Full Publication List

  1. Lamour J, Souza DC, Gimenez BO, Higuchi N, Chave J, Chambers J. Rogers A (2023) Wood-density has no effect on stomatal control of leaf-level water use efficiency in an Amazonian forest. Plant, Cell & Environment, 46, 3806–3821. (pdf)
  2. Davidson KJ, Lamour J, McPherran A, Rogers A, Serbin SP (2023) Seasonal trends in leaf level photosynthetic capacity and water use efficiency in a North American Eastern deciduous forest and their impact on canopy-scale gas exchange. New Phytologist. 240, 138-156. (pdf)
  3. Liu S, Yan Z, Wang Z, Serbin SP, Visser M, Zeng Y, Ryu Y, Su Y, Guo Z, Song G, Wu Q, Zhang H, Cheng KH, Dong J, Hau BCH, Zhao P, Yang Xi, Liu L, Rogers A, Wu J (2023) Mapping foliar photosynthetic capacity in sub-tropical and tropical forests with UAS-based imaging spectroscopy: Scaling from leaf to canopy. Remote Sensing of Environment. 293, 113612. (pdf)
  4. Lamour J, Davidson K, Ely KS, Moguédec G, Anderson J, Li Q, Calderón O, Koven C, Wright SJ, Walker A, Serbin S, Rogers A (2023) The effect of vertical gradients of photosynthetic parameters on the CO2 assimilation and transpiration of a Panamanian tropical forest. New Phytologist. 238, 2345-2362. (pdf)
  5. Wolfe BT, Detto M, Zhang Y, Anderson-Teixera K, Brodribb T, Collins AD, Crawford C, Dickman LT, Ely KS, Francisco J, Gurry PD, Hancock H, King CT, Majekobaje AR, Mallett CJ, McDowell NG, Mendheim Z, Michaletz S, Myers DB, Price TJ, Rogers A, Sack L, Serbin SP, Siddiq Z, Willis D, Wu J, Zailaa J, Wright SJ (2023) Leaves as bottlenecks: The contribution of tree leaves to hydraulic resistance within the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. Plant, Cell & Environment. 46, 736-746. (pdf)
  6. Davidson KJ, Lamour J, Rogers A, Ely KS, Li Q, McDowell NG, Pivovaroff AL, Wolfe BT, Wright SJ, Zambrano A, Serbin SP (2023). Short-term variation in leaf-level water use efficiency in a tropical forest. New Phytologist. 237, 2069-2087. (pdf)
  7. Yang D, Morrison BD, Davidson KJ, Lamour J, Li Q, Nelson PR, Hantson W, Hayes DJ, Swetnam TL, McMahon A, Anderson J, Ely KS, Rogers A, Serbin SP (2022). Remote Sensing from Unoccupied Aerial Systems: Opportunities to Enhance Arctic Plant Ecology in a Changing Climate. Journal of Ecology. 110, 2812-2835. (pdf)
  8. Crystal-Ornelas R, Varadharajan C, O’Ryan D, Beilsmith K, Bond-Lamberty B, Boye K, Burrus M, Cholia S, Christianson D, Crow M, Damerow J, Ely K, Goldman A, Heinz S, Hendrix V, Kakalia Z, Mathes K, O’Brien F, Pennington S, Robles E, Rogers A, Simmonds M, Velliquette T, Weisenhorn P, Welch J, Whitenack K, Agarwal D (2022). Enabling FAIR data in Earth and environmental science with community-centric (meta)data reporting formats. Scientific Data. 9, 700. (pdf)
  9. Li Q, Serbin SP, Lamour J, Davidson KJ, Ely KS, Rogers A (2022) Implementation and evaluation of the unified stomatal optimization approach in the Functionally Assembled Terrestrial Ecosystem Simulator (FATES). Geoscientific Model Development . 15, 4313-4329. (pdf)
  10. Davidson KJ Lamour J, Rogers A, Serbin SP (2022) Late day measurement of excised branches results in uncertainty in the estimation of two stomatal parameters derived from response curves in Populus deltoides Bartr. x Populus nigra L. Tree Physiology. 42, 1377-1395. (pdf)
  11. Sabot MEB, De Kauwe MG, Pitman AJ, Medlyn BE, Ellsworth D, Martin-StPaul N, Wu J, Choat B, Limousin J-M, Mitchell PJ, Rogers A, Serbin SP (2022) One stomatal model to rule them all? Towards improved representation of carbon and water exchange in global models. Journal of Advances in Modelling Earth Systems 14, e2021MS002761. (pdf)
