Zhaozhong Feng
Zhaozhong Feng
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, CAS
Verified email at nuist.edu.cn - Homepage
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Impact of elevated ozone concentration on growth, physiology, and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): a meta‐analysis
Z Feng, K Kobayashi, EA Ainsworth
Global Change Biology 14 (11), 2696-2708, 2008
3312008
Assessing the impacts of current and future concentrations of surface ozone on crop yield with meta-analysis
Z Feng, K Kobayashi
Atmospheric Environment 43 (8), 1510-1519, 2009
3092009
Ground-level O3 pollution and its impacts on food crops in China: a review
Z Feng, E Hu, X Wang, L Jiang, X Liu
Environmental Pollution 199, 42-48, 2015
1672015
Differential responses in two varieties of winter wheat to elevated ozone concentration under fully open‐air field conditions
Z Feng, J Pang, K Kobayashi, J Zhu, DR Ort
Global Change Biology 17 (1), 580-591, 2011
1432011
Evidence of widespread ozone-induced visible injury on plants in Beijing, China
Z Feng, J Sun, W Wan, E Hu, V Calatayud
Environmental pollution 193, 296-301, 2014
1402014
Addressing China’s grand challenge of achieving food security while ensuring environmental sustainability
Y Lu, A Jenkins, RC Ferrier, M Bailey, IJ Gordon, S Song, J Huang, S Jia, ...
Science advances 1 (1), e1400039, 2015
1162015
Amelioration of chilling stress by triadimefon in cucumber seedlings
Z Feng, A Guo, Z Feng
Plant growth regulation 39 (3), 277-283, 2003
1102003
Effects of elevated ozone concentration on yield of four Chinese cultivars of winter wheat under fully open‐air field conditions
X Zhu, Z Feng, T Sun, X Liu, H Tang, J Zhu, W Guo, K Kobayashi
Global Change Biology 17 (8), 2697-2706, 2011
1052011
Constraints to nitrogen acquisition of terrestrial plants under elevated CO2
Z Feng, T Rütting, H Pleijel, G Wallin, PB Reich, CI Kammann, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (8), 3152-3168, 2015
982015
Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on physiology and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): a meta-analytic test of current hypotheses
L Wang, Z Feng, JK Schjoerring
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 178, 57-63, 2013
932013
Tropospheric ozone assessment report: Global ozone metrics for climate change, human health, and crop/ecosystem research
AS Lefohn, CS Malley, L Smith, B Wells, M Hazucha, H Simon, V Naik, ...
922018
Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report: Present-day ozone distribution and trends relevant to human health
ZL Fleming, RM Doherty, E Von Schneidemesser, CS Malley, OR Cooper, ...
802018
Protection of plants from ambient ozone by applications of ethylenediurea (EDU): a meta-analytic review
Z Feng, S Wang, Z Szantoi, S Chen, X Wang
Environmental Pollution 158 (10), 3236-3242, 2010
792010
Apoplastic ascorbate contributes to the differential ozone sensitivity in two varieties of winter wheat under fully open-air field conditions
Z Feng, J Pang, I Nouchi, K Kobayashi, T Yamakawa, J Zhu
Environmental pollution 158 (12), 3539-3545, 2010
782010
A stomatal ozone flux–response relationship to assess ozone-induced yield loss of winter wheat in subtropical China
Z Feng, H Tang, J Uddling, H Pleijel, K Kobayashi, J Zhu, H Oue, W Guo
Environmental pollution 164, 16-23, 2012
752012
Ozone pollution will compromise efforts to increase global wheat production
G Mills, K Sharps, D Simpson, H Pleijel, M Broberg, J Uddling, F Jaramillo, ...
Global change biology, 2018
742018
Assessing the impact of ambient ozone on growth and yield of a rice (Oryza sativa L.) and a wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar grown in the Yangtze Delta, China, using three …
X Wang, Q Zheng, F Yao, Z Chen, Z Feng, WJ Manning
Environmental Pollution 148 (2), 390-395, 2007
732007
Effects of elevated O3 concentration on winter wheat and rice yields in the Yangtze River Delta, China
X Wang, Q Zhang, F Zheng, Q Zheng, F Yao, Z Chen, W Zhang, P Hou, ...
Environmental Pollution 171, 118-125, 2012
672012
Responses of native broadleaved woody species to elevated ozone in subtropical China
W Zhang, Z Feng, X Wang, J Niu
Environmental pollution 163, 149-157, 2012
662012
A meta‐analysis on growth, physiological, and biochemical responses of woody species to ground‐level ozone highlights the role of plant functional types
P Li, Z Feng, V Catalayud, X Yuan, Y Xu, E Paoletti
Plant, cell & environment 40 (10), 2369-2380, 2017
642017
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