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David Grantz


selected Publications:

Grantz, D.A., X. Zhang and T. Carlson. 1999. Observations and model simulations link stomatal inhibition to impaired hydraulic conductance following ozone exposure in cotton. Plant Cell and Environment 22: 1201-1210.

Grantz, D. A. and S. Yang. 2000. Ozone impacts on allometry and root hydraulic conductance are not mediated by source limitation nor developmental age. Journal of Experimental Botany 51: 919-927.

Grantz, D. A. and J. F. Farrar. 2000. Ozone inhibits phloem loading from a transport pool: compartmental efflux analysis in Pima cotton. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 27: 859-868.

Grantz, D.A., V. Silva, M. Toyota and N. Ott. 2003. Ozone increases root respiration but decreases leaf CO2 assimilation in cotton and melon. Journal of Experimental Botany 54: 1-10.

Grantz D.A., H-B. Vu, C. Aguilar and M.A. Rea. 2010. No interaction between methyl jasmonate and ozone in Pima cotton: growth and allocation respond independently to both. . Plant Cell and Environment 33: 717-728.

Grantz, D.A. and H-B. Vu. 2012. Root and Shoot Gas Exchange Respond Additively to Moderate Ozone and Methyl Jasmonate without Induction of Ethylene:  Ethylene is induced at higher O3. Journal of Experimental Botany 63: 4303-4313.

Grantz, D.A., H-B. Vu, R.L. Heath and K. Burkey, 2013. Demonstration of a diel trend in sensitivity of Gossypium to ozone: A step toward relating O3 injury to exposure or flux. Journal of Experimental Botany 64:1703-13.

Grantz, D.A. 2014. Water, Transpiration, and Gas Exchange. Chapter 10, In: Moore, P.H. and Botha, F.C. (editors), Sugarcane: Physiology, Biochemistry, and Functional Biology. Wiley-Blackwell, Ames, IA.

Grantz, D. A. 2014. Diel trend in plant sensitivity to ozone: Implications for exposure- and flux-based ozone metrics. Atmospheric Environment 98: 571-580

Grantz, D.A., K.O. Burkey, A. Jackson, H-B. Vu, M.T. McGrath and G. Harvey. 2014. Perchlorate content of plant foliage reflects a wide range of species-dependent accumulation but not ozone-induced biosynthesis. Environmental Pollution, 184: 690-696.

Grantz, D. A., A.Jackson, H.-B. Vu, K. O. Burkey, M. T. McGrath and G Harvey, 2014. High Ozone Increases Soil Perchlorate but Does Not AffectFoliar Perchlorate Content. Journal of Environmental Quality 43: 1460–1466.

Oikawa, P.Y., D.A. Grantz, A. Chatterjee, J.E. Eberwein, L.A. Allsman and G.D. Jenerette. 2014. Unifying soil respiration pulses, inhibition, and temperature hysteresis through dynamics of labile carbon and soil O2. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 119: 521–536.

Oikawa, P.Y., D.A. Grantz and G.D. Jenerette. 2014. Offsetting high water demands with high productivity: Sorghum as a biofuel crop in a high irradiance arid ecosystem. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy, 7: 974-983.

Liang, L.L., J.R. Eberwein, L.A. Allsman, D. A. Grantz and G.D. Jenerette. 2015. Regulation of CO2 and N2O fluxes with coupled carbon and nitrogen availability. Environmental Research Letters 10: doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/10/3/034008.

Liang, L.L., D.A. Grantz and G.D. Jenerette. 2015. Multivariate regulation of soil CO2 and N2O pulse emissions from agriculture soils. Global Change Biology 22: 1286-1298. doi: 10.1111/gcb.13130.

Oikawa, P.Y., C. Ge, J. Wang, J.E. Eberwein, L. Liang, L.A. Allsman, D.A. Grantz and G.D. Jenerette. 2015. Unusually high soil nitrogen oxide emissions influence air quality in a high temperature agricultural region. Nature Communications doi: 10.1038/ncomms9753.

Pivovaroff, A.L., L.S. Santiago, G.L. Vourlitis, D.A. Grantz and M.F. Allen, 2016. Plant hydraulic responses to long-term dry season nitrogen deposition alter drought tolerance in a Mediterranean-type ecosystem. Oecologia doi 10.1007/s00442-016-3609-2.

Paudel, R., D.A. Grantz, H-B. Vu, N. Grulke and A. Shrestha. 2016. Tolerance of Growth and Gas Exchange of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats.) to elevated ozone and deficit irrigation: potential contributor to invasion biology? Weed Science 64:276–284.

Burkhardt, J. and D.A. Grantz. 2016. Plants and atmospheric aerosols. Progress in Botany in press.