Publications

Books and Book Chapters

Hanson, D.T. Rice, S.K. eds. Photosynthesis in Bryophytes and Early Land Plants, Vol 37 of Advances In Photosynthesis and Respiration, Govindjee and T.D. Sharkey Series eds. Springer Academic Publications, Dordrecht, 2014.

Li Z & Sharkey, TD (2013) Biochemical and molecular controls on biogenic volatile organic compound emissions. In: Biology, Controls and Models of Tree Volatile Organic Compound Emissions (eds Ü. Niinemets & R.K. Monson), Springer, Berlin.

Sharkey TD (2013) Commentary - Is it useful to ask why plants emit isoprene? In Plant Cell and Environment, 36, 517-520.

Biswal, B., Krupinska, K., Biswal, U.C. eds. Plastid Development in Leaves during Growth and Senescence In Vol 36 of Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Govindjee and T.D. Sharkey Series eds. Springer Academic Publications, Dordrecht, 2013.

Bock, R. and V. Knoop eds. Genomics of Chloroplasts and Mitochondria In Vol 35 of Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Govindjee and T.D. Sharkey Series eds. Springer Academic Publications, Dordrecht, 2013.

Eaton-Rye, J.J., B.C. Tripathy, and T.D. Sharkey, eds. Photosynthesis: Plastid Biology, Energy Conversion and Carbon Assimilation, In Vol 34 of Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Govindjee and T.D. Sharkey Series eds. Springer Academic Publications, Dordrecht, 2011.

Sharkey,T.D. S.E. Weise. 2011. Autotrophic carbon dioxide fixation in Photosynthesis: Plastid Biology, Energy Conversion and Carbon Assimilation, J.J. Eaton-Rye, B.C.Tripathy, and T.D. Sharkey (Editors) Vol 34 of Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Govindjee and T.D. Sharkey Series eds. Springer Academic Publications, Dordrecht, pp 649-672.

Leegood, R.C., T.D. Sharkey, and S. von Caemmerer, eds. Advances in Photosynthesis: Physiology and Metabolism, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2000.

Sharkey, T.D ., E.A. Holland, H.A. Mooney, eds. Trace Gas Emissions from Plants, Academic Press, San Diego, 1991.

Journal Articles

2017

Sharkey TD. “A dichotomy resolved: plant growth can control the rate of starch accumulation.” Plant Cell Environ. (2017) Aug 30;. doi: 10.1111/pce.13059

Sharkey TD, Monson RK. “Isoprene research - 60?years later, the biology is still enigmatic.” Plant Cell Environ. (2017) Feb 4. doi: 10.1111/pce.12930

2016

Campos ML, Yoshida Y, Major IT, de Oliveira Ferreira D, Weraduwage SM, Froehlich JE, Johnson BF, Kramer DM, Jander G, Sharkey TD, Howe GA. “Rewiring of jasmonate and phytochrome B signalling uncouples plant growth-defense tradeoffs.” Nat Commun. (2016) Aug 30;7:12570. doi:10.1038/ncomms12570

Banerjee A, Preiser AL, Sharkey TD. “Engineering of Recombinant Poplar Deoxy-D-Xylulose-5-Phosphate Synthase (PtDXS) by Site-Directed Mutagenesis Improves Its Activity.” PLoS One. (2016) Aug 22;11(8):e0161534. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161534
Correction: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0165028

Weraduwage SM, Kim SJ, Renna L, Anozie FC, Sharkey TD, Brandizzi F. “Pectin Methylesterification Impacts the Relationship Between Photosynthesis and Plant Growth in Arabidopsis thaliana.” Plant Physiol. (2016) Apr 4. pii: pp.00173.2016. doi: 10.1104/pp.16.00173

Yang JT, Preiser AL, Li Z, Weise SE, Sharkey TD. “Triose phosphate use limitation of photosynthesis: short-term and long-term effects.” Planta. (2016) Mar;243(3):687-98. doi:10.1007/s00425-015-2436-8

2015

Sharkey TD, Govindjee. “Hartmut Lichtenthaler: an authority on chloroplast structure and isoprenoid biochemistry.” Photosynth Res. (2015) Dec 15;1-7. doi:10.1007/s11120-015-0211-0

Sharkey TD, Weise SE. “The glucose 6-phosphate shunt around the Calvin-Benson cycle.” J Exp Bot. (2015) Nov 19;. doi:10.1093/jxb/erv484

