Credit:: Nadia Ayub

 

 

Hay W.T., Behle R.W., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Fanta G.F., Selling G.W. (submitted) Novel film forming starch complexes improve rainfastness of biocontrol spray applications to plants, reducing insect damage. Biocontrol Science & Technology.

Ruiz-Vera U.M., Siebers M.H., Ort D.R., Bernacchi C.J. (2018) Canopy warming accelerates development in soybean and maize, offsetting the delay in soybean reproductive development by elevated CO2 concentrations. https://doi.org/10.1111/pce.13410

Larson T.H., Balikian R.J., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Ort D.R. (2018) In-situ cassava root size measurement using ground penetrating radar (GPR). https://www.xcdsystem.com/sageep/abstract/File1988/69_UploadExtendedAbstract_1211053414.pdf

Ruiz-Vera U.M., De Souza A.P., Long S.P., Ort D.R. (2017) The role of sink strength and nitrogen availability in the down-regulation of photosynthetic capacity in field-grown Nicotiana tabacum L. at elevated CO2 concentration. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi:  10.3389/fpls.2017.00998.

Köhler I.H., Bernacchi C.J., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Vanloocke A., Thomey M.L., Clemente T., Long S.P., Ort D.R.. (2016) Expression of cyanobacterial FBP/SBPase in soybean prevents yield depression under future climate conditions. Journal of Experimental Botany, 68:715-726.

Gray S.B., Dermody O, Klein S.P.­, Locke A.M., McGrath J.M., Paul R.E., Rosenthal D.M., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Siebers M.H., Strellner R., Ainsworth E.A., Bernacchi C.J., Long S.P., Ort D.R., Leakey A.D.B. (2016) Intensifying drought eliminates the expected benefits of elevated [CO2] for soybean. Nature Plants, doi:10.1038/nplants.2016.132

Pereira-Flores M.E., Justino F., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Stordal F., Martins Melo A.A., de Ávila Rodrigues E. (2016) Response of soybean yield components and allocation of dry matter to increased temperature and CO2 concentration. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 10:808-818.

Ruiz-Vera U.M., Siebers M.H., Drag D.W., Ort D.R., Bernacchi C.J. (2015) Canopy warming caused photosynthetic acclimation and reduced seed yield in maize grown at ambient and elevated [CO2]. Global Change Biology, 21: 4237-4249.

Bagley J., Rosenthal D.M., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Siebers M.H., Kumar P., Ort D.R., Bernacchi C.J. (2015) The influence of photosynthetic acclimation to rising CO2 and warmer temperatures on leaf and canopy photosynthesis models. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 29: 194-206.

Rosenthal D.M., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Siebers M.H., Gray S.B., Bernacchi C.J., Ort D.R. (2014) Biochemical acclimation, stomatal limitation and precipitation patterns underlie decreases in photosynthetic stimulation of soybean (Glycine max) at elevated [CO2] and temperatures under fully open airfield conditions. Plant Science, 226: 136-146.

Ruiz-Vera U.M., Siebers M.H., Gray S.B., Drag D.W., Rosenthal D.M., Kimball B.A., Ort D.R., Bernacchi C.J. (2013) Global warming can negate the expected CO2 stimulation in photosynthesis and productivity for soybean grown in the Midwest United States. Plant Physiology, 162: 410 - 423.

Bernacchi C.J., Bagley J.E., Serbin S.P., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Rosenthal D.M., VanLoocke A. (2013) Modeling C3 photosynthesis from the chloroplast to the ecosystem. Plant Cell & Environment, 36: 1641 - 1657.

Bernacchi C.J., Bagley J.E., Serbin S.P., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Rosenthal D.M., VanLoocke A. "Modeling Diurnal Photosynthesis" : “Modeling Photosynthetic Responses to Light” : “Modeling Photosynthetic Responses to Carbon Dioxide” : “Modeling Photosynthetic Responses to Temperature” (http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/“ ”/). Wolfram Demonstrations Project. Published: March 21, 2013 (Educational Tool).

Hussain M., VanLoocke A., Siebers M.H., Ruiz-Vera U.M., Markelz R.J., Leakey A., Ort D.R., Bernacchi C.J.  (2013) Future carbon dioxide concentration decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion by field-grown maize. Global Change Biology, 19: 1572 - 1584.