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Agriculture (Species: Maize)

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* -- The Growth Response of Maize to CO2 across Two Generations

* -- The Response of Two Maize Varieties to CO2 Enrichment

* -- Elevated CO2 and Elevated Temperature Improve the Quantity and Quality of Soybean and Maize Yields

* -- The Thermal Acclimation of Maize Plants

* -- The Response of Maize to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

* -- Elevated CO2-induced Increases in both Rice and Maize

* -- The Attenuation of Corn Yield Sensitivity to Rising Temperatures

* -- CO2 and Temperature Effects on Maize Yield and Protein Content

* -- Maize Yield vs Asian Corn Borer Activity in CO2 Enriched Air

Growth and Yield of Three Maize Genotypes in CO2 Enriched Air

Recovering from Drought and Nitrogen Stress in CO2-Enriched Air

Ruminant Fermentation of Maize Grown in CO2-Enriched Air

Corn Production in the USA Is Already Adapting to Warming

Growth of Water-Stressed Maize and Sorghum Plants

Rising Temperatures and Corn Production in Northeast China

Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment and the Growth of Corn Under Various Degrees of Water Stress

Effects of Global Warming, Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment and Technological Innovations on Bean and Maize Yields in Brazil

Effect of Elevated CO2 on Water Use Efficiency of Maize

Climate-Mediated Changes in 20th-Century Argentina Agriculture

A Half-Century Forward Look at Agricultural Production in Canada's Atlantic Provinces

The Agroclimate of Alberta, Canada

Corn and CO2

Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on the Physiological and Biochemical Responses of Maize to Chilling Temperatures

African Food Security: The Need for a "Doubly Green Revolution"

Effects of Elevated CO2 on an Important C4 Crop: Maize