Danielle A. Way

2008 Botany University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
 2008- Biology Duke University, Durham, NC 
 2012- Biology University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
"Danielle Way"


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Rowan Sage grad student 2002-2008 University of Toronto
Ram Oren post-doc Duke (Chemistry Tree)
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Dusenge ME, Warren JM, Reich PB, et al. (2023) Boreal conifers maintain carbon uptake with warming despite failure to track optimal temperatures. Nature Communications. 14: 4667
Schmiege SC, Sharkey TD, Walker B, et al. (2023) Laisk measurements in the non-steady-state: tests in plants exposed to warming and variable CO2 concentrations. Plant Physiology
Schmiege SC, Heskel M, Fan Y, et al. (2023) It's only natural: plant respiration in unmanaged systems. Plant Physiology
Sanhueza C, Cortes D, Way DA, et al. (2022) Respiratory and Photosynthetic Responses of Antarctic Vascular Plants Are Differentially Affected by CO Enrichment and Nocturnal Warming. Plants (Basel, Switzerland). 11
Smith P, Beaumont L, Bernacchi CJ, et al. (2021) Essential outcomes for COP26. Global Change Biology
Posch BC, Zhai D, Coast O, et al. (2021) Wheat respiratory O2 consumption falls with night warming alongside greater respiratory CO2 loss and reduced biomass. Journal of Experimental Botany
Dusenge ME, Wittemann M, Mujawamariya M, et al. (2021) Limited thermal acclimation of photosynthesis in tropical montane tree species. Global Change Biology. 27: 4860-4878
Murphy BK, Way DA. (2021) Warming and elevated CO2 alter tamarack C fluxes, growth and mortality: evidence for heat stress-related C starvation in the absence of water stress. Tree Physiology. 41: 2341-2358
Jagadish SVK, Way DA, Sharkey TD. (2021) Scaling plant responses to high temperature from cell to ecosystem. Plant, Cell & Environment
Dusenge ME, Ward EJ, Warren JM, et al. (2021) Warming induces divergent stomatal dynamics in co-occurring boreal trees. Global Change Biology
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