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  1. Core Textbook 2 items
    1. Plant Growth and Climate Change - James I. L. Morison, Michael D. Morecroft 2006

      Book Essential

    2. Plant Growth and Climate Change - James I. L. Morison, Michael D. Morecroft 2006 (electronic book)

      Book Essential

  2. Week 17 - Lectures 1-2: 19 items
    A Never-Ending Fight: Improving the Ability of Plants to Respond to the Environment. Focus on Abiotic Stresses, Drought, Heat and Salt
    1. Abiotic Stress - Hans J. Bohnert 2007

      Chapter Recommended

    2. Plant Stress Physiology - Nicholas Smirnoff 2014

      Chapter Recommended

    3. Genomic Approaches to Plant Stress Tolerance - John C Cushman, Hans J Bohnert 2000

      Article Recommended

    4. Cold, Salinity and Drought Stresses: An Overview - Shilpi Mahajan, Narendra Tuteja 2005

      Article Recommended

    5. Transcription Factors - David S. Latchman 2007

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Cold, Salinity and Drought Stresses: An Overview - Shilpi Mahajan, Narendra Tuteja 2005

      Article Recommended

  3. Week 18 - Lectures 3-4: 4 items
    A Never-Ending Fight: Drought and Other Abiotic Stresses as a Powerful Reminder of the Effect That Weather and Climate Can Have on Food Production; Survival Strategies During Flood
    1.  FOR SUGGESTED READINGS PLEASE SEE ALSO WEEK 17

    2. Physiological Traits for Improving Heat Tolerance in Wheat - C. Mariano Cossani, Matthew P. Reynolds 2012

      Article Recommended

    3. Focus on Climate Change - Donald R. Ort, Elizabeth Ainsworth 2012

      Article Recommended

  4. Week 19 - Lectures 5-6: 6 items
    Plant Responses to Abiotic (CTD) and Abiotic Stresses. And a Never-Ending Fight: Improving the Ability of Plants to Respond to the Environment. New Focus on Plant Responses to Biotic Stresses, Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens.
    1. FOR HAND OUTS AND SUGGESTED READINGS PLEASE SEE ALSO WEEK 18

    2. Hypersensitive Response in Plants - Maurizio Camagna, Daigo Takemoto

      Chapter Recommended

    3. Plant Disease and Defence - Steffen Rietz, Jane E Parker

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Pathogen Resistance Signalling in Plants - Alex Corrion, Brad Day

      Chapter Recommended Newer edition of Resistance Genes (R Genes) in Plants

  5. Week 20 - Lectures 7-8: 3 items
    CTD A Never-Ending Fight: Improving the Ability of Plants to Respond to the Environment. New Focus on Plant Responses to Biotic Stresses, Bacterial, Fungal Pathogens and Comparison to Pests Challenge.
    1. FOR HAND OUTS AND SUGGESTED READINGS PLEASE SEE ALSO WEEK 19

    2. Coevolution: Plant-Insect - Heather M Whitney, Beverley J Glover

      Chapter Recommended

    3. Plant Defences against Herbivore Attack - André Kessler

      Chapter Recommended Newer edition of Plant Defences Against Herbivore and Insect Attack by Christopher L. Schardl

  6. Week 21 - Lectures 9-10: 6 items
    Introduction to Global Climate Change and Its Direct Effects on Plants
    1. Greening of the Earth and Its Drivers - Zaichun Zhu, Shilong Piao, Ranga B. Myneni 2016

      Article Recommended

    2. Climate Change: A Controlled Experiment - Stan D. Wullschleger, Maya Strahl 2010

      Article Recommended

  7. Week 22 - Reading Week 0 items
  8. Week 23 - Lectures 11-12: 11 items
    Indirect Effects of Climate Change on Plants & Role of Plants in Mitigation of Global Climate Change Effects
    1. Mountain Pine Beetle and Forest Carbon Feedback to Climate Change - W. A. Kurz, C. C. Dymond, G. Stinson, G. J. Rampley 2008

      Article Recommended

    2. CO2 Elicits Long-Term Decline in Nitrogen Fixation - Bruce A. Hungate, Peter D. Stilling, Paul Dijkstra, Dale W. Johnson 2004

      Article Recommended

    3. Climate effects of global land cover change - S. Gibbard, K. Caldeira, G. Bala, T. J. Phillips 2005

      Article Recommended

    4. Combined Climate and Carbon-Cycle Effects of Large-Scale Deforestation - G. Bala, K. Caldeira, M. Wickett, T. J. Phillips 2007