  12. Lamour J, Davidson KJ, Ely KS, Le Moguedec G, Leakey ADB, Li Q, Serbin SP, Rogers A (2022) An improved representation of the relationship between photosynthesis and stomatal conductance leads to a more stable estimation of conductance parameters and improves the goodness-of-fit across diverse datasets. Global Change Biology. 28, 3537-3556. (pdf)
  13. Rogers A, Serbin SP, Way DA (2022) Reducing model uncertainty of climate change impacts on high latitude carbon assimilation. Global Change Biology. 28, 1222-1247. (pdf)
  14. Song G, Wu S, Lee CKF, Serbin SP, Wolfe BT, Ng MK, Ely KS, Bogonovich M, Wang J, Lin Z, Saleska S, Nelson BW, Rogers A, Wu J (2022) Monitoring leaf phenology in moist tropical forests by applying a spuerpixel-based deep learning method to time-series images of tree canopies. Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. 183, 19-33 (pdf)
  15. Lamour J, Davidson KJ, Ely KS, Li Q, Serbin SP, Rogers A (2022) New calculations for photosynthesis measurement systems: what’s the impact for physiologists and modelers? New Phytologist. 253, 592-598. (pdf)
  16. Lamour J, Davidson KJ, Ely KS, Anderson JA, Rogers A, Wu J, Serbin SP (2021) Rapid estimation of photosynthetic leaf traits of tropical plants in diverse environmental conditions using reflectance spectroscopy. PLOS One. 16, e0258791 (pdf)
  17. Souza DC, Jardine KJ, Rodrigues JVFC, Gimenez BO, Rogers A, McDowell N, Walker A, Higuchi N, Sampaio-Filho IJ, Chambers J (2021) Canopy position influences the degree of light suppression of leaf respiration in abundant tree genera in the Amazon Forest. Frontiers in Forest and Global Change. 4, 723539. (pdf)
  18. Crystal-Ornelas R, Varadharajan C, Bond-Lamberty B, Boye K, Burrus M, Cholia S, Crow M, Damerow J, Dearakonda R, Ely KS, Goldman A, Heinze S, Hendrix V, Kakalia Z, Pennington S, Robles E, Rogers A, Simmonds M, Velliquette T, Weierbach H, Weisenhorn P, Welch JN, Agarwal DA (2021). A guide to usig GitHub for developing and versioning data standards and reporting formats. Earth and Space Science. 8, e2021EA001797 (pdf)
  19. Yan Z, Guo Z, Serbin SP, Song G, Zhao Y, Chen Y, Wu S, Wang J, Wang X, Li J, Wang B, Wu Y; Su Y, Wang H, Rogers A, Liu L, Wu J (2021) Spectroscopy outperforms leaf trait relationships for predicting photosynthetic capacity across different forest types. New Phytologist. 232, 134-147. (pdf)
  20. Rogers A, Dietz K-J, Gifford M, Lunn JE (2021) The importance of independent replication of treatments in plant science. Journal of Experimental Botany. 72, 5270-5274. (pdf)
  21. Pivovaroff AL, McDowell N, Wolfe BT, Christoffersen B, Davies S, Dickman LT, Grossiord C, Leff RT, Rogers A, Serbin SP, Wright SJ, Wu J, Xu C, Chambers JQ (2021) Hydraulic architecture explains species moisture dependency but not mortality rates across a tropical rainfall gradient. Biotropica. 53, 1213-1225. (pdf)
  22. Burnett AC, Serbin SP, Davidson KJ, Ely KS, Rogers A (2021) Detection of the metabolic response to drought stress using hyperspectral reflectance. Journal of Experimental Botany. 72, 6474-6489. (pdf)
  23. Burnett AC, Anderson J, Davidson KJ, Ely KS, Lamour J, Li Q, Morrison BD, Yang D, Rogers A, Serbin SP (2021)  A best-practice guide to predicting plant traits from leaf-level hyperspectral data using partial least square regression. Journal of Experimental Botany. 72, 6175-6189. (pdf)
  24. Burnett AC, Serbin SP, Rogers A (2021) Source:sink imbalance detected with leaf and canopy-level spectroscopy in a field-grown crop. Plant, Cell & Environment. 44, 2466-2479. (pdf)