Harvey CM, Sharkey TD. “Exogenous isoprene modulates gene expression in unstressed Arabidopsis thaliana plants.” Plant Cell Environ. (2015) Oct 18;. doi:10.1111/pce.12660

Jud W, Vanzo E, Li Z, Ghirardo A, Zimmer I, Sharkey TD, Hansel A, Schnitzler JP. “Effects of heat and drought stress on post-illumination bursts of volatile organic compounds in isoprene-emitting and non-emitting poplar.” Plant Cell Environ. (2015) Sep 21;. doi:10.1111/pce.12643

Sharkey TD. “Commentary: what gas exchange data can tell us about photosynthesis.” Plant Cell Environ. (2015) Sep 21;. doi:10.1111/pce.12641

Harvey CM, Li Z, Tjellström H, Blanchard GJ, Sharkey TD. “Concentration of isoprene in artificial and thylakoid membranes.” J Bioenerg Biomembr. (2015) Oct;47(5):419-29. doi:10.1007/s10863-015-9625-9

Vanzo E, Jud W, Li Z, Albert A, Domagalska MA, Ghirardo A, Niederbacher B, Frenzel J, Beemster GT, Asard H, Rennenberg H, Sharkey TD, Hansel A, Schnitzler JP. “Facing the Future: Effects of Short-Term Climate Extremes on Isoprene-Emitting and Nonemitting Poplar.” Plant Physiol. (2015) Sep;169(1):560-75. doi:10.1104/pp.15.00871

Weraduwage SM, Chen J, Anozie FC, Morales A, Weise SE, Sharkey TD. "The relationship between leaf area growth and biomass accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana." Front Plant Sci. 2015 Apr 9;6:167. doi:10.3389/fpls.2015.00167. eCollection 2015. PMID:25914696

Sharkey TD " Understanding carbon partitioning and its role in determining plant growth." Plant Cell Environ. 2015 Mar 31. doi:10.1111/pce.12543. [Epub ahead of print] PMID:25828542

Weise SE, Carr DJ, Bourke AM, Hanson DT, Swarthout D, Sharkey TD "The arc mutants of Arabidopsis with fewer large chloroplasts have a lower mesophyll conductance." Photosynth Res. 2015 Apr;124(1):117-26. doi:10.1007/s11120-015-0110-4. Epub 2015 Mar 3

2014

Banerjee A, and Sharkey TD. “Methylerythritol 4-phosphate (MEP) pathway metabolic regulation.” Nat Prod Rep. 2014 Aug;31(8):1043-55.doi:10.1039/C3NP70124G. PMID:24921065

Sharkey TD, Monson RK "The future of isoprene emission from leaves, canopies and landscapes." Plant Cell Environ (2014) doi:10.1111/pce.12289

2013

Jaikumar, N. S., S. S. Snapp, and T. D. Sharkey. “Life history and resource acquisition: Photosynthetic traits in selected accessions of three perennial cereal species compared with annual wheat and rye.” American Journal of Botany 100.12 (2013): 2468-77. doi:10.3732/ajb.1300122.

Zhou, Changfang, Ziru Li, Amy E. Wiberley-Bradford, Sean E. Weise, and Thomas D. Sharkey. “Isopentenyl diphosphate and dimethylallyl diphosphate/isopentenyl diphosphate ratio measured with recombinant isopentenyl diphosphate isomerase and isoprene synthase.” Analytical Biochemistry 440.2 (2013): 130-36. doi:10.1016/j.ab.2013.05.028.

Banerjee, A., Y. Wu, R. Banerjee, Y. Li, H. Yan, and T. D. Sharkey. “Feedback Inhibition of Deoxy-D-xylulose-5-phosphate Synthase Regulates the Methylerythritol 4-Phosphate Pathway.” Journal of Biological Chemistry 288.23 (2013): 16926-36. doi:10.1074/jbc.M113.464636.

Sharkey, Thomas D., Dennis W. Gray, Heather K. Pell, Steven R. Breneman, and Lauren Topper. “Isoprene synthase genes form a monophyletic clade of acyclic terpene synthases in the tps-b terpene synthase family.” Evolution 67.4 (2013): 1026-40. doi:10.1111/evo.2013.67.issue-4.

Weise, Sean E., Ziru Li, Allison E. Sutter, Alex Corrion, Aparajita Banerjee, and Thomas D. Sharkey. “Measuring dimethylallyl diphosphate available for isoprene synthesis.” Analytical Biochemistry 435.1 (2013): 27-34. doi:10.1016/j.ab.2012.11.031.

Li Z & Sharkey, TD (2013) Metabolic profiling of the methylerythritol phosphate pathway reveals the source of post-illumination isoprene burst from leaves. Plant, Cell & Environment, 36, 429-437. Link to article

2012

Sacoman, Juliana L., Lauren N. Badish, Thomas D. Sharkey, and Rawle I. Hollingsworth. “The metabolic and biochemical impact of glucose 6-sulfonate (sulfoquinovose), a dietary sugar, on carbohydrate metabolism.” Carbohydrate Research 362 (2012): 21-29. doi:10.1016/j.carres.2012.09.014.

Weise, Sean E., Kimberly Aung, Zach J. Jarou, Payam Mehrshahi, Ziru Li, Anna C. Hardy, David J. Carr, and Thomas D. Sharkey. “Engineering starch accumulation by manipulation of phosphate metabolism of starch.” Plant Biotechnology Journal 10.5 (2012): 545-54. doi:10.1111/pbi.2012.10.issue-5.

Li Z, Gao J, Benning C, Sharkey TD. 2012. Characterization of photosynthesis in Arabidopsis ER-to-plastid lipid trafficking mutants. Photosynth Res. 112(1):49-61. Link to article

Sharkey TD. 2012. Advances in photosynthesis and respiration: Including bioenergy and related processes: a new look beginning with volume 35. Photosynth Res. 111(3):327-9. Link to article

Velikova V, Sharkey TD, Loreto F. 2012. "Stabilization of thylakoid membranes in isoprene-emitting plants reduces formation of reactive oxygen species." Plant Signal Behav. 7(1):139-41. doi:10.4161/psb.7.1.18521.

2011

Velikova, V., Z. Varkonyi, M. Szabo, L. Maslenkova, I. Nogues, L. Kovacs, V. Peeva, M. Busheva, G. Garab, T. D. Sharkey, and F. Loreto. “Increased Thermostability of Thylakoid Membranes in Isoprene-Emitting Leaves Probed with Three Biophysical Techniques.” PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 157.2 (2011): 905-16. doi:10.1104/pp.111.182519.

Zhang R, Kramer DM, Cruz JA, Struck KR, Sharkey TD. (2011) The effects of moderately high temperature on zeaxanthin accumulation and decay. Photosynthesis Research. 108:171-181. Link to article

Gray DW, Breneman SR, Topper LA, Sharkey TD.(2011) Biochemical Characterization and Homology Modeling of Methylbutenol Synthase and Implications for Understanding Hemiterpene Synthase Evolution in Plants. J. Biol. Chem. 286(23) 20582-20590. Link to article

Weise SE, van Wijk KJ, Sharkey TD. (2011) The role of transitory starch in C-3, CAM, and C-4 metabolism and opportunities for engineering leaf starch accumulation. J. Exp. Bot. 62: 3109-3118. Link to article

Li Z, Ratliff EA, Sharkey TD. (2011) Effect of temperature on postillumination isoprene emission in oak and poplar. Plant Physiol. 155(2):1037-46. Link to article

Sharkey,T.D. Photorespiration. Entry for McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology 10th Edition. Also in AccessScience@McGraw-Hill, http://www.accessscience.com Link to article

2010

Zhang R, Wise RR, Struck KR, Sharkey TD. (2010) Moderate heat stress of Arabidopsis thaliana leaves causes chloroplast swelling and plastoglobule formation. Photosynthesis Research. Aug;105:123-134. Link to article

Sharkey TD, Zhang R. (2010) High Temperature Effects on Electron and Proton Circuits of Photosynthesis. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. AUG;52:712-722. Link to article

JNT Darbah, TD Sharkey, C Calfapietra, DF Karnosky. (2010) Differential response of aspen and birch trees to heat stress under elevated carbon dioxide. Environmental Pollution Apr;58:1008-1014. Link to article

2009

Zhang R, Cruz JA, Kramer DM, Magallanes-Lundback ME, Dellapenna D, Sharkey TD. (2009) Moderate heat stress reduces the pH component of the transthylakoid proton motive force in light-adapted, intact tobacco leaves. Plant Cell Environ. Nov;32(11):1538-47. Link to article

Wiberley AE, Donohue AR, Westphal MM, Sharkey TD. (2009) Regulation of isoprene emission from poplar leaves throughout a day. Plant Cell Environ. Jul;32(7):939-47. Link to article

Zhang R, Sharkey TD. (2009) Photosynthetic electron transport and proton flux under moderate heat stress. Photosynth Res. Apr;100(1):29-43. Link to article

2008

Steichen, J.M. R.V. Petty T.D. Sharkey (2008) Domain characterization of a 4 a-glucanotransferase essential for maltose metabolism in photosynthetic leaves. Journal of Biological Chemistry 283:20797-20804. Link to article

Calfapietra, C., G.S. Mugnozza, D.F. Karnoski, F. Loreto, T.D. Sharkey. (2008) Isoprene emission rates under elevated CO2 and O3 in two field grown aspen clones differing for their sensitivity to O3. New Phytologist 179:55-61. Link to article

Wiberley AE, Donohue AR, Meier ME, Westphal MM, Sharkey TD. (2008) Regulation of isoprene emission in Populus trichocarpa leaves subjected to changing growth temperature. Plant Cell Environ. 31(2):258-67. Link to PubMed

2007

Seetang-nun, Y. T.D. Sharkey and W. Suvachittanont. Molecular cloning and characterization of two cDNAs encoding 1-deoxy-D-xylulose 5-phosphate reductoisomerase from Hevea brasiliensis. Journal of Plant Physiology doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2003.10.071. Link to PubMed

Seetang-nun, Y. T.D. Sharkey and W. Suvachittanont. Isolation and characterization of two distinct classes of DXS genes in Hevea brasiliensis. DNA Sequence DOI: 10.1080/10425170701576768.

Sharkey, T.D. , A.E. Wiberley, A.R. Donohue. Isoprene emission from plants: Why and how. Annals of Botany doi:10.1093/aob/mcm240, available online at www.aob.oxfordjournals.org

Sharkey, T.D. , C.J. Bernacchi, G.D. Farquhar, and E.L. Singsaas. Fitting photosynthetic carbon dioxide response curves for C 3 leaves. Plant, Cell and Environment 30:1035-1040. Link to PubMed

Schrader,S.M., K.R. Kleinbeck, and T.D. Sharkey . Rapid heating reveals the heat induced limitation to photosynthesis by the electron transport chain. Plant, Cell and Environment 30:671-678. Link to PubMed

Calfapietra, C., A.E. Wiberley, T.G. Falbel, A.R. Linskey, G.S. Mugnozza, D.F. Karnosky, F. Loreto, T.D. Sharkey Isoprene synthase expression and protein levels are reduced under elevated O 3 but not under elevated CO 2 in field-grown aspen trees. Plant, Cell and Environment 30:654-661. Link to PubMed

2006

Lu, Y. J.M. Steichen, J. Yao, T.D. Sharkey. The role of cytosolic a -glucan phosphorylase in maltose metabolism and the comparison of amylomaltase in Arabidopsis and E. coli. Plant Physiology142:878-889. Link to PubMed

Schrader, S.M., H.J. Kane, T.D. Sharkey , and S.v. Caemmerer. High temperature enhances inhibitor production but reduces fallover in tobacco Rubisco. Functional Plant Biology 33:921-929

Pichersky, E., T.D. Sharkey , J. Gershenzon. Plant volatiles: lack of function or a lack of knowledge? Trends in Plant Science 11:421

Weise, S.E., S.M. Schrader, K.R. Kleinbeck, T.D. Sharkey. Carbon balance and circadian regulation of hydrolytic and phosphorolytic breakdown of transitory starch. Plant Physiology. 141: 879-886. Link to PubMed

Lu, Y., T.D . Sharkey . The importance of maltose in transitory starch breakdown. Plant, Cell and Environment 29:353-366

Lu, Y. J. Steichen, S.E. Weise, T.D. Sharkey . Cellular and organ level localization of maltose in maltose-excess Arabidopsis mutants. Planta 224:935-943 DOI: 10.1007/s00425-006-0263-7. Link to PubMed

Sharkey, T.D., S.M. Schrader High Temperature Stress. In Phyiology and Molecular Biology of Stress Tolerance in Plants. K.V.Madhava Rao, A.S. Raghavendra, K.anardhan. Reddy eds. Springer Printed in the Netherlands, pp. 101-129

2005

Lu Y., J.P.Gehan, T.D. Sharkey Daylength and circadian effects on starch degradation and maltose metabolism. Plant Physiology 138:2280-2291

Wiberley,A.E., A.R. Linskey, T.G. Falbel, T.D. Sharkey. Development of the capacity for isoprene emission in kudzu. Plant, Cell and Environment 28:898-905

Cheng, L., R. Zhou, E.J. Reidel, T.D. Sharkey, A. M.Dandekar. Antisense inhibition of sorbitol synthesis leads to up-regulation of starch synthesis without altering CO 2 assimilation in apple leaves. Planta 220:767-776

Sharkey, T.D. Effects of moderate heat stress on photosynthesis: importance of thylakoid reactions, rubisco deactivation, reactive oxygen species, and thermotolerance provided by isoprene. Plant, Cell and Environment 28:269-277

Sharkey, T.D., S. Yeh, A.E. Wiberley, T.G. Falbel, D. Gong, D.E. Fernandez. Evolution of the isoprene biosynthetic pathway in kudzu. Plant Physiology 137:700-712. Link to PubMed

Weise, S.E., K. Kim, R.P. Stewart, T.D. Sharkey. b -Maltose is the metabolically active anomer of maltose during transitory starch degradation. Plant Physiology 137:756-761

Sharkey, T.D. Carbon-based end products of artificial photosynthesis. In Artificial Photosynthesis. T Collins, C. Critchley eds. Wiley Interscience, pp283-289

Lu Y., J.P.Gehan, T.D. Sharkey Daylength and circadian effects on starch degradation and maltose metabolism . In: A.van der Est and D. Bruce eds. Photosynthesis: Fundamental Aspects to Global Perspectives. International Society of Photosynthesis/Alliance Communications Group, Lawrence pp 711-713

Schrader,S.M., S.von Caemmerer, T.D. Sharkey, T.J. Andrews. High temperature enhances inhibitor production but reduces fallover in tobacco rubisco . In: A.van der Est and D. Bruce eds. Photosynthesis: Fundamental Aspects to Global Perspectives. International Society of Photosynthesis/Alliance Communications Group, Lawrence pp 845-847

Weise,S.E., T.D. Sharkey. Energetics of carbon export from the chloroplast at night . In: A.van der Est and D. Bruce eds. Photosynthesis: Fundamental Aspects to Global Perspectives. International Society of Photosynthesis/Alliance Communications Group, Lawrence pp 816-818

2004

Wolfertz M., T.D. Sharkey , W. Boland , F. Kühnemann. Rapid regulation of the methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway during isoprene synthesis. Plant Physiology 135:1939-1945. Link to PubMed

Wise,R.R., A.J. Olson, S.M. Schrader, T.D. Sharkey. Electron transport is the functional limitation of photosynthesis in field-grown Pima cotton plants at high temperature. Plant, Cell and Environment 27:717-724

Schrader,S.M., R.R. Wise, W.F. Wacholtz, D.R. Ort, T.D. Sharkey. Thylakoid membrane responses to moderately high leaf temperature in Pima cotton. Plant, Cell and Environment 27:725-735

Flexas,J., J. Bota, F. Loreto, G. Cornic, T.D. Sharkey. Diffusive and metabolic limitations under drought and salinity in C 3 plants. Plant Biology 6:269-279

Sharkey, T.D. , M.M. Laporte, Y. Lu, S.E. Weise, A.P.M. Weber. Engineering plants for elevated CO 2: A relationship between sugar sensing and starch degradation. Plant Biology 6:280-288

Lu Y., T.D. Sharkey The role of amylomaltase in maltose metabolism in the cytosol of photosynthetic cells. Planta 218: 466-473 DOI 10.1007/s00425-003-1127-z

Weise, S.E. A. Weber, T.D. Sharkey Maltose is the major form of carbon exported from the chloroplast at night. Planta 218:474-482 DOI 10.1007/s00425-003-1128-y

Sharkey, T.D ., I. Terashima, A. Standish, S.E. Weise. CO 2 processing from the chloroplast to the leaf. In Photosynthetic Adaptation from the Chloroplast to the Landscape. W. Smith, T. Vogelmann, C. Critchley eds. Springer pp 171-206.

2003

Wolfertz M., T.D. Sharkey , W. Boland , F. Kühnemