Thomas D. Sharkey
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Stomatal conductance and photosynthesis
GD Farquhar, TD Sharkey
Annual review of plant physiology 33 (1), 317-345, 1982
60531982
Diffusive and Metabolic Limitations to Photosynthesis under Drought and Salinity in C3 Plants
J Flexas, J Bota, F Loreto, G Cornic, TD Sharkey
Plant biology 6 (3), 269-279, 2004
12642004
Fitting photosynthetic carbon dioxide response curves for C3 leaves
TD Sharkey, CJ Bernacchi, GD Farquhar, EL Singsaas
Plant, cell & environment 30 (9), 1035-1040, 2007
11022007
Photosynthesis in intact leaves of C3 plants: Physics, physiology and rate limitations
TD Sharkey
The Botanical Review 51 (1), 53-105, 1985
9661985
Acclimation of photosynthesis to elevated CO2 in five C3 species
RF Sage, TD Sharkey, JR Seemann
Plant Physiology 89 (2), 590-596, 1989
7441989
Theoretical considerations when estimating the mesophyll conductance to CO2 flux by analysis of the response of photosynthesis to CO2
PC Harley, F Loreto, G Di Marco, TD Sharkey
Plant physiology 98 (4), 1429-1436, 1992
7261992
Carbon isotope discrimination measured concurrently with gas exchange to investigate CO2 diffusion in leaves of higher plants
JR Evans, TD Sharkey, JA Berry, GD Farquhar
Functional Plant Biology 13 (2), 281-292, 1986
7071986
Biogenic hydrocarbons in the atmospheric boundary layer: a review
JD Fuentes, M Lerdau, R Atkinson, D Baldocchi, JW Bottenheim, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81 (7), 1537-1575, 2000
6482000
Isoprene emission from plants
TD Sharkey, S Yeh
Annual review of plant biology 52 (1), 407-436, 2001
5922001
Effects of moderate heat stress on photosynthesis: importance of thylakoid reactions, rubisco deactivation, reactive oxygen species, and thermotolerance provided by isoprene
TD Sharkey
Plant, Cell & Environment 28 (3), 269-277, 2005
5722005
Isoprene emission from plants: why and how
TD Sharkey, AE Wiberley, AR Donohue
Annals of botany 101 (1), 5-18, 2008
5422008
Estimating the rate of photorespiration in leaves
TD Sharkey
Physiologia Plantarum 73 (1), 147-152, 1988
5101988
Why plants emit isoprene
TD Sharkey, EL Singsaas
Nature 374 (6525), 769-769, 1995
5041995
Electron transport is the functional limitation of photosynthesis in field‐grown Pima cotton plants at high temperature
RR Wise, AJ Olson, SM Schrader, TD Sharkey
Plant, Cell & Environment 27 (6), 717-724, 2004
4742004
Water stress, temperature, and light effects on the capacity for isoprene emission and photosynthesis of kudzu leaves
TD Sharkey, F Loreto
Oecologia 95 (3), 328-333, 1993
4291993
Estimation of mesophyll conductance to CO2 flux by three different methods
F Loreto, PC Harley, G Di Marco, TD Sharkey
Plant physiology 98 (4), 1437-1443, 1992
4171992
An improved model of C 3 photosynthesis at high CO 2: reversed O 2 sensitivity explained by lack of glycerate reentry into the chloroplast
PC Harley, TD Sharkey
Photosynthesis Research 27 (3), 169-178, 1991
3711991
The small, methionine-rich chloroplast heat-shock protein protects photosystem II electron transport during heat stress
SA Heckathorn, CA Downs, TD Sharkey, JS Coleman
Plant Physiology 116 (1), 439-444, 1998
3571998
Environmental effects on photosynthesis, nitrogen-use efficiency, and metabolite pools in leaves of sun and shade plants
JR Seemann, TD Sharkey, J Wang, CB Osmond
Plant physiology 84 (3), 796-802, 1987
3451987
Isoprene increases thermotolerance of isoprene-emitting species
EL Singsaas, M Lerdau, K Winter, TD Sharkey
Plant physiology 115 (4), 1413-1420, 1997
3221997
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