Boyd R. Strain, Ph.D.

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Duke University, Durham, NC 
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William D. Bowman grad student (Evolution Tree)
Michael S. Adams grad student 1968 UW Madison
Evan Hugo DeLucia grad student 1986 Duke (Chemistry Tree)
John S. King grad student 1991-1997 Duke
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King JS, Albaugh TJ, Lee Allen H, et al. (2002) Below-ground carbon input to soil is controlled by nutrient availability and fine root dynamics in loblolly pine New Phytologist. 154: 389-398
Ward JK, Antonovics J, Thomas RB, et al. (2000) Is atmospheric CO2 a selective agent on model C3 annuals? Oecologia. 123: 330-341
Telewski FW, Swanson RT, Strain BR, et al. (1999) Wood properties and ring width responses to long-term atmospheric CO2 enrichment in field-grown loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) Plant, Cell and Environment. 22: 213-219
Ward JK, Tissue DT, Thomas RB, et al. (1999) Comparative responses of model C3 and C4 plants to drought in low and elevated CO2 Global Change Biology. 5: 857-867
Ward JK, Strain BR. (1999) Elevated CO2 studies: Past, present and future Tree Physiology. 19: 211-220
Gebauer RLE, Strain BR, Reynolds JF. (1998) The effect of elevated CO2 and N availability on tissue concentrations and whole plant pools of carbon-based secondary compounds in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) Oecologia. 113: 29-36
Johnson DW, Thomas RB, Griffin KL, et al. (1998) Effects of carbon dioxide and nitrogen on growth and nitrogen uptake in ponderosa and loblolly pine Journal of Environmental Quality. 27: 414-425
Reid CD, Tissue DT, Fiscus EL, et al. (1997) Comparison of spectrophotometric and radioisotopic methods for the assay of Rubisco in ozone-treated plants Physiologia Plantarum. 101: 398-404
King JS, Thomas RB, Strain BR. (1997) Morphology and tissue quality of seedling root systems of Pinus taeda and Pinus ponderosa as affected by varying CO2, temperature, and nitrogen Plant and Soil. 195: 107-119
Griffin KL, Bashkin MA, Thomas RB, et al. (1997) Interactive effects of soil nitrogen and atmospheric carbon dioxide on root/rhizosphere carbon dioxide efflux from loblolly and ponderosa pine seedlings Plant and Soil. 190: 11-18
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