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Tuskan, G.A.; Walsh, M.E. 2001. Short-rotation woody crop systems, atmospheric carbon dioxide and carbon management: A U.S. case study. The Forestry Chronicle. 77: 259-264.

Wang, D.; Hinckley, T.M.; Cumming, A.B.; Braatne, J. 1995. Comparison of measured and modeled ozone uptake into plant leaves. Environmental Pollution. 89: 247-254.

Wang, X.; Curtis, P.S.; Pregitzer, K.S.; Zak, D.R. 2000. Genotypic variation in physiological and growth responses of Populus tremuloides to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration. Tree Physiology. 20: 1019-1028.

Wei, C.; Skelly, J.M.; Pennypacker, S.P.; Ferdinand, J.A.; Savage, J.E.; et al. 2004. Influence of light fleck and low light on foliar injury and physiological responses of two hybrid poplar clones to ozone. Environmental Pollution. 130: 215-227.

Wei, C.; Skelly, J.M.; Pennypacker, S.P.; Ferdinand, J.A.; Savage, J.E.; et al. 2004. Responses of hybrid poplar clones and red maple seedlings to ambient O3 under differing light within a mixed hardwood forest. Environmental Pollution. 130: 199-214.

Woo, S.Y.; Hinckley, T.M. 2005. The effects of ozone on growth and stomatal response in the F2 generation of hybrid poplar (Populus trichocarpa Populus deltoides). Biologia Plantarum. 49: 395-404.

Woodbury, P.B.; Laurence, J.A.; Hudler, G.W. 1994. Chronic ozone exposure alters the growth of leaves, stems and roots of hybrid Populus. Environmental Pollution. 85: 103-108.

Woodbury, P.B.; Laurence, J.A.; Hudler, G.W. 1994. Chronic ozone exposure increases the susceptibility of hybrid Populus to disease caused by Septoria musiva. Environmental Pollution. 86: 109-114.

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