COS 40
Climate Change: Plants III

Tuesday, August 12, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
Regency Blrm A, Hyatt Regency Hotel
1:30 PM
 The ecological importance of seemingly insignificant small rainfall events in desert grassland
Matthew D. Petrie, University of New Mexico; Scott L. Collins, University of New Mexico
1:50 PM
 Foliar temperature acclimation improves model performance while suppressing global land carbon uptake
Nicholas G. Smith, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Sergey Malyshev, Princeton University; Elena Shevliakova, Princeton University; Jeffrey S. Dukes, Purdue University
2:10 PM
 Drought shifts internal carbon partitioning and use of recent photosynthates in black spruce trees: From bud to mature shoot
Anna M. Jensen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Jeffrey M. Warren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2:30 PM
 Effects of temperature and canopy location on the photosynthetic capacity of early and late successional tree species
Susan J. Cheng, Cornell University; Jean V. Wilkening, University of Arizona; Peter Curtis, The Ohio State Univesrsity; Knute J. Nadelhoffer, University of Michigan
2:50 PM
 Climate change and water use partitioning by different plant functional groups in a grassland on the Tibetan Plateau
Jia Hu, Montana State University; Kelly A. Hopping, Colorado State University; Joseph K. Bump, Michigan Technological University; Shichang Kang, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Julia A. Klein, Colorado State University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Longer, warmer but less productive: Decreases in performance in alpine shrub Salix herbacea with earlier snowmelt
Julia A. Wheeler, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF; Andrés J. Cortés, University of Uppsala; Janosch Sedlacek, University of Konstanz; Sophie Karrenberg, University of Uppsala; Mark van Kleunen, University of Konstanz; Guenter Hoch, University of Basel; Sonja Wipf, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF; Oliver Bossdorf, University of Tübingen; Christian Rixen, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research, SLF
3:40 PM
 Effects of elevated CO2 and growth temperature on respiration rates in Norway spruce seedlings
Yulia Kroner, Western Univeristy; Danielle A. Way, University of Western Ontario
4:20 PM
 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
David M. Rosenthal, Ohio University; Ursula M. Ruiz-Vera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Matthew H. Siebers, University of Illinois at at Urbana-Champaign; Sharon B. Gray, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Carl J. Bernacchi, University of Illinois/USDA-ARS; Donald R. Ort, USDA-ARS and University of Illinois
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