  25. Burnett AC, Serbin SP, Lamour J, Anderson J, Davidson KJ, Yang D, Rogers A (2021) Seasonal trends in photosynthesis and leaf traits in scarlet oak. Tree Physiology. 41, 1413-1424. (pdf)
  26. Ely KS, Rogers A, Agarwal DA, Ainsworth EA, Albert L, Ali A, Anderson J, Aspinwall MJ, Bellasio C, Bernacchi C, Bonnage S, Buckley TN, Bunce J, Burnett AC, Busch FA, Cavanagh A, Cernusak LN, Crystal-Ornelas R, Damerow J, Davidson KJ, De Kauwe MG, Dietze MC, Domingues TF, Dusenge ME, Ellsworth DS, Evans JR, Gauthier PPG, Gimenez BO, Gordon EP, Gough CM, AHalbritter AH, Hanson DT, Heskel M, Hogan JA, Hupp JR, Jardine K, Kattge J, Keenan T, Kromdijk J, Kumarathunge DP, Lamour J, Leakey ADB, LeBauer DS, Li Q, Lundgren MR, McDowell N, Meacham-Hensold K, Medlyn BE, Moore DJP, Negrón-Juárez R, Niinemets U, Osborne CP, Pivovaroff AL, Poorter H, Reed SC, Ryu Y, Sanz-Saez A, Schmiege SC, Serbin SP, Sharkey TD, Slot M, Smith NG, Sonawane BV, South PF, Souza DC, Stinziano JR, Stuart-Haëntjens E, Taylor SH, Tejera MD, Uddling J, Vandvik V,Varadharajan C, Walker AP, Walker BJ, Warren JM, Way DA, Wolfe BT, Wu J, Wullschleger SD, Xu C, Yan Z, Yang D (2021) A reporting format for leaf-level gas exchange data and metadata. Ecological Informatics. 61, 101232. (pdf)
  27. Way DA, Cook A, Rogers A (2021) The effect of rising CO2 concentration on terrestrial systems: scaling it up. New Phytologist. 229, 2383-2385. (pdf)
  28. Rogers A, Kumarathunge DP, Lombardozzi DL, Medlyn BE, Serbin SP, Walker AP (2021) Triose phosphate utilization limitation: an unnecessary complexity in terrestrial biosphere model representation of photosynthesis. New Phytologist. 230, 17-22. (pdf)
  29. Walker AP, Johnson AM, Rogers A, Anderson J, Bridges RA, Fisher RA, Lu D, Ricciutto DM, Serbin SP, Ye M (2021). Multi-hypothesis analysis of Farquhar and Collatz photosynthesis models reveals unexpected influence of empirical assumptions. Global Change Biology. 27, 804-822. (pdf)
  30. Rodrigues TB, Baker CR, Walker AP, McDowel N, Rogers A, Higuchi N, Chambers JQ, Jardine KJ (2020) Stimulation of isoprene emissions and electron transport rates are a key mechanism of thermal tolerance in the tropical species Vismia guianensis. Global Change Biology. 26, 5928-5941. (pdf)
  31. Iversen CM, Bolton WR, Rogers A, Wilson CJ (2020) Building a culture of safety and trust in team science. Eos. 101, 14-17. (pdf)
  32. Koven CD, Knox RG, Fisher RA, Chambers J, Christoffersen BO, Davies SJ, Detto M, Dietze MC, Faybishenko B, Holm J, Huang M, Kovenock M, Kueppers LM, Lemieux G, Massoud E, McDowell NG, Muller-Landau HC, Needham JF, Norby RJ, Powell T, Rogers A, Serbin SP, Shuman JF, Swann ALS, Varadharajan C, Walker AP, Wright SJ, Xu C (2020) Benchmarking and parameter sensitivity of physiological and vegetation dynamics using the Functionally Assembled Terrestrial Ecosystem Simulator (FATES) at Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Biogeosciences. 17, 3017-3044. (pdf)
  33. Wu J, Serbin SP, Ely KS, Wolfe BT, Dickman LT, Grossiord C, Michaletz ST, Collins AD, Detto M, McDowell NG, Wright SJ, Rogers A (2020) The response of stomatal conductance to seasonal drought in tropical forests. Global Change Biology. 26, 823-839. (pdf)
  34. Kattge J, Bönisch G, Díaz S, Lavoreal S, Prentice IC, Leadley P, Tautenhahm S, Werner GDA, Aakala T, Abedi M et al (2020) TRY plant trait database – enhanced coverage and open access. Global Change Biology. 26, 119-188. (pdf)
  35. Serbin SP, Wu J, Ely KS, Kruger EL, Townsend PA, Meng R, Wolfe BT, Chlus A, Wang Z, Rogers A (2019) From the Arctic to the tropics: multi-biome prediction of leaf mass per area using reflectance. New Phytologist. 224, 1557-1568. (pdf)
  36. Kumarathunge DP Medlyn BE, Drake JE, Rogers A, Tjoelker MG (2019) No evidence for triose phosphate limitation of light saturated leaf photosynthesis under current atmospheric CO2 concentration. Plant, Cell & Environment. 42, 3241-3252 (pdf)
  37. Wu J, Rogers A, Albert LP, Ely K, Prohaska N, Wolfe BT, Oliveira RC, Saleska SR, Serbin SP (2019) Leaf reflectance spectroscopy captures variation in carboxylation capacity across species, canopy environment, and leaf age in lowland moist tropical forests. New Phytologist. 222, 663-674. (pdf)
  38. Burnett AC, Davidson K, Serbin SP, Rogers A (2019) The ‘one-point method’ for estimating maximum carboxylation capacity of photosynthesis: a cautionary tale. Plant, Cell & Environment. 42, 2472-2481. (pdf)
  39. Rogers A, Serbin SP, Ely KS, Wullschleger SD (2019) Terrestrial biosphere models may overestimate Arctic CO2 assimilation if they do not account for decreased quantum yield and convexity at low temperature. New Phytologist. 223, 167-179. (pdf)
  40. Ely KS, Burnett AC, Lieberman-Cribbin W, Serbin SP, Rogers A (2019) Spectroscopy can predict key leaf traits associated with source-sink balance and carbon-nitrogen status. Journal of Experimental Botany. 70, 1789-1799. (pdf)
  41. Kuramathuge DP, Medlyn BE, Drake JE, Tjoelker MG, Aspinwall MJ, Battaglia M, Cano FJ, Carter KR, Cavaleri MA, Cernusak LA, Chamber JQ, Crous KY, De Kauwe MG, Dillaway DN, Dreyer E, Ellsworth DS, Ghannoum O, Han Q, Hikosaka K, Jensen AM, Kelly JWG, Kruger EL, Mercado LM, Onoda Y, Reich PB, Rogers A, Slot M, Smith NG, Tarvainen L, Tissue DT, Togashi HF, Tribuzy ES, Uddling J, Varhammar A, Wallin G, Warren JM, Way DA (2019) Acclimation and adaptation components of the temperature dependence of plant photosynthesis at the global scale. New Phytologist. 222, 768-784. (pdf)
  42. Dickman LT, McDowell NG, Grossiord C, Collins AD, Wolfe BT, Detto M, Wright SJ, Medina-Vega JA, Goodsman D, Rogers A, Serbin SP, Wu J, Ely KS, Michaletz ST, Xu C, Kueppers L, Chambers JQ (2019) Homeostatic maintenance of non-structural carbohydrates during the 2015-2016 El Nino drought across a tropical forest precipitation gradient. Plant, Cell & Environment. 42, 1705-1714. (pdf)
  43. Smith NG, Keenan TF, Prentice IC, Wang H, Wright IJ, Niinemets U, Crous KY, Domingues TF, Guerrieri R, Ishida FY, Kattge J, Kruger EL, Maire V, Rogers A, Serbin SP, Tarvainen L, Togashi HF, Townsend PA,Wang M, Weerasinghe LK, Zhou SX (2019) Global photosynthetic capacity is optimized to the environment. Ecology Letters. 22, 506-517. (pdf)
  44. Burnett AC, Rogers A, Rees M, Ocborne CP (2018) Nutrient sink limitation constrains growth in two barley species with contrasting growth strategies. Plants Direct. 2, DOI: 10.1002/pld3.94. (pdf)
  45. Lombardozzi D, Smith NG, Cheng SJ, Dukes JS, Sharkey TD, Rogers A, Fisher R, Bonan GB (2018) Triose phosphate limitation in photosynthesis models reduces leaf photosynthesis and global terrestrial carbon storage. Environmental Research Letters. 13, 074025. (pdf)
  46. Walker AP, Ye M, Lu D, De Kauwe MG, Gu L, Medlyn BE, Rogers A, Serbin SP (2018) The Multi-Assumption Architecture and Testbed (MAAT v1.0): R code for ensembles with dynamic model structure and analysis of epistemic uncertainty from multiple sources. Geoscientific Model Development. 11, 3159-3185. (pdf)
  47. Wu J, Kobayashi H, Stark SC, Meng R, Guan K, Tran NN, Gao S, Yang W, Restrepo-Coupe N, Miura T, Olivera RC, Rogers A, Dye DG, Nelson BW, Serbin S, Huete AR, Saleska SR (2018) Biological processes dominate seasonality of remotely sensed canopy greenness in an Amazon evergreen forest. New Phytologist. 217, 1507-1520. (pdf)
  48. Lewin KF, McMahon A, Ely KS, Serbin SP, Rogers A (2017) A zero power warming chamber for investigating plant responses to rising temperature. Biogeosciences. 14,4071-4083. (pdf)
  49. Rogers A, Serbin SP, Ely KS, Sloan VL, Wullschleger SD (2017) Terrestrial biosphere models underestimate photosynthetic capacity and CO2 assimilation in the Arctic. New Phytologist. 216, 1090-1103. (pdf)
  50. Wu J, Serbin SP, Xu X, Albert LP, Chen M, Meng R, Saleska SR, Rogers A (2017) The phenology of leaf quality and its within-canopy variation are essential for accurate modeling of photosynthesis in tropical evergreen forests. Global Change Biology. 23, 4814-4827. (pdf)
  51. Ghimire B, Riley WJ, Koven CD, Kattge J, Rogers A, Reich PB, Wright IJ (2017) A global trait-based approach to estimate leaf nitrogen functional allocation from observations. Ecological Applications. 27, 1421-1434. (pdf)
  52. Rogers A, Medlyn BE, Dukes JS, Bonan G, von Caemmerer S, Dietze MC, Kattge J, Leakey ADB, Mercado LM, Niinemets Ü, Prentice IC, Serbin SP, Sitch S, Way DA, Zaehle S (2017) A roadmap for improving representation of photosynthesis in Earth System Models. New Phytologist. 213, 22-42. (pdf)
  53. Burnett AC, Rogers A, Rees M, Osborne CP (2016) Carbon source-sink limitations differ between two species with contrasting growth strategies. Plant, Cell and Environment, 39, 2460-2472. (pdf)
  54. De Kauwe MG, Lin Y-S, Wright IJ, Medlyn BE, Crous KY, Ellsworth DE, Maire V, Prentice IC, Atkin OK, Rogers A, Niinemets U, Serbin S, Meir P, Uddling J, Togashil HF, Tarainen L, Weerasinghe LK, Evans BJ, Ishida FY, Domingues TF (2016) A test of the “one-point method” for estimating carboxylation capacity from field-measured, light-saturated photosynthesis. New Phytologist. 210, 1130-1144. (pdf)
  55. Ali AA, Xu C, Rogers A, Fisher RA, Wullschleger SD, McDowell NG, Massoud EC, Vrugt JA, Muss JD, Fisher JR, Reich PB, Wilson CJ (2016) A global scale mechanistic model of photosynthetic capacity (LUNA V1.0). Geoscientific Model Development 9, 587-606. (pdf)
  56. White AC, Rogers A, Rees M, Osborne CP (2016) How can we make plants grow faster? A source-sink perspective on growth rate. Journal of Experimental Botany 67, 31-45. (pdf)
  57. Lin et al (2015), Optimal stomatal behavior around the world: synthesis of a global stomatal conductance database. Nature Climate Change 5, 459-464. (pdf)
  58. Weston DJ, Rogers A, Tschaplinski TJ, Gunter LE, Jawdy SS, Engle NL, Heady LE, Tuskan GA, Wullschleger SD (2015) Scaling nitrogen and carbon interactions: What are the consequences of biological buffering? Ecology and Evolution 5, 2839-2850. (pdf)
  59. Schwender J, Hebbelmann I, Heinzel N, Hildebrandt T, Rogers A, Naik D, Klapperstück M, Braun H-P, Schreiber F, Denolf P, Borisjuk L, Rolletschek H (2015) Quantitative Multilevel Analysis of Central Metabolism in Developing Oilseeds of Brassica napus during in vitro culture. Plant Physiology 168, 828-848. (pdf)
  60. Ali AA, Xu C, Rogers A, McDowell NG, Medlyn BE, Fisher R, Wullschleger SD, Reich PR, Vrugt JA, Bauerle WL, Santiago LS, Wilson CJ (2015) Global scale environmental control of plant photosynthetic capacity. Ecological Applications 25, 2349-2365. (pdf)
  61. Rogers A, Medlyn BE, Dukes JS (2014) Improving representation of photosynthesis in Earth System Models. New Phytologist. 204, 12-14. (pdf)
  62. Rogers A (2014) The use and misuse of Vc,max in Earth System Models. Photosynthesis Research. 119, 15-29. (pdf)
  63. Gray SB, Strellner RS, Puthuval KK, Ng C, Shulman R, Siebers MH, Rogers A, Leakey ADB (2013) Minirhizotron imaging reveals nodulation of field-grown soybean is enhanced by Free-Air CO2 Enrichment only when combined with drought stress. Functional Plant Biology. 40, 137-147. (pdf)
  64. Rogers A, McDonald K, Muehlbauer MF, Hoffman A, Koenig K, Newman L, Taghavi S, van der Lelie D (2012) Inoculation of hybrid poplar with the endophytic bacterium Enterobacter sp. 638 increases biomass but does not impact leaf level physiology. Global Change Biology – Bioenergy 4, 364-370. (pdf)
  65. Gillespie KM, Rogers A, Ainsworth EA (2011) Growth at elevated ozone or elevated carbon dioxide concentration alters antioxidant capacity and response to acute oxidative stress in soybean (Glycine max). Journal of Experimental Botany 62, 2667-2678. (pdf)
  66. Best M, Koenig K, McDonald K, Schueller M, Rogers A, Ferrieri R (2011) Inhibition of trehalose breakdown increases new carbon partitioning into cellulosic biomass in Nicotiana tabacum. Carbohydrate Research 346, 595-601. (pdf)
  67. Tallis MJ, Lin Y, Rogers A, Zhang J, Street NR, Miglietta F, Karnosky DF, De Angelis P, Taylor G (2010) The transcriptome of Populus in elevated CO2 reveals increased anthocyanin biosynthesis during delayed autumnal senescence. New Phytologist 186, 415-428. (pdf)
  68. Calfapietra C, Ainsworth EA, Beier C, De Angelis P, Ellsworth DS, Godbold DL, Hendrey GR, Hickler T, Hoosbeek MR, Karnosky DF, King J, Körner C, Leakey ADB, Lewin KF, Liberloo M, Long SP, Lukac M, Matyssek R, Miglietta F, Nagy J, Norby RJ, Oren R, Percy KE, Rogers A, Scarascia-Mugnozza G, Stitt M, Taylor G, Ceulemans R (2010) Challenges in elevated CO2 experiments on forests. Trends in Plant Science 15, 5-10. (pdf)
  69. Rogers A, Ainsworth EA, Leakey ADB (2009)  Will elevated carbon dioxide concentration amplify the benefits of nitrogen fixation in legumes? Plant Physiology 151, 1009-1016. (pdf)
  70. van der Lelie D, Taghavi S, Monchy S, Schwender J, Miller L, Ferrieri R, Rogers A, Zhu W, Weyens N, Vangronsveld J, Newman L (2009) Poplar and its bacterial endophytes: coexistence and harmony.  Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 28, 346-358. (pdf)
  71. Leakey ADB, Ainsworth EA, Bernacchi CJ, Rogers A, Long SP, Ort DR (2009) Elevated CO2 effects on plant carbon, nitrogen and water relations: six important lessons from FACE. Journal of Experimental Botany. 60, 2859-2876. (pdf)
  72. Rogers A, Gibon Y (2009) Enzyme kinetics: theory & practice. In: Plant Metabolic Networks (J Schwender Ed.)  pp 71-103. ISBN 978-0-38-778744-2. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York. (pdf)
  73. Cseke LJ, Tsai C-J, Rogers A, Nelson MP, White HL, Karnosky DF, Podila GK (2009) Transcriptomic comparison in the leaves of two aspen genotypes having similar carbon assimilation rates but different allocation patterns under elevated CO2. New Phytologist. 182, 891-911. (pdf)
  74. Leakey ADB, Ainsworth EA, Bernard SM, Markelz RJC, Ort DR, Placella SA, Rogers A, Smith MD, Sudderth EA, Weston DJ, Wullschleger SD, Yuan S (2009) Gene expression profiling – opening the black box of plant ecosystem responses to global change. Global Change Biology. 15, 1201-1213. (pdf)
  75. Lewin KF, Nagy J, Nettles WR, Cooley DM, Rogers A (2009) Comparison of gas use efficiency and treatment uniformity in a forest ecosystem exposed to elevated [CO2] using pure and pre-diluted Free Air CO2 Enrichment technology. Global Change Biology. 15, 388-395. (pdf)