      Article Recommended

    5. Europes Forest Management Did Not Mitigate Climate Warming - K. Naudts, Y. Chen, M. J. McGrath, J. Ryder 2016

      Article Recommended

    6. Deep Carbon Export From a Southern Ocean Iron-Fertilized Diatom Bloom - Victor Smetacek, Christine Klaas, Volker H. Strass, Philipp Assmy 2012

      Article Recommended

    7. Natural Climate Solutions - Bronson W. Griscom, Justin Adams, Peter W. Ellis, Richard A. Houghton 2017

      Article Recommended

  9. Week 24 - Lectures 13-14: 12 items
    Species' Response to Changing Climates and Community Consequences of Climate Change
    1. Lecture 13 6 items
      1. Do Invasive Alien Plants Benefit More From Global Environmental Change Than Native Plants? - Yanjie Liu, Ayub M. O. Oduor, Zhen Zhang, Anthony Manea 2017

        Article Recommended

      2. Onset of Spring Starting Earlier Across the Northern Hemisphere - Mark D. Schwartz, Rein Ahas, Anto Aasa 2006

        Article Recommended

      3. Growing Season Extended in Europe - Annette Menzel, Peter Fabian 1999

        Article Recommended

      4. Rapid Changes in Flowering Time in British Plants - A. H. Fitter, R. S. R. Fitter 2002

        Article Recommended

      5. Rapid and Recent Changes in Fungal Fruiting Patterns - A. C. Gange, E. G. Gange, T. H. Sparks, L. Boddy 2007

        Article Recommended

    2. Lecture 14 6 items
      1. The Distributions of a Wide Range of Taxonomic Groups Are Expanding Polewards - Rachael Hickling, David B. Roy, Jane K. Hill, Richard Fox 2006

        Article Recommended

      2. Trophic Level Asynchrony in Rates of Phenological Change for Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Environments - Stephen J. Thackeray, Timothy H. Sparks, Morten Frederiksen, Sarah Burthe 2010

        Article Recommended

      3. Krill (Euphausia Superba) Distribution Contracts Southward During Rapid Regional Warming - Angus Atkinson, Simeon L. Hill, Evgeny A. Pakhomov, Volker Siegel 2019

        Article Recommended

  10. Week 25 - Lectures 15-16: 4 items
    The Challenge of Scaling Up From Individual Attack Probabilities to Epidemics
    1. Climate Change Effects on Plant Disease: Genomes to Ecosystems - K. A. Garrett, S. P. Dendy, E. E. Frank, M. N. Rouse 2006

      Article Recommended

    2. Climate Change: Resetting Plant-Insect Interactions - Evan H. DeLucia, Paul D. Nabity, Jorge A. Zavala, May R. Berenbaum 2012

      Article Recommended

    3. Consequences of Climate Warming and Altered Precipitation Patterns for Plant-Insect and Multitrophic Interactions - Mary A. Jamieson, Amy M. Trowbridge, Kenneth F. Raffa, Richard L. Lindroth 2012

      Article Recommended

    4. Smelling Global Climate Change: Mitigation of Function for Plant Volatile Organic Compounds - Joshua S. Yuan, Sari J. Himanen, Jarmo J. Holopainen, Feng Chen 2009

      Article Recommended

  11. Week 26 - Lectures 17-18: 5 items
    Energy Crisis, Photosynthesis and Biomass: Biofuels an Answer?
    1. Before the Lectures: 1 item
      1. Welcome to Carbon Atlas | Global Carbon Atlas

        Webpage Recommended Play briefly with this map, World GHG emissions since 1960, measured per country, per person or per unit of wealth. View current. Compare Europe, US, Russia, China and India. Compare Europe and China in the last 10 years. Change is possible!

    2. Growing Better Biofuel Crops - Heather Young, Chris Somerville 2012

      Article Recommended

    3. Biofuels - Chris Somerville 2007

      Article Recommended

    4. Biomass May Hinder Climate Fight - Roger Harrabin 2012

      Webpage Recommended Report (inc. 2 min video) on the UK's largest power plant

  12. Week 26 - Lectures 19-20: 7 items
    Climate, Population and Food Availability: An Impending Crisis?
    1. Before the Lectures: 2 items
    2. People, Plants and Planet - Alastair Fitter

      Webpage Recommended

    3. Reaping the Benefits - David Baulcombe

      Webpage Recommended

    4. Food Security: The Challenge of Feeding 9 Billion People - H. Charles J. Godfray, John R. Beddington, Ian R. Cute, Lawrence Haddad 2010

      Article Recommended

    5. Redesigning Photosynthesis to Sustainably Meet Global Food and Bioenergy Demand - Donald R. Ort, Sabeeha S. Merchant, Jean Alric, Alice Berkan 2015

      Article Recommended

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