Post Tagged with: "David Rosenthal"

Rosenthal Authors Article on Soybean Response to Elevated Carbon Dioxide

Dr. David Rosenthal measures photosynthetic parameters of American and hybrid chestnuts grown at temperature and CO2 levels predicted for later this century.

Dr. David Rosenthal, Assistant Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology at Ohio University, co-authored an article on “Leaf and canopy scale drivers of genotypic variation in soybean response to elevated carbon dioxide concentration” in Global Change Biology. Co-authors on the article are Alvaro Sanz-Saez, Robert P. Koester, Christopher M. Montes, […]

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May 9, 2017 at 3:15 pmResearch

Tomeo Authors Article on Tradeoff Between Photosynthesis and Water Use in Soybeans

Nicholas Tomeok monitors the health of soybean plants, his research subjects for several studies, as they grow in environmentally controlled chambers.

Two Environmental & Plant Biology researchers published the article Mesophyll conductance among soybean cultivars sets a tradeoff between photosynthesis and water-use March 7 in Plant Physiology. Nicholas Tomeo is a graduate student, and Dr. David Rosenthal is Assistant Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology. Abstract: Photosynthetic efficiency is a critical […]

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May 9, 2017 at 1:39 pmResearch

Undergrad Explores Peanut Plants as Natural Fertilizer

Undergrad Explores Peanut Plants as Natural Fertilizer

By Heather Willard, PACE Writer Jordan Francisco, a junior in Environmental & Plant Biology, did not spend his summer like most college students. He used a Provost Undergraduate Research Fund grant to design and conduct a study of peanut plants’ potential as a natural fertilizer. “Peanuts are legumes, which naturally […]

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February 17, 2017 at 11:25 amResearch

Plant Biology Colloquium | Potential for Natural Genetic Variation in Photosynthetic Physiology for Improving Crop Photosynthesis, Feb. 24

Nicholas Tomeok monitors the health of soybean plants, his research subjects for several studies, as they grow in environmentally controlled chambers.

The Environmental & Plant Biology Colloquium Series presents Nicholas Tomeo on “There is potential for natural genetic variation in photosynthetic physiology for improving crop photosynthesis” on Friday, Feb. 24, at 11:50 a.m. in Porter Hall 104. Tomeo is a Ph.D. Candidate in the lab of Dr. David Rosenthal in the Environmental & Plant […]

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February 2, 2017 at 6:15 pmEvents

Plant Biology Faculty, Graduate Student Attend Ecological Society of America Conference

Marion Holmes

By Heather Willard PACE Writer Environmental & Plant Biology The Ecological Society of America is the largest organization of professional ecologists in the nation, and when they gathered this summer in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, three Ohio University scientists joined them: Dr. David Rosenthal, Dr. Glenn Matlack, and Ph.D. candidate Marion […]

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November 14, 2016 at 10:12 amResearch

Rosenthal Co-Authors Article on Soybean Response to Drought, Elevated CO2

Dr. David Rosenthal

Dr. David Rosenthal, Assistant Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology, co-authored an article on “Intensifying drought eliminates the expected benefits of elevated carbon dioxide for soybean.” The article appeared Sept. 5 in Nature Plants. Abstract: Stimulation of C3 crop yield by rising concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide ([CO2]) is widely […]

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September 16, 2016 at 2:22 pmResearch

Tomeo, Rosenthal Paper Looks at Differing Tree Responses to Acid Rain Conditions

Nicholas Tomeo and David Rosenthal

Graduate student Nicholas Tomeo and Dr. David Rosenthal, Assistant Professor of Environmental & Plant Biology at Ohio University, are co-authors on Fast-growing Acer rubrum differs from slow-growing Quercus alba in leaf, xylem and hydraulic trait coordination responses to simulated acid rain in Tree physiology. Their co-authors are Juliana S. Medeiros […]

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June 14, 2016 at 4:45 pmResearch