  76. Ainsworth EA, Beier C, Calfapietra C, Cuelemans R, Durand-Tarfid M, Godbold DL, Hendrey GR, Hickler T, Kaduk J, Karnosky DF, Kimball BA, Körner C, Koorneef M, LaFarge T, Leakey ADB, Lewin KF, Long SP, Manderscheid R, McNeil DL, Mies TA, Miglietta F, Morgan JA, Nagy J, Norby RJ, Norton RM, Percy KE, Rogers A, Soussana J-F, Stitt M, Weigel H-J, White JW (2008) Next generation of elevated [CO2] experiments with crops: A critical investment for feeding the future world. Plant, Cell & Environment. 31, 1317-1324. (pdf)
  77. Ainsworth EA, Rogers A, Leakey ADB (2008) Targets for crop biotechnology in a future high-CO2 and high O3 world. Plant Physiology. 147, 13-19. (pdf)
  78. Weston DJ, Gunter LE, Rogers A, Wullschleger SD (2008) Connecting genes, signaling networks and molecular signatures to environmental stress phenotypes in plants. BMC Systems Biology. 2, 16. (pdf)
  79. Junker BH, Lonien J, Heady EH, Rogers A, Schwender J (2007) Parallel determination of enzyme activities and in vivo fluxes in Brassica napus embryos grown on organic or inorganic nitrogen source.  Phytochemistry. 68, 2232-2242. (pdf)
  80. Ainsworth EA, Rogers A, Leakey ADB, Heady LE, Gibon Y, Stitt M, Schurr U (2007) Does elevated atmospheric [CO2] alter diurnal C uptake and the balance of C and N metabolites in growing and fully expanded soybean leaves? Journal of Experimental Botany 58, 579-591. (pdf)
  81. Ainsworth EA, Rogers A (2007) The response of photosynthesis and stomatal conductance to rising [CO2]: mechanisms and environmental interactions. Plant, Cell & Environment 30, 258-270. (pdf)
  82. Bernacchi CJ, Leakey ADB, Heady LE, Morgan PB, Rogers A, Long SP, Ort DR (2006) Hourly and Seasonal variation in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of soybean grown at future CO2 and ozone concentrations for three years under fully open air field conditions. Plant, Cell & Environment 29, 2077-2090. (pdf)
  83. Ainsworth EA, Rogers A, Vodkin LO, Walter A, Schurr U (2006) The effects of elevated [CO2] on soybean gene expression: An analysis of growing and mature leaves. Plant Physiology 142, 135-147. (pdf)
  84. Rogers A, Ainsworth EA (2006) The response of foliar carbohydrates to elevated [CO2]. In: Managed Ecosystems and CO2 (eds J. Nösberger, S.P. Long, R.J. Norby, M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey, H. Blum), pp.293-308. ISBN-10 3-540-31236-6. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York. (pdf)
  85. Rogers A, Ainsworth EA, Kammann C (2006) FACE value, perspectives on the future of Free Air CO2 Enrichment Studies. In: Managed Ecosystems and CO2 (eds J. Nösberger, S.P. Long, R.J. Norby, M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey, H. Blum), pp.431-449. ISBN-10 3-540-31236-6. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York. (pdf)
  86. Ort DR, Ainsworth EA, Aldea M, Allen DJ, Bernacchi CJ, Berenbaum MR, Bollero GA, Cornic G, Davey PA, Dermody O, Dohleman FG, Hamilton JG, Heaton EA, Leakey ADB, Mahoney J, Mies TA, Morgan PB, NelsonRL, Rogers A, Zangerl AR, Zhu X-G, DeLucia EH, Long SP (2006) SoyFACE: The effects and interactions of elevated [CO2] and [O3] on soybean.  In: Managed Ecosystems and CO2 (eds J. Nösberger, S.P. Long, R.J. Norby, M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey, H. Blum), pp.71-86. ISBN-10 3-540-31236-6. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York. (pdf)
  87. Rogers A, Gibon Y, Stitt M, Morgan PB, Bernacchi CJ, Ort DR, Long SP (2006) Increased carbon availability at elevated carbon dioxide concentration improves nitrogen assimilation in a legume. Plant, Cell & Environment. 29, 1651-1658. (pdf)
  88.  Leakey ADB, Uribelarrea M, Ainsworth EA, Naidu SL, Rogers A, Ort DR, Long SP (2006) Photosynthesis, productivity and yield of maize are not affected by open-air elevation of CO2 concentration in the absence of drought. Plant Physiology. 140, 779-790. (pdf)
