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Booker, FL  2012.  Chapter 2.4, Soybean.  In: Pielke, R., ed.  Climate Vulnerability.  Elsevier Publications.  In press.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey and AM Jones. 2012. Re-evaluating the role of ascorbic acid and phenolic glycosides in ozone scavenging in the leaf apoplast of Arabidopsis thaliana L. Plant Cell and Environment 35:1456-1466.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, P Morgan, EL Fiscus and A Jones. 2012.  Minimal influence of G-protein null mutations on ozone-induced changes in gene expression, foliar injury, gas-exchange and peroxidase activity in Arabidopsis thaliana L.  Plant, Cell and Environment 35:668-681.

Cheng, L, FL Booker, C Tu, KO Burkey, L Zhou, HD Shew, TW Rufty and S Hu.  2012.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi increase organic carbon decomposition under elevated CO2. Science 337:1084-1087.

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, W Sadok and KO Burkey.  2012.  Influence of atmospheric vapour pressure deficit on ozone responses of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes.  Journal of Experimental Botany 63:2557-2564.

Gilliland, N, A Chappelka, R Muntifering, FL Booker and S Ditchkoff.  2012.  Digestive utilization of ozone-exposed forage by rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus).  Environmental Pollution 163:281-286.

Neufeld, HS, SJ Peoples, AW Davison, AH Chappelka, GL Somers, JE Thomley and FL Booker.  2011.  Ambient ozone effects on gas exchange and total non-structural carbohydrate levels in cutleaf coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata L.) growing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Environmental Pollution 160:74-81.

Aspinwall, MJ, JS King, FL Booker and SE McKeand. 2011.  Genetic effects on total phenolics, condensed tannins and non-structural carbohydrates in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) needles.  Tree Physiology 31:831-842.


Cheng, L, FL Booker, KO Burkey, C Tu, HD Shew, TW Rufty, EL Fiscus, JL Deforest and S Hu.  2011.  Soil microbial responses to elevated CO2 and O3 in a nitrogen-aggrading agroecosystem. PLoS One 6:e21377.


Niyogi, D, R Mera, Y Xue, G Wilkerson, FL Booker. 2011. The use of Alpert-Stein Factor Separation Methodology for climate variable interaction studies in hydrological land surface models and crop yield models. In: Factor Separation in the Atmosphere:  Applications and Future Prospects. P. Alpert and T. Sholokhman (eds.), Cambridge University Press.  Pp 171-183. 


Fishman, J, JK Creilson, PA Parker, EA Ainsworth, GG Vining, J Szarka, FL Booker and X Xu. 2010. An investigation of widespread ozone damage to the soybean crop in the upper Midwest determined from ground-based and satellite measurements.  Atmospheric Environment 44:2248-2256.

Booker, FL, R Muntifering, M McGrath, KO Burkey, D Decoteau, EL Fiscus, W Manning, S Krupa, A Chappelka and DA Grantz.  2009.  The ozone component of global change:  Potential effects on agricultural and horticultural plant yield, product quality and interactions with invasive species.  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 51:337-351.


Liu, L, JS King, FL Booker, CP Giardina, HL Allen and S Hu. 2009. Enhanced litter input rather than changes in litter chemistry drive soil carbon and nitrogen cycles under elevated CO2: microcosm study.  Global Change Biology 15:441-453.


Liu, L, JS King, CP Giardina and FL Booker. 2009. The influence of chemistry, production and community composition on leaf litter decomposition under elevated atmospheric CO­­2and tropospheric O3in a northern hardwood ecosystem.   Ecosystems 12:401-416.


Tu, C, FL Booker, KO Burkey and S Hu. 2009.  Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and O3 differentially alter nitrogen acquisition in peanut.  Crop Science 49:1827-1836. 


Krupa, S., FL Booker, V Bowersox, C Lehmann and D Grantz. 2008. Uncertainties in the current knowledge of some atmospheric trace gases associated with US agriculture: A review. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 58:986-993.


Matyssek, RH Sandermann, G Wieser, FL Booker, S Cieslik, R Musselman and D Ernst. 2008.  The challenge of making ozone risk assessment for forest trees more mechanistic.  Environmental Pollution 156:567-582.

Qiu, Q-S, JL Huber, FL Booker, V Jain, ADB Leakey, EL Fiscus, PM Yau, DR Ort and SC Huber. 2008. Increased protein carbonylation in leaves of Arabidopsisand soybean in response to elevated [CO2]. Photosynthesis Research 97:155-166.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, WAPursley and AS Heagle. 2007. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.   I.   Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry. Crop Science 47:1475-1487.

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2009. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.   I.   Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry. Crop Science 49:732-734. 

Burkey, KO, FL Booker, WA Pursley and AS Heagle. 2007. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut.   II. Seed yield and quality. Crop Science 47:1488-1497.


Cheng, F-Y, KO Burkey, JM Robinson and FL Booker. 2007. Leaf extracellular ascorbate in relation to O 3tolerance of two soybean cultivars.   Environmental Pollution 150:355-362.


Dubois, J-JB, EL Fiscus, FLBooker, MD Flowers and CD Reid.   2007.   Optimizing the statistical estimation of the parameters of the Farquhar-von Caemmerer-Berrymodel of photosynthesis.   New Phytologist 176:402-414.


Dubois et al.  2007.  Supplementary material. New Phytologist.


Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, J-JB Dubois, TR Rufty, JW Burton and WA Pursley. 2007.   CO2enhancement effects in container- versus ground-grown soybeans at equal planting densities. Crop Science 47:2486-2494.


Flowers, MD, EL Fiscus, KO Burkey, FLBooker and J-J Dubois.   2007.   Photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence, and yield of snap bean (Phaseolus vulgarisL.) genotypes differing in sensitivity to ozone.   Environmental and Experimental Botany 61:190-198.


Tu, C, FL Booker, DM Watson, X Chen, TW Rufty, W Shi and S Hu. 2006. Mycorrhizal mediation of plant N acquisition and residue decomposition: Impact of mineral N inputs. Global Change Biology 12:793-803. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Booker, FL and EL Fiscus.  2005.  The role of ozone flux and antioxidants in the suppression of ozone injury by elevated carbon dioxide in soybean.  Journal of Experimental Botany 56:2139-2151. (PDF; 0.4 Mb)

Booker, FL, SA Prior, HA Torbert, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and S Hu. 2005.  Decomposition of soybean grown under elevated concentrations of CO2and O3. Global Change Biology 11:685-698. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Booker, FL, JE Miller, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and LA Stefanski. 2005. Comparative responses of container- versus ground-grown soybean to elevated CO2and O3. Crop Science 45:883-895. (PDF; 1.7 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker and KO Burkey.  2005.  Crop responses to ozone:  uptake, modes of action, carbon assimilation and partitioning.  Plant, Cell and Environment 28:997-1011. (PDF; 0.3 Mb) 

Booker, FL, KO Burkey, KO Overmyer and AM Jones. 2004. Differential responses of G-protein Arabidopsis thalianamutants to ozone. New Phytologist 162:633-641.(PDF; 0.3 Mb)

Booker, FL, EL Fiscus, and JE Miller. 2004,Combined effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and ozone on soybean whole-plant water use.  Environmental Management 33:S355-S362. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Booker, FL. 2004. Influence of ozone on ribonuclease activity in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves.  Physiologia Plantarum 120:249-255.(PDF; 1.4 Mb)

Niyogi, D, H-I Chang, VK Saxena, T Holt, K Alapaty, FL Booker, F Chen, KJ Davis, B Holben, T Matsui, T Meyers, WC Oechel, RA Pielke, Sr, R Wells, K Wilson, Y Xue. 2004. Direct observations of the effects of aerosol loading on net ecosystem CO2exchanges over different landscapes. Geophysical Research Letters 31: L20506, doi:10.1029/2004GL020915. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Fuhrer, J and FL Booker. 2003.  Ecological issues related to ozone: agricultural issues. Environment International 29:141-154. (PDF; 0.4 Mb)

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker. 2002. Growth of Arabidopsis flavonoid mutant is challenged by radiation longer than the UV-B band. Environmental and Experimental Botany 48:213-224. (PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, JE Miller, FL Booker, AS Heagle and CD Reid. 2002. The impact of ozone and other limitations on the crop productivity response to CO2. Technology 8:181-192.(PDF; 1.1 Mb)

Booker, FL and C Maier. 2001. Atmospheric carbon dioxide, irrigation, and fertilization effects on phenolic and nitrogen concentrations in loblolly pine (Pinus taedaL.) needles. Tree Physiology 21:609-616.(PDF; 0.7 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, CD Reid and JE Miller. 2001. Unconsidered environmental stresses may cause overestimates of the CO2-fertilization effect. PS2001 Proceedings: 12th International Congress on Photosynthesis. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, VIC, Australia. (PDF; 0.2 Mb) 

Krupa, S, MT McGrath, CP Andersen, FL Booker, KO Burkey, AH Chappelka, BI Chevone, EJ Pell and B Zilinskas. 2001. Ambient ozone and plant health. Plant Disease 85:4-17.(PDF; 1.1 Mb)

Booker, FL, SR Shafer, C-M Wei and SJ Horton. 2000. Carbon dioxide enrichment and nitrogen fertilization effects on cotton (Gossypium hirsutumL.) plant residue chemistry and decomposition. Plant and Soil 220:89-98.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Booker, FL. 2000. Influence of carbon dioxide enrichment, ozone and nitrogen fertilization on cotton (Gossypium hirsutumL.) leaf and root composition. Plant, Cell and Environment 23:573-583.(PDF; 0.6 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, RB Philbeck, AB Britt and FL Booker. 1999. Growth of Arabidopsis flavonoid mutants under solar radiation and UV filters. Environmental and Experimental Botany 41:231-245.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Heagle, AS, JE Miller, FL Booker and WA Pursley. 1999. Ozone stress, carbon dioxide enrichment, and nitrogen fertility interactions in cotton. Crop Science 39:731-741.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Heagle, AS, FL Booker, JE Miller, EL Fiscus, WA Pursley and LA Stefanski. 1999. Influence of daily carbon dioxide exposure duration and root environment on soybean response to elevated carbon dioxide. Journal of Environmental Quality 28:666-675.(PDF; 0.8 Mb)

Warren, J.M., H.L. Allen and F.L. Booker.   1999.   Mineral nutrition, resin flow and phloem phytochemistry in loblolly pine.   Tree Physiology 19:655-663. (PDF; 0.1 Mb)

Booker, FL and JE Miller. 1998. Phenylpropanoid metabolism and phenolic composition of soybean [Glycine max(L.) Merr.] leaves following exposure to ozone. Journal of Experimental Botany 49:1191-1202.(PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Fiscus, EL and FL Booker. 1998. UV-B, an adaptation of Green/Bjorn & Murphy. Software Version 3.02. USDA-ARS Air Quality Research Unit, Raleigh, NC.

Heagle, AS, JE Miller and FL Booker. 1998. Influence of ozone stress on soybean response to carbon dioxide enrichment:Foliar properties. Crop Science 38:113-121. (PDF; 0.2 Mb)

Booker, FL, CD Reid, S Brunschon-Harti, EL Fiscus and JE Miller. 1997. Photosynthesis and photorespiration in soybean [Glycine max(L.) Merr.] chronically exposed to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone. Journal of Experimental Botany 48:1843-1852. (PDF; 0.2 Mb)

MacKay, JJ, DM O'Malley, T Presnell, FL Booker, MM Campbell, RW Whetten and RR Sederoff.   1997.   Inheritance, gene expression, and lignin characterization in a mutant pine deficient in cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA94:8255-8260.

Booker, FL, S Anttonen and AS Heagle. 1996. Catechin, proanthocyanidin and lignin contents of loblolly pine (Pinus taedaL.) needles after chronic exposure to ozone. New Phytologist 132:483-492. (PDF; 1.6 Mb)

Fiscus, EL, FL Booker and JE Miller.   1996.   Response of soybean bulk leaf water relations to ultraviolet-B irradiation.   Journal of Plant Physiology 148:63-68.  (PDF; 0.6 Mb)


Booker, FL and EL Fiscus.   1995.   Measurement and modeling of ultraviolet-B irradiance.   IN:   Climate Change and Rice (S Peng, KT Ingram, HU Neue and LH Ziska, eds.).   Springer-Verlag, BerlinHeidelberg, pp 147-157.  (PDF; 0.8 Mb) 


Fiscus, EL and FL Booker.   1995.   Is increased UV-B a threat to crop photosynthesis and productivity?   Photosynthesis Research 43:81-92.  (PDF; 1.1 Mb)


Fiscus, EL, FL Booker, JE Miller and CD Reid.   1995.   Response of soybean leaf water relations to tropospheric ozone.   Canadian Journal of Botany 73:517-526. (PDF; 0.9 Mb)


Fiscus, EL, JE Miller and FL Booker.   1994.   Is UV-B a hazard to soybean photosynthesis and yield?   Results of an ozone-UV-B interaction study and model predictions.   IN:  Stratospheric Ozone Depletion/UV-B Radiation in the Biosphere (RH Biggs and MEB Joyner, eds).   NATO ASISeries, Vol. 118, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 135-147.  (PDF; 0.7 Mb)


Miller, JE, FL Booker, EL Fiscus, AS Heagle, WA Pursley, SF Vozzo and WW Heck.   1994.   Ultraviolet-B radiation and ozone effects on growth, yield and photosynthesis of soybean.   Journal of Environmental Quality 23:3-91.  (PDF; 0.9 Mb)


Booker, FL, U Blum and EL Fiscus.   1992.   Short-term effects of ferulic acid on ion uptake and water relations in cucumber seedlings.   Journal of Experimental Botany 43:649-655.  (PDF; 0.8 Mb)


Booker, FL, EL Fiscus, RB Philbeck, AS Heagle, JM Miller and WW Heck. 1992.   A supplemental ultraviolet-B radiation system for open-top field chambers.   Journal of Environmental Quality 21:56-61. (PDF; 0.8 Mb)


Booker, FL, JE Miller and EL Fiscus. 1992. Effects of ozone and UV-B radiation on pigments, biomass and peroxidase activity in soybean.   IN:   Tropospheric Ozone and the Environment II: Effects, Modeling and Control (RL Berglund, ed). Air and Waste Management Association Transactions, Pittsburgh, pp. 489-503. (PDF; 0.6 Mb)


Booker, FL, EL Fiscus and JE Miller.   1991.   Ozone-induced changes in soybean cell wall physiology.   IN:   Active Oxygen/Oxidative Stress and Plant Metabolism (E Pell and K Steffen, eds).   American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville, MD, pp. 229-232. (PDF; 2.6 Mb)

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