An international team of scientists led by Dr. John Hampton of New Zealand is developing a series of articles on the effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on seed quality and seed production. I’m a member of this team and the first installment of our series was published last year in the Journal of Agricultural Science.
This article has been ranked as one of the top-10 most-read or most-downloaded articles in 2012 according to the Journal’s website. This distinction was not just accorded for articles published in 2012, but for all articles downloaded over the entire history of the journal.
Here’s a link to the article:
Hampton, J.G., B. Boelt, M.P. Rolston, and T.G. Chastain. 2013. Effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on seed quality. J Agric Sci (Cambridge) 151:154-162. doi: 10.1017/S0021859612000263, Published online by Cambridge University Press 30 March 2012.