  89. DeLucia EH, Dermody O, O’Neill B, Aldea M, Hamilton JG, Zangerl AR, Rogers A, Berenbaum MR (2005). Influence of elevated ozone and carbon dioxide on insect densities. Proceedings of the Illinois Crop Protection Conference. pp 13-15, University of Illinois Extension, College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Science. (pdf)
  90. Rogers A, Ainsworth EA, Bernacchi CJ, Gibon Y, Stitt M, Long SP (2005) The response of plant carbohydrates to elevated CO2.  What have we learnt from FACE studies? In: Photosynthesis: Fundamental Aspects to Global Perspectives, vol II (eds van der Est A, Bruce D), pp 968-970. Dordrecht: Kluwer. (pdf)
  91. Hamilton JG, Dermody O, Aldea M, Zangerl AR, Rogers A, Berenbaum M, DeLucia EH (2005) Anthropogenic changes in tropospheric composition increase susceptibility of soybean to insect herbivory. Environmental Entomology. 34, 479-485. (pdf)
  92. Long SP, Ainsworth EA, Rogers A, Ort DR (2004) Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide: plants FACE the future. Annual Review of Plant Biology. 55, 557-594. (pdf)
  93. Ainsworth EA, Rogers A, Nelson R, Long SP (2004) Testing the “source-sink” hypothesis of down-regulation of photosynthesis in elevated [CO2] in the field with single gene substitutions in Glycine max. Agricultural & Forest Meteorology. 122, 85-94. (pdf)
  94. Rogers A, Allen DJ, Davey PA, Morgan PB, Ainsworth EA, Bernacchi CJ, Cornic G, Dermody O, Heaton EA, Mahoney J, Zhu X-G, DeLucia EH, Ort DR, Long SP (2004) Leaf photosynthesis and carbohydrate dynamics of soybeans grown throughout their life-cycle under Free-Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment. Plant Cell & Environment. 27, 449-458. (pdf)
  95. Ainsworth EA, Rogers A, Blum H, Nösberger J, Long SP (2003) Variation in acclimation of photosynthesis in Trifolium repens after eight years of exposure to Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE). Journal of Experimental Botany 54, 2769-2774. (pdf)
  96. Ainsworth EA, Davey PA, Hymus GJ, Osborne CP, Rogers A, Blum H, Nosberger J, Long SP (2003) Acclimation of Lolium perenne photosynthesis to elevated [CO2]: Is stimulation of leaf photosynthesis by elevated carbon dioxide concentration maintained in the long term? A test with Lolium perenne grown for 10 years at two nitrogen fertillization levels under Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE). Plant, Cell & Environment. 26, 705-714. (pdf)
  97. Rogers A, Ellsworth DS, (2002) Photosynthetic acclimation of Pinus taeda (loblolly pine) to long-term growth in elevated pCO2 (FACE). Plant, Cell and Environment. 25, 851-858. (pdf)
  98. Rogers A, Ellsworth DS, Humphries SW (2001) Possible explanation of the disparity between in vivo and in vitro measurements of Rubisco activity, a study in loblolly pine at elevated pCO2. Journal of Experimental Botany 52, 1555-1561. (pdf)
  99. Rogers A, Humphries SW (2000) A mechanistic evaluation photosynthetic acclimation at elevated CO2. Global Change Biology 6, 1005-1011. (pdf)
  100. Rogers A, Fischer BU, Bryant J, Frehner M, Blum H, Raines CA, Long SP (1998) Acclimation of photosynthesis to elevated CO2 under low N nutrition is effected by the capacity for assimilate utilisation. Perennial Ryegrass under Free-Air-CO2 Enrichment (FACE). Plant Physiology. 118, 683-689. (pdf)
  101. Rogers A, Bryant JB, Raines CA, Long SP, Blum H, Frehner M (1995) Acclimation of photosynthesis to rising CO2 concentration in the field. Is it determined by source/sink balance? In: Photosynthesis: From Light to Biosphere, vol. V (ed. Mathis P), pp. 1001-1004. Dordrecht: Kluwer.