3):518:522.
Cassava about-FACE: Greater than expected yield stimulation of cassava (Manihot esculenta) by future CO2 levels -
Rosenthal, D.M., Slattery, R.A., Miller, R.E., Grennan, A.K., Gleadow, R.M., Cavagnaro, T.R., Fauquet, C.M., Ort, D.R. 2012. Cassava about-FACE: Greater than expected yield stimulation of cassava (Manihot esculenta) by future CO2 levels. Global Change Biology. 18:2661-2675.
Dissecting Arabidopsis G beta signal transduction on the protein surface -
Jiang, K., Frick-Chen, A., Trusov, Y., Delgado-Cerezo, M., Rosenthal, D.M., Lorek, J., Panstruga, R., Booker, F.L., Botella, J., Molina, A., Ort, D.R., Jones, A.M. 2012. Dissecting Arabidopsis G beta signal transduction on the protein surface. Plant Physiology. 159:975-983.
Elements of a dynamic systems model of canopy photosynthesis -
Zhu, X., Song, Q., Ort, D.R. 2012. Elements of a dynamic systems model of canopy photosynthesis. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 15(3):237-244.
Examining cassava's potential to enhance food security under climate change -
Rosenthal, D.M., Ort, D.R. 2012. Examining cassava's potential to enhance food security under climate change. Tropical Plant Biology. 5(1):30-38.
Greater antioxidant and respiratory metabolism in field-grown soybean exposed to elevated O3 under both ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations -
Gillespie, K.M., Xu, F., Richter, K.T., McGrath, J.M., Markelz, R., Ort, D.R., Leakey, A., Ainsworth, E.A. 2012. Greater antioxidant and respiratory metabolism in field-grown soybean exposed to elevated O3 under both ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations. Plant Cell and Environment. 35(1):169-184.
Effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) and maize (Zea mays) grown under open-air field conditions -
Ruiz Vera, U.M., Siebers, M., Rosenthal, D.M., Gray, S., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J. 2011. Effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) and maize (Zea mays) grown under open-air field conditions [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. M2102.
Optimizing chlorophyll content in soybean -
Slattery, R.A., Ort, D.R. 2011. Optimizing chlorophyll content in soybean [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. P22015.
Redox: another level of regulation in chlorophyll metabolism? -
Grennan, A.K., Ort, D.R. 2011. Redox: another level of regulation in chlorophyll metabolism? [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. P02035.
The regulatory role of reversible phosphorylation in the chlorophyll degradation pathway -
Hall, P.K., Ort, D.R. 2011. The regulatory role of reversible phosphorylation in the chlorophyll degradation pathway [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. P02046.
Impact of simulated heat waves on soybean physiology and yield -
Impact of simulated heat waves on soybean physiology and yield -
Siebers, M.H., Yendrek, C.R., Black, C., Drag, D.W., Rios, L., Leakey, A., Ainsworth, E.A., Delucia, E., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J. 2011. Impact of simulated heat waves on soybean physiology and yield [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. M2103.
Lysine Acetylation Is a Widespread Protein Modification for Diverse Proteins in Arabidopsis Reprint Icon -
Wu, X., Oh, M., Schwarz, E., Larue, C., Sivaguru, M., Imai, B.S., Yau, P.M., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2011. Lysine acetylation is a widespread protein modification for diverse proteins in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology. 155:1769-1778.
Climate impacts on agriculture: Implications for crop production Reprint Icon -
Hatfield, J.L., Boote, K.J., Kimball, B.A., Ziska, L.H., Izaurralde, R.C., Ort, D.R., Thomson, A.M., Wolfe, D. 2011. Climate impacts on agriculture: Implications for crop production. Agronomy Journal. 103(2):351-370.
Optimizing Antenna Size to Maximize Photosynthetic Efficiency Reprint Icon -
Ort, D.R., Zhu, X., Melis, A. 2011. Optimizing antenna size to maximize photosynthetic efficiency. Plant Physiology. 155:79-85.
How Do We Improve Crop Production in a Warming World? Reprint Icon -
Ainsworth, E.A., Ort, D.R. 2010. How do we improve crop production in a warming world? Plant Physiology. 154:526-530.
Regulation of Chlorophyll Integration into Thylakoid Protein Complexes -
Ort, D.R., Schwarz, E.M. 2010. Regulation of Chlorophyll Integration into Thylakoid Protein Complexes. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2010/public/P02/P02064.html.
Are Freeze-induced Changes in the Phosphorylation State of Pheophorbide a Oxygenase Responsible for the Canola Green Seed Problem? -
Hall, P.K., Ort, D.R., Grennan, A.K. 2010. Are Freeze-induced Changes in the Phosphorylation State of Pheophorbide a Oxygenase Responsible for the Canola Green Seed Problem? American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2010/public/P08/P08054.html.
Response of Leaf Hydraulic Conductance to Changes in Atmospheric CO2 and Temperature -
Locke, A.M., Sack, L., Ort, D.R. 2010. Response of Leaf Hydraulic Conductance to Changes in Atmospheric CO2 and Temperature. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2010/public/P15/P15018.html.
Does the Response of Leaf Photosynthetic Productivity to Rising Atmospheric Temperature and CO2 Scale Up to the Canopy? -
Rosenthal, D.M., Siebers, M.B., Bernacchi, C.J., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2010. Does the Response of Leaf Photosynthetic Productivity to Rising Atmospheric Temperature and CO2 Scale Up to the Canopy? American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2010/public/P15/P15021.html.
Biotic Stress Globally Down-Regulates Photosynthesis Genes -
Bilgin, D.D., Zavala, J.A., Zhu, J., Clough, S.J., Ort, D.R., Delucia, E.H. 2010. Biotic Stress Globally Down-Regulates Photosynthesis Genes. Plant Cell and Environment. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2010.02167.x.
More Than Taking the Heat: Crops and Global Change Reprint Icon -
Long, S., Ort, D.R. 2010. More Than Taking the Heat: Crops and Global Change. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 13(3):241-248.
Does the Response of Leaf Photosynthetic Productivity to Rising Atmospheric Temperature and CO2 Scale Up to the Canopy? -
Rosenthal, D.M., Bernacchi, C.J., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2010. Does the Response of Leaf Photosynthetic Productivity to Rising Atmospheric Temperature and CO2 Scale Up to the Canopy? Ecological Society of America Abstracts. Available: http://www.esa.org/meetings/archivedabstracts.php.
Improving Photosynthetic Efficiency for Greater Yield -
Zhu, X., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2010. Improving Photosynthetic Efficiency for Greater Yield. Annual Reviews of Plant Biology. 61:235-261.
Growth of soybean at midcentury tropospheric ozone concentrations decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion -
Bernacchi, C.J., Leakey, A., Kimball, B.A., Ort, D.R. 2011. Growth of soybean at midcentury tropospheric ozone concentrations decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion. Environmental Pollution. 159:1464-1472.
Differential Responses in Two Varieties of Winter Wheat to Elevated Ozone Concentration Under Fully Open-air Field Conditions -
Feng, Z., Pang, J., Kobayashi, K., Zhu, J., Ort, D.R. 2010. Differential responses in two varieties of winter wheat to elevated ozone concentration under fully open-air field conditions. Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.111/j.1365-2486.2010.02184.x
FACE-ing The Global Change: Opportunities for Improvement in Photosynthetic Radiation Use Efficiency and Crop Yield -
Sun, J., Yang, L., Wang, Y., Ort, D.R. 2009. FACE-ing The Global Change: Opportunities for Improvement in Photosynthetic Radiation Use Efficiency and Crop Yield. Plant Science. 177(6):511-522.
Responses of Soybean Cultivars to Elevated CO2 and O3 -
Nelson, R.L., Ainsworth, E.A., Long, S., Ort, D.R. 2009. Responses of Soybean Cultivars to Elevated CO2 and O3 [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Abstracts, Annual International Meeting, November 1-5, 2009,Pittsburgh, PA. 2009 CDROM.
Responses of Soybean Cultivars to Elevated CO2 and O3 -
Nelson, R.L., Ainsworth, E.A., Long, S., Ort, D.R. 2009. Responses of Soybean Cultivars to Elevated CO2 and O3 [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the World Soybean Research Conference VIII, August 9-16, 2009, Beijing, China. 2009 CDROM.
Over Expression of Sedoheptulose 1,7, bisphosphatase (SBPase) Significantly Improves Carbon Assimilation at Elevated CO2 -
Rosenthal, D.M., Raines, C.A., Ort, D.R. 2009. Over Expression of Sedoheptulose 1,7, bisphosphatase (SBPase) Significantly Improves Carbon Assimilation at Elevated CO2 [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Paper No. P45034.
Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Ozone Concentrations Alter Soybean Antioxidant Metabolism -
Gillespie, K.M., Xu, F., Rogers, A., Leakey, A., Ort, D.R., Ainsworth, E.A. 2009. Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Ozone Concentrations Alter Soybean Antioxidant Metabolism [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Paper No. P17001.
Elevated CO2 effects on plant carbon, nitrogen and water relations: Six important lessons from FACE -
Leakey, A.D.B., Ainsworth, E.A., Bernacchi, C.J., Rogers, A., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2009. Elevated CO2 Effects on Plant Carbon, Nitrogen and Water Relations: Six Important Lessons From FACE. Journal of Experimental Botany. 60(10):2859-2876.
Lessons From Two Decades of FACE Experiments -
Ainsworth, E.A., Bernacchi, C.J., Leakey, A., Rogers, A., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2009. Lessons From Two Decades of FACE Experiments [abstract]. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Aug 2-7, 2009, Albuquerque, NM. CDROM.
The genomic basis for stimulated respiration by plants growing under elevated carbon dioxide -
Leakey, Andrew D.B., Xu, Fangxiu., Gillespie, Kelly M., McGrath, Justin M., Ainsworth, Elizabeth A., Ort, Donald R. 2009. Genomic Basis for Stimulated Respiration by Plants Growing Under Elevated Carbon Dioxide. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 106:3597-3602.
Gene expression profiling – opening the black box of plant ecosystem responses to global change -
Leakey, A.D.B., Ainsworth, E.A., Bernard, S.M., Markelz, R., Ort, D.R., Placella, S.A., Rogers, A., Smith, M.D., Sudderth, E.A., Weston, D.J., Wullschleger, S.D., Yuan, S. 2009. Gene expression profiling – opening the black box of plant ecosystem responses to global change. Global Change Biology. 15(5):1201-1213.
Arabidopsis Transcript and Metabolite Profiles: Ecotype-specific Acclimation to Open-air Elevated [CO2] -
Li, P., Ainsworth, E.A., Leakey, A.D.B., Ulanov, A., Lozovaya, V., Ort, D.R., Bohnert, H.J. 2008. Arabidopsis Transcript and Metabolite Profiles: Ecotype-specific Acclimation to Open-air Elevated [CO2]. Plant Cell and Environment. 31(11):1673-1687.
Mutation in cysteine bridge domain of the gamma-subunit affects light regulation of the ATP synthase in Arabidopsis Reprint Icon -
Wu, G., Ort, D.R. 2008. Mutation in cysteine bridge domain of the gamma-subunit affects light regulation of the ATP synthase in Arabidopsis. Photosynthesis Research. 97:185-193.
Chlorophyll allocation during chloroplast development and repair -
Schwarz, E.M., Ort, D.R. 2008. Chlorophyll allocation during chloroplast development and repair [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. P20007. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2008/public/P20/P20007.html.
Role of Pheophorbide a Oxygenase in Chlorophyll Degradation -
Chung, D.W., Grennan, A.K., Ort, D.R. 2008. Role of Pheophorbide a Oxygenase in Chlorophyll Degradation [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. P20003. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2008/public/P20/P20003.html.
Stimulated photosynthesis alters sugar and amino-acid profiles, lowers osmotic potential and improves water status of soybean leaves under free-air CO2 -
Sun, J., Leakey, A., Markelz, C., Ort, D.R. 2008. Stimulated photosynthesis alters sugar and amino-acid profiles, lowers osmotic potential and improves water status of soybean leaves under free-air CO2 enrichment. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. P11003. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2008/public/P11/P11003.html.
How will soybeans respond to elevated temperatures when grown at future CO2 concentrations under fully open air field conditions (FACE)? -
Rosenthal, D.M., Bernacchi, C.J., Zhu, X., Ort, D.R. 2008. How will soybeans respond to elevated temperatures when grown at future CO2 concentrations under fully open air field conditions (FACE)? [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. P20009. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2008/public/P20/P20009.html.
CO2 enrichment and leaf aging down-regulate both maximum rates of Rubisco carboxylation and mesophyll conductance in SoyFACE -
Sun, J., Feng, Z., Leakey, A., Zhu, X., Ort, D.R. 2008. CO2 enrichment and leaf aging down-regulate both maximum rates of Rubisco carboxylation and mesophyll conductance in SoyFACE [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Paper No. P03008. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2008/public/P03/P03008.html.
Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsis and soybean in response to elevated [CO2] -
Qiu, Q., Huber, J., Booker, F.L., Jain, V.L., Leakey, A., Fiscus, E.L., Yau, P., Ort, D.R., Huber, S.C. 2008. Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsis and soybean in response to elevated [CO2]. Photosynthesis Research. Vol 97, pp. 155-166.
FACE-ing the facts: Inconsistencies and interdependence among field, chamber and modeling studies of elevated [CO2] impacts on crop yield and food supply -
Ainsworth, E.A., Leakey, A.D.B., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2008. FACE-ing the facts: Inconsistencies and interdependence among field, chamber and modeling studies of elevated [CO2] impacts on crop yield and food supply. New Phytologist. 179:5-9.
Agriculture -
Hatfield, J.L., Boote, K.J., Kimball, B.A., Wolfe, D.W., Ort, D.R., Izaurralde, C.R., Thomson, A.M., Morgan, J.A., Polley, H.W., Fay, P.A., Mader, T.L., Hahn, G.L. 2008. Agriculture. In: The effects of climate change on agriculture, land resources, water resources, and biodiversity. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, Washington, DC. 362 p.
What is the maximum efficiency with which photosynthesis can convert solar energy into biomass? -
Zhu, X., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2008. What is the maximum efficiency with which photosynthesis can convert solar energy into biomass? Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 19(2):153-159.
A point mutation in atpC1 raises the redox potential of the Arabidopsis chloroplast ATP synthase gamma-subunit regulatory disulfide above the range of thioredoxin modulation Reprint Icon -
Wu, G., Ortiz-Flores, G., Ortiz-Lopez, A., Ort, D.R. 2007. A point mutation in atpC1 raises the redox potential of the Arabidopsis chloroplast ATP synthase gamma-subunit regulatory disulfide above the range of thioredoxin modulation. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 282(51):36782-36789.
Genotypic Variation in Soybean Molecular Responses to Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentration -
Ainsworth, E.A., Leakey, A., Gillespie, K.M., Xu, F., Nelson, R.L., Ort, D.R. 2007. Genotypic Variation in Soybean Molecular Responses to Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentration. Ecological Genomics Symposium. p. 1.
FACE Experiments with Crops: A Quantitative Review of Results -
Ainsworth, E.A., Leakey, A., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R., Rogers, A. 2007. Face experiments with crops: a quantitative review of results. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 239-4.
Integrated analysis of the genomic, biochemical, and physiological responses of a model ecosystem to global change Reprint Icon -
Gillespie, K.M., Xu, F., Leakey, A.D.B., Ort, D.R., Ainsworth, E.A. 2007. Integrated analysis of the genomic, biochemical, and physiological responses of a model ecosystem to global change. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. Paper No. 51-3. Available: http://eco.confex.com/eco/2007/techprogram/P2266.HTM.
Functional genomics and field ecology: mechanistic insights from microarray analysis of soybean responses to elevated [CO2] Reprint Icon -
Leakey, A., Xu, F., Gillespie, K.M., Ainsworth, E.A., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2007. Functional genomics and field ecology: mechanistic insights from microarray analysis of soybean responses to elevated [CO2]. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. Paper No. 11-6.
Photosynthesis in a CO2 rich atmosphere -
Crop Models, CO2, and Climate Change - Response Reprint Icon -
Long, S.P., Ainsworth, E.A., Leakey, A., Ort, D.R., Nosberger, J. 2007. Crop Models, CO2, and Climate Change - Response. Science. 26(315):459.
Cool temperatures interfere with D1 synthesis in tomato by causing ribosomal pausing Reprint Icon -
Grennan, A.K., Ort, D.R. 2007. Cool temperatures interfere with D1 synthesis in tomato by causing ribosomal pausing. Photosynthesis Research. Available at http://www.springerlink.com/content/100325/?Content+Status=Accepted&sort=p_OnlineDate&sortorder=desc&v=expanded&o=30.
Hourly and seasonal variation in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of soybean grown at future CO2 and ozone concentrations for three years under fully open air conditions -
Bernacchi, C.J., Leakey, A.B., Heady, L.E., Morgan, P., Dohleman, F.G., Mcgrath, J.M., Gillespie, K.M., Wittig, V.E., Rogers, A., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2006. Hourly and seasonal variation in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of soybean grown at future CO2 and ozone concentrations for three years under fully open air conditions. Plant Cell and Environment. 29:2077-2090.
GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES OF SOYBEAN FROM FACE EXPOSURE TO ELEVATED TROPOSPHERIC [O3] AND [CO2] -
Xu, F., Leakey, A.B., Gillespie, K.M., Ainsworth, E.A., Ort, D.R. 2006. Gene expression profiles of soybean from face exposure to elevated tropospheric [O3] and [CO2] [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. PO2015. http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/PO2/PO2015.html.
Decreases in Stomatal Conductance of Soybean under Open-Air Elevation of [CO2] Are Closely Coupled with Decreases in Ecosystem Evapotranspiration -
Bernacchi, C.J., Kimball, B.A., Quarles, D.R., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2007. Decreases in Stomatal Conductance of Soybean under Open-Air Elevation of [CO2] Are Closely Coupled with Decreases in Ecosystem Evapotranspiration. Plant Physiology. 143:134-144.
Five years of growth of soybean at elevated CO2 and ozone, an overview -
Ort, D.R., Delucia, E., Mies, T., Long, S.P. 2006. Five years of growth of soybean at elevated CO2 and ozone, an overview. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Available at: http//crops.confex.com/crops/2006am/techprogram/P22993.HTM.
The relationship between stomatal conductance and ecosystem evapotranspiration in response to atmospheric change -
Bernacchi, C., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2006. The relationship between stomatal conductance and ecosystem evapotranspiration in response to atmospheric change. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Available at: //www.aspb.org/meetings/transpiration06/justabstracts.cfm.
Long-term growth of soybean at elevated [CO2] does not cause acclimation of stomatal conductance under fully open-air conditions -
Leakey, A.B., Bernacchi, C., Ort, D.R., Long, S.L. 2006. Long-term growth of soybean at elevated [CO2] does not cause acclimation of stomatal conductance under fully open-air conditions. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. Available at http://www.aspb.org/meetings/transpiration06/justabstracts.cfm.
Long-term growth of soybean and maize at elevated [CO2] under free-air concentration enrichment (FACE) reduces soil moisture depletion -
Leakey, A.B., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2006. Long-term growth of soybean and maize at elevated [CO2] under free-air concentration enrichment (FACE) reduces soil moisture depletion [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Available at http://www.aspb.org/meetings/transpiration06/justabstracts.cfm.
The effect of elevated CO2 on carbon and nitrogen metabolism in soybean under FACE -
Rogers, A., Gibon, Y., Ainsworth, E.A., Morgan, P.B., Bernacchi, C.J., Stitt, M., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2006. The effect of elevated CO2 on carbon and nitrogen metabolism in soybean under FACE [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Available: http://crops/cpmfex.com/crops/2006am/techprogram/P22990.htm .
Elevated CO2 Does Not Stimulate C4 Photosynthesis Directly, but Impacts Water Relations and Indirectly Enhances Carbon Gain during Drought Stress in Maize (Zea Mays) grown under free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) -
Leakey, A.B., Ainsworth, E.A., Bernacchi, C.J., Dohleman, F.G., Naidu, S., Rogers, A., Uribelarrea, M., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2006. Elevated CO2 Does Not Stimulate C4 Photosynthesis Directly, but Impacts Water Relations and Indirectly Enhances Carbon Gain during Drought Stress in Maize (Zea Mays) grown under free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting http://crops/confec.com/crops/2006am/techprogram/P22427.HTM
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: OPEN-AIR FIELD EXPERIMENTS SUGGEST LOWER THAN EXPECTED CROP YIELD STIMULATION WITH RISING [CO2] -
Long, S.P., Ainsworth, E.A., Leakey, A.B., Nosberger, J., Ort, D.R. 2006. Food for thought: Open-air field experiments suggest lower than expected crop yield stimulation with rising [CO2]. Science. 312:1918-1921.
THE ROLE OF PHEOPHORBIDE A OXYGENASE (PAO) EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY IN THE CANOLA GREEN SEED PROBLEM -
Chung, D.W., Pruzinska, A., Hortensteiner, S., Ort, D.R. 2006. The role of pheophorbide a oxygenase expression and activity in the canola green seed problem. Plant Physiology. 142:88-97.
GROWTH OF SOYBEAN UNDER FREE-AIR [CO2]ENRICHMENT (FACE) DOES NOT CAUSE STOMATAL ACCLIMATION -
Leakey, A.B., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2006. Growth of soybean under free-air [CO2]enrichment (FACE) does not cause stomatal acclimation. Plant Cell and Environment. 29:1794-1800.
PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PRODUCTIVITY AND YIELD OF MAIZE ARE NOT AFFECTED BY OPEN-AIR ELEVATION OF CO2 CONCENTRATION IN THE ABSENCE OF DROUGHT -
Leakey, A.B., Uribelarrea, M., Ainsworth, E.A., Naidu, S.L., Rogers, A., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2006. Photosynthesis, productivity and yield of maize are not affected by open-air elevation of CO2 concentration in the absence of drought [abstract]. American Society of Plant Biologists. Paper No. P01007.
HOW WILL THE GENE EXPRESSION PROFILE, BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF SOYBEAN LEAVES RESPOND TO GROWTH AT ELEVATED [CO2] UNDER OPEN-AIR FIELD CONDITIONS? -
Leakey, A.D.B., Xu, F., Gillespie, K.M., Heady, L., Qiu, Q., Rupassara, S., Ainsworth, E.A., Bohnert, H.J., Huber, S.C., Long, S.P., Rogers, A., Ort, D.R. 2006. How will the gene expression profile, biochemistry and physiology of soybean leaves respond to growth at elevated [CO2] under open-air field conditions? American Society of Plant Biologists Abstracts. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2006/public/P01/P01013.html.
INCREASED CARBON AVAILABILITY AT ELEVATED CARBON DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION IMPROVES N ASSIMILATION IN LEGUMES. -
Rogers, A., Gibon, Y., Morgan, P.B., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2006. Increased carbon availability at elevated carbon dioxide concentration improves nitrogen assimilation in legumes. Plant Cell and Environment. 29:1651-1658.
SLOW DARK DEACTIVATION OF ARABIDOPSIS CHLOROPLAST ATP SYNTHASE CAUSED BY A MUTATION IN A NONPLASTIC SAC DOMAIN PROTEIN -
Gong, P., Wu, G., Ort, D.R. 2006. Slow dark deactivation of Arabidopsis chloroplast ATP synthase caused by a mutation in a nonplastic SAC domain protein. Photosynthesis Research. 88:133-142.
CAN IMPROVEMENT IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS INCREASE CROP YIELDS? -
Long, S.P., Naidu, S.L., Ort, D.R. 2006. Can improvement in photosynthesis increase crop yields? Plant Cell and Environment. 29:315-330.
PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PRODUCTIVITY AND YIELD OF MAIZE ARE NOT AFFECTED BY OPEN-AIR ELEVATION OF CO2 CONCENTRATION IN THE ABSENCE OF DROUGHT -
Leakey, A.B., Uribelarrea, M., Ainsworth, E.A., Naidu, S.L., Rogers, A., Long, S.P., Ort, D.R. 2006. Photosynthesis, productivity and yield of maize are not affected by open-air elevation of CO2 concentration in the absence of drought. Plant Physiology. 140:779-790.
FREE-AIR CARBON DIOXIDE ENRICHMENT OF SOYBEAN: INFLUENCE OF CROP VARIETY ON RESIDUE DECOMPOSITION -
Prior, S.A., Torbert III, H.A., Runion, G.B., Rogers Jr, H.H., Ort, D.R., Nelson, R.L. 2006. Free-air carbon dioxide enrichment of soybean: Influence of crop variety on residue decomposition. Journal of Environmental Quality. 35:1470-1477.
MECHANISMS OF PLANT RESPONSES TO GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC CHANGE -
Long, S.P., Ainsworth, E.A., Bernacchi, C.J., Leakey, A.B., Morgan, P.B., Naidu, S.L., Rogers, A., Bohnert, H.J., Ort, D.R., Nelson, R.L. 2005. Mechanisms of plant responses to global atmospheric change [abstract]. XVII International Botanical Congress. Paper No. GL2.5.
CHLOROPHYLL A FLUORESCENCE INDUCTION KINETICS IN LEAVES PREDICTED FROM A MODEL DESCRIBING EACH DISCRETE STEP OF EXCITATION ENERGY AND ELECTRON TRANSFER ASSOCIATED WITH PHOTOSYSTEM II -
Zhu, X., Govindjee, Baker, N., De Sturler, E., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2005. Chlorophyll a fluorescence induction kinetics in leaves predicted from a model describing each discrete step of excitation energy and electron transfer associated with photosystem II. Planta. 223:114-133.
SOYFACE: THE EFFECTS AND INTERACTIONS OF ELEVATED [CO2] AND [O3] ON SOYBEAN. -
Ort, D.R., Ainsworth, E.A., Aldea, M., Allen, D.J., Bernacchi, C.J., Berenbaum, M.R., Bollero, G.A., Cornic, G., Davey, P.A., Dermody, O., Dohleman, F.G., Hamilton, J.G., Heaton, E.A., Leakey, A.D.B., Mahoney, J., Morgan, P.B., Nelson, R.L., O'Neill, B., Rogers, A., Zangerl, A.R., Zhu, X.G., DeLucia, E.H., Long, S.P. 2006. SoyFACE: The effects and interactions of Elevated [CO2] and [O3] on soybean. In: Nosberger, J., Long, S.P., Stitt, G.R., Hendrey, G.R., Blum H., editors. Managed Ecosystems and CO2. Heidelberg, Germany. Springer-Verlag. p. 71-86.
ELEVATED CO2 DOES NOT STIMULATE C4 PHOTOSYNTHESIS DIRECTLY, BUT IMPACTS WATER RELATIONS AND INDIRECTLY ENHANCES CARBON GAIN DURING DROUGHT STRESS IN MAIZE (ZEA MAYS) GROWN UNDER FREE-AIR CO2 ENRICHMENT (FACE). -
EFFECTS OF CO2 AND DROUGHT ON N2 FIXATOIN IN FIELD-GROWN SOYBEAN PLANTS. -
Van Bloem, S.J., Leakey, A., Ort, D.R., Gonzalez-Meler, M., Thomas, R.B. Effects of CO2 and drought on N2 fixation in field-grown soybean plants [abstract]. Ecology Society of America Abstracts. Available: http://abstracts.co.allenpress.com/pweb/esa2005/document/?1D=50532.
ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 EFFECTS ON RESIDUE DECOMPOSITION OF DIFFERENT SOYBEAN VARIETIES -
Prior, S.A., Torbert III, H.A., Runion, G.B., Rogers Jr, H.H., Ort, D.R., Nelson, R.L. 2005. Elevated atmospheric CO2 effects on residue decomposition of different soybean varieties [abstract]. Third USDA Symposium on Greenhouse Gases & Carbon Sequestration in Agriculture and Forestry, Program and Abstracts. p. 202.
CAN MANIPULATION OF THE C2 PATHWAY ENZYME ACTIVITIES INCREASE PHOTOSYNTHETIC RATE? AN <I> IN SILICO </I> ANALYSIS. -
Zhu, X., Portis Jr, A.R., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2005. Can Manipulation of The C2 Pathway Enzyme Activities Increase Photosynthetic Rate? An <i> In Silico </i> Analysis [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Paper No. 266. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2005/public/P43/7516.html.
LIGHT REGULATION OF SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY IN THE GRASS DESCHAMPSIA ANTARCTICA -
Zuniga-Feest, A., Ort, D.R., Gutierrezc, A., Gidekel, M., Bravo, L.A., Corcuera, L.J. 2005. Light regulation of sucrose-phosphate synthase activity in the grass Deschampsia antarctica. Photosynthesis Research. 83:75-86.
LIMITS TO EFFICIENCIES OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION, CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES -
Long, S.P., Zhu, X., Naidu, S.L., Raines, C.A., Ort, D.R. Limits to efficiencies of primary production, constraints and opportunities. In: Sylvester, B.R., Wiseman, J. Yields of Farmed Species: Constraints and Opportunities In the 21st Century. Nottingham, United Kingdom. Nottingham University Press. p. 319-333.
AN IN VIVO ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF SEASON-LONG OPEN-AIR ELEVATION OF OZONE TO ANTICIPATED 2050 LEVELS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN SOYBEAN -
Morgan, P.B., Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2004. An In Vivo Analysis of The Effect of Season-Long, Open-Air Elevation of Ozone to Anticipated 2050 Levels On Photosynthesis in Soybean. Plant Physiology. 135:2348-2357.
THE SLOW REVERSIBILITY OF PHOTOSYSTEM II THERMAL ENERGY DISSIPATION ON TRANSFER FROM HIGH TO LOW LIGHT MAY CAUSE LARGE LOSSES IN CARBON GAIN BY CROP CANOPIES: A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS -
Zhu, X., Ort, D.R., Whitmarsh, C.J., Long, S.P. 2004. The Slow Reversibility of Photosystem II Thermal Energy Dissipation On Transfer From High To low Light May Cause Large Losses In Carbon Gain By Crop Canopies: A Theoretical Analysis. Journal of Experimental Botany. 55:1167-1175.
FREE-AIR CARBON DIOXIDE ENRICHMENT OF SOYBEAN: INFLUENCE OF CROP VARIETY ON RESIDUE DECOMPOSITION -
Prior, S.A., Torbert III, H.A., Runion, G.B., Rogers Jr, H.H., Ort, D.R. 2004. Free-air carbon dioxide enrichment of soybean: influence of crop variety on residue decomposition [abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Branch Meeting.CD-ROM
THE GROWTH OF SOYBEAN UNDER FREE AIR CONCENTRATION ENRICHMENT (FACE) STIMULATES PHOTOSYNTHESIS WHILE DECREASING IN VIVO RUBISCO CAPACITY -
Bernacchi, C.J., Ort, D.R., Morgan, P.B., Long, S.P. 2004. The Growth of Soybean Under Free Air Concentration Enrichment (FACE) Stimulates Photosynthesis While Decreasing In Vivo Rubisco Capacity [abstract]. Planta (2005) 220:434-446.
CLONING OF A CHLOROPLAST ATP SYNTHASE ACTIVATION MUTATION IN ARABIDOPSIS -
Gong, P., Wu, G., Ort, D.R. 2004. Cloning of A Chloroplast Atp Synthase Activation Mutation In Arabidopsis [abstract]. Plant Biology. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2004/public/P39/7963.html.
HIGH LEAF TEMPERATURE LIMITS PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN PIMA COTTON II. THYLAKOID MEMBRANE RESPONSES TO MODERATE HEAT STRESS -
Schrader, S.M., Wise, R.R., Wacholtz, W.F., Ort, D.R., Sharkey, T.D. 2004. High leaf temperature limits photosynthesis in Pima cotton II. thylakoid membrane responses to moderate heat stress. Plant Cell and Environment. 27:725-735.
THE HEART PROJECT: DETERMINING HOW THE MAJOR AGRICULTURAL ECOSYSTEM OF THE U.S. WILL RESPOND TO ATMOSPHERIC CHANGE IN 2050 -
Leakey, A., Bernacchi, C.J., Below, F., Bordigno, R., Mies, T., Morgan, P., Nelson, R.L., Ort, D.R., Uribellarea, M., Long, S. 2004. The heart project: determining how the major agricultural ecosystem of the U.S. will respond to atmospheric change in 2050 [abstract]. Plant Biology Annual Meeting.
RISING ATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE: PLANTS FACE THE FUTURE -
Long, S.P., Ainsworth, E.A., Rogers, A., Ort, D.R. 2004. Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide: plants face the future. Annual Reviews of Plant Biology. 55:591-628.
CONTROL OF NITRATE REDUCTASE BY CIRCADIAN AND DURRAL RHYTHM IN TOMATO -
Tucker, D., Allen, D.J., Ort, D.R. 2004. Control of nitrate reductase by circadian and durral rhythm in tomato. Planta. 219:277-285.
LEAF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND CARBOHYDRATE DYNAMICS OF SOYBEANS GROWN THROUGHOUT THEIR LIFE-CYCLE UNDER FREE-AIR CARBON DIOXIDE ENRICHMENT -
Rogers, A., Allen, D.J., Davey, P.A., Morgan, P.B., Ainsworth, E.A., Bernacchi, C.J., Cornic, G., Dermody, O., Heaton, E.A., Mahoney, J., Zhu, X., Delucia, E.H., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2004. Leaf photosynthesis and carbohydrate dynamics of soybeans grown throughout their life-cycle under free-air carbon dioxide enrichment. Plant Cell and Environment. 27:449-458.
HOW WILL LEAF RESPIRATION RESPOND TO GROWTH UNDER ELEVATED CARBON DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION IN THREE DIVERSE TREE CANOPIES? -
Leakey, A., Davey, P., Allen, D., Rogers, A., Delucia, E., Drake, B., Murthy, R., Ort, D.R., Long, S.P. 2004. How Will Leaf Respiration Respond To Growth Under Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentration In Three Diverse Tree Canopies [abstract]? Ecological Society of America Abstracts. Available: http://abstracts.co.allenpress.com/pweb/esa2003/document/?ID=25515
HOW WILL PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF MAIZE IN THE US CORN BELT RESPOND TO FUTURE CO2 RICH ATMOSPHERES? -
Leakey, A., Bernacchi, C.J., Dohleman, F., Ort, D.R., Long, S. 2004. How Will Photosynthesis of Maize In The U.S. Corn Belt respond To Future CO2 Rich Atmospheres? Soybean Biotechnology Meeting. p. 951-962.
WILL PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF MAIZE (ZEA MAYS) IN THE U.S. CORN BELT INCREASE IN FUTURE [CO2] RICH ATMOSPHERES? AN ANALYSIS OF DIURNAL COURSES OF CO2 UPTAKE UNDER FREE-AIR CONCENTRATION ENRICHMENT (FACE) -
Leakey, A.D., Bernacchi, C.J., Dohleman, F.G., Ort, D.R. 2004. Will photosynthesis of maize (zea mays) in the U.S. corn belt increase in future [CO2] rich atmospheres? an analysis of diurnal courses of CO2 uptake under free-air concentration enrichment (face). Global Change Biology. 10:951-962.
WILL PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF MAIZE (ZEA MAYS) IN THE U.S. CORN BELT INCREASE IN FUTURE [CO2] RICH ATMOSPHERES? AN ANALYSIS OF DIURNAL COURSES OF CO2 UPTAKE UNDER FREE-AIR CONCENTRATION ENRICHMENT (FACE) -
LEAKEY, A.D., BERNACCHI, C.J., LONG, S.P., ORT, D.R. WILL PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF MAIZE (ZEA MAYS) IN THE U.S. CORN BELT INCREASE IN FUTURE [CO2] RICH ATMOSPHERES? AN ANALYSIS OF DIURNAL COURSES OF CO2 UPTAKE UNDER FREE-AIR CONCENTRATION ENRICHMENT (FACE). PLANT PHYSIOLOGY SUPPLEMENT. 2003. Abstract. p. 45.
PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES OF POPLAR AND SOYBEAN TO FREE AIR ENRICHMENT OF CO2 -
BERNACCHI, C.J., MORGAN, P.B., ORT, D.R., LONG, S.P. PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES OF POPLAR AND SOYBEAN TO FREE AIR ENRICHMENT OF CO2. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY SUPPLEMENT. 2003. Abstract p. 92.
MUTATION IN THE <GAMA>-SUBUNIT OF CHLOROPLAST ATP SYNTHASE IN <I>ARABIDOPSIS</I> ALTERS THE REDOX REGULATORY PROCESS AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS UNDER THE LIGHT -
WU, G., ORT, D.R. MUTATION IN THE <GAMA>-SUBUNIT OF CHLOROPLAST ATP SYNTHASE IN <I>ARABIDOPSIS</I> ALTERS THE REDOX REGULATORY PROCESS AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS UNDER THE LIGHT. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY SUPPLEMENT. 2003. Abstract. p. 103.
ENERGY BALANCE AND EVAPOTRANSPIRATION OF SOYBEAN EXPOSED TO FREE AIR GAS CONCENTRATION ENRICHMENT OF CO2 AND OZONE -
THE SOYFACE PROJECT 2001-2003: AN OVERVIEW -
UNIVARIATE EFFECT OF ELEVATED CO2 OR O3 ON WATER RELATIONS OF SOYBEAN AND CORN LEAVES -
Wall, G.W., Kimball, B.A., Ort, D.R., Bernacchi, C.J., Olivieri, L.M., Long, S.P., Harrison, M. 2003. Univariate Effect of Elevated CO2 or O3 On Water Relations of Soybean and Corn Leaves. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Proceedings.
CONSTRACTING MECHANISMS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHILLING-INDUCED INHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN WARM CLIMATE CROP PLANTS -
Ort, D.R. 2004, 1-10. Constracting mechanisms responsible for chilling-induced inhibition of photosynthesis in warm climate crop plants. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 2003 (Special Issue).
MODERATE HEAT STRESS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS: IS RUBSICO ACTIVASE THE PROBLEM OR THE SOLUTION? -
Schrader, S., Wise, R., Ort, D.R., Sharkey, T. 2003. Moderate heat stress on photosynthesis: is rubsico activase the problem or the solution [abstract]? Plant Biology. Paper No. 384. Available: http://abstracts.aspb.org/pb2003/public/P37/1300.html.
ELEVATED CO2 EFFECTS ON MESOPHYLL CONDUCTANCE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR INTERPRETING PHOTOSYNTHETIC PHYSIOLOGY -
Singsaas, E.L., Ort, D.R., Delucia, E.H. 2003. Elevated CO2 effects on mesophyll conductance and its consequences for interpreting photosynthetic physiology. Plant Cell and Environment. 27:41-50.
ADAPTING SOYBEAN TO CURRENT AND FUTURE CHANGE IN ATMOSPHERIC COMPOSITION. DO WE NEED MORE THAN FIELD SELECTION UNDER CURRENT CONDITIONS? -
LONG, S., NELSON, R.L., AINSWORTH, L., HOLLIS, K., MIES, T., MORGAN, P., NAIDU, S., ORT, D.R., WEBSTER, R., ZHU, X. ADAPTING SOYBEAN TO CURRENT AND FUTURE CHANGE IN ATMOSPHERIC COMPOSITION. DO WE NEED MORE THAN FIELD SELECTION UNDER CURRENT CONDITIONS?. CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF SOYBEAN BIENNIAL CONFERENCE. 2002. p. 401.
A GENOMIC PERSPECTIVE ON THE SOYBEAN PROTEIN(+)/OIL(-)YIELD(-)ENIGMA -
SPECHT, J.E., NELSON, R.L., WEBSTER, R., NAIDU, S., AINSWORTH, E., ORT, D.R. A GENOMIC PERSPECTIVE ON THE SOYBEAN PROTEIN(+)/OIL(-)YIELD(-)ENIGMA. CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF SOYBEAN BIENNIAL CONFERENCE. 2002. p. 202.
PAUSING DURING TRANSLATION OF D1, A PSII PROTEIN -
PHOTOSYNTHETIC ADAPTATION FROM THE LEAF TO LANDSCAPE -
THE CENTRAL ROLE OF PLANT BIOLOGY, FROM MOLECULAR TO ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH, IN UNDERSTANDING AND ADAPTING TO GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC CHANGE -
PHOTOSYNTHESIS CARBOHRDRATE CONTENT AND EXPORT RATE IN SOYBEAN IN THE FIELD UNDER ELEVATED P CO2 (FACE) -
LOW TEMPERATURE INDUCES EXPRESSION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE THAT TEMPORARILY OVERRIDES CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY IN TOMATO -
TUCKER, D.E., ORT, D.R. LOW TEMPERATURE INDUCES EXPRESSION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE THAT TEMPORARILY OVERRIDES CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY IN TOMATO. PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH. 2002. v 74. p. 1-9.
CONVERTING SOLAR ENERGY INTO CROP PRODUCTION -
PHOTOPROTECTION: THE ROLE OF ALTERNATIVE ELECTRON SINKS -
Current Opinion Plant Biology. 2002. v. 5. p. 193-198.
CHILLING-INDUCED LIMITATIONS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN WARM CLIMATE PLANTS: CONSTRASTING MECHANISMS -
MUTATION IN CYSTEINE BRIDGE DOMAIN OF THE Y-SUBMUIT AFFECTS LIGHT REGULATION OF THE ATP SYNTHASE IN ARABIDOPSIS -
REGULATION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE IN TOMATO -
THE GREEN SEED PROBLEM IN CANOLA -
IMPAIRMENT OF D1 TRANSLATION DUE TO HIGH LIGHT, LOW TEMPERATURE STRESS -
WHERE DO ALL THE ELECTRONS GO AFTER A CHILL? ESTIMATING THE SIZE OF THE CHLOROPLAST MEHLER-ASCORBATE PEROXIDASE (WATER-WATER) FLUX -
IMPACTS OF CHILLING TEMPERATURES ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN WARM CLIMATE PLANTS: CONTRASTING MECHANISIMS -
CHILLING-INDUCED LIMITATIONS OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN WARM CLIMATE PLANTS: CONSTRASTING MECHANISMS -
ORT, D.R. CHILLING-INDUCED LIMITATIONS OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN WARM CLIMATE PLANTS: CONSTRASTING MECHANISMS. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY. 2003. v. 40. p. 7-18.
EVIDENCE THAT NONPHOTOCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF THE PLASTOQUINONE POOL IN SUNFLOWER LEAVES ORIGINATES FROM CHLORORESPIRATION -
VARIATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC QUANTUM YIELD IN ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES -
WHEN THERE IS TOO MUCH LIGHT -
AN OVERNIGHT CHILL INDUCES A DELAYED INHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AT MIDDAY IN MANGO (MANGIFERA INDICA L.) -
MUTATION IN CYSTEINE BRIDGE DOMAIN OF THE Y-SUBNIT AFFECTS REGULATION OF THE ATP SYNTHASE IN ARABIDOPSIS -
CHILLING-INDUCED LIMITATIONS OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN WARM CLIMATE PLANTS: CONTRASTING MECHANISMS -
LOW TEMPERATURE PHOTO-INHIBITION INDUCED PAUSING IN D1 TRANSLATION -
EFFECTS ON NITRATE REDUCTASE GENE EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY DUE TO DARK CHILLING IN THERMOPHILIC PLANT SPECIES -
THE GREEN SEED PROBLEM IN CANOLA -
PHOTOSYNTHETIC ADAPTATION OF UNDERSTORY SPALINGS EXPOSED TO LONG-TERM ELEVATED CO2 -
IMPACTS OF CHILLING ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THERMOPNILIC PLANTS -
AN OVERNIGHT CHILL INDUCES A DELAYED INHIBITION OF PHOTOSYHTHESIS AT MIDDAY IN MANGO (MANGIFREN INDICA L.) -
THE CIRCADIAN ACTIVITY OF NITRATE REDUCTASE IN TOMATO IS DRIVEN BY CHANGES IN THE PROTEIN LEVEL -
DURNAL DYNAMICS IN THE QUANTUM EFFICIENCY OF NATIVE UNDERSOTRY SAPLINGS -
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURE INDUCED OXIDATION ON THIOREDOXIN MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC CARBON REDUCTION CYCLE ENZYMES -
EFFECT OF HIGH LIGHT AND LOW TEMPERATURE ON THE EXPRESSION OF D1, A PHOTOSYSTEM II REACTION CENTER PROTEIN -
HOW DARK CHILLING AFFECTS THE EXPRESSION OF A CIRCADIAN REGULATED 35KDA PROTEIN -
RESTORATION OF REDOX REGULATION OF THE CHLOROPLAST ATP SYNTHASE IN CFQ MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS BY GENETIC TRANSFORMATION WITH WILD-TYPE (-SUBNIT GENE -
INHIBITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN SUB-TROPICAL FRUIT TREES BY CHILLING IN THE DARK -
CLOCKS THAT DON'T WORK IN THE COLD, CHILLING DELAYS CRICADIAN PATTERN OF SUCROSE PATTERN OF SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE AND NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY IN TOMATO -
PHOTOSYNTHESIS -
THE CIRCADIAN RHYTHM IN THE EXPRESSION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE IN TOMATO IS INTERRUPTED BY CHILLING -
CHLORORESPIRATION IN AMARANTHUS HYBIRDUS L. ABSTRACT 694. ASPP ANNUAL MEETING -
DARK CHILLING "SHIFT" THE EXPRESSION OF A 35 KDA PROTEIN ABSTRACT 491. ASPP ANNUAL MEETING -
AN EFFECT OF HIGH LIGHT A LOW TEMPERATURE ON CHLOROPLAST PROTEIN EXPRESSIONIN TOMATO -
OZONE DEPLETION AND INCREASED UV-B: IS THERE A REAL THREAT TO PHOTOSYNTHESIS? -
DIFFERENT MECHANISMS FOR CHILLING DELAY IN THE CIRCADIAN PATTERN OF TOMATO SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE AND NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITIES -
DARK CHILLING RESPONSE OF NITRATE REDUCTASE IN CHILLING SENSITIVE SPECIES ABSTRACT 500 - ASPP ANNUAL MEETING -
EVIDENCE FOR PROTON ACCUMULATION AND ATP SYNTHASE ACTIVATION ASSOCIATED WITH CHLORORESPIRATORY ACTIVITY IN SUNFLOWER CHLOROPLASTS -
DIURNAL DYNAMICS IN THE QUANTUM EFFICIENCY OF NATIVE UNDERSTORY TREES IN FREE AIR CARBON ENRICHMENT (FACE) EXPERIMENTS -
CHILLING EFFECTS ON PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION OF SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE IN VITRO -
DOES THE CHLOROPLAST COUPLING FACTOR INTERACT WITH RELAXATION KINETICS FOR NONPHOTOCHEMICAL QUENCHING IN DARKNESS? -
PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION IS INDUCED BY OVERNIGHT CHILLING IN TOMATO -
PROS AND CONS OF FOREIGN GENES IN CROPS -
IMPROVING THE FOOD PRODUCTION HERE AND IN THE THIRD WORLD -
A POINT MUTATION IN THE ARABIDOPSIS ATPC1 GENE ALTERS REDUCTION/ACTIVATION OF THE CF-ATP SYNTHASE -
TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL EFFECTS OF CHILLING ON RUBISCO ACTIVASE GENE EXPRESSION IN TOMATO -
PARTITIONING OF THYLAKOID ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN RED MANGROVE (RHIZOPHORA MANGLE L.) LEAVES -
EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURE ON THE CIRCADIAN RHYTHM IN NITRATE REDUCTASE ACTIVITY IN TOMATO -
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH LOW PHOTOSYNTHETIC ACTIVITY IN MAIZE LEAVES AT LOW GROWTH TEMPERATURES -
LOW TEMPERATURE INTERRUPTS CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY IN CHILLING-SENSITIVE PLANTS -
CIRCADIAN ACTIVITY OF SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE IS A RESULT OF CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF SPS-PHOSPHATASE -
CIRCADIAN CONTROL OF SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY IN TOMATO -
CIRCADIAN CONTROL OF SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY IN TOMATO -
PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON TRANSFER AND ENERGY TRANSDUCTION IN PLANTS. BOOK CHAPTER, ED. BY R.C. JENNINGS. -
ELECTRON TRANSFER AND ENERGY TRANSDUCTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE OXYGENIC REACTIONS OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS: AN OVERVIEW -
CLONING OF THE GAMMA-SUBUNIT OF CF1-ATP SYNTHASE FROM A REDUCTION MUTANT OF ARABIDOPSIS. -
EFFECTS OF LOW-TEMPERATURES ON THE DIURNAL AND CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF SUCROSE PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY IN TOMATO -
EFFECT OF CHILLING EXPOSURE ON THE STABILITY AND TRANSLATION OF RUBISCO ACTIVASE MRNA IN TOMATO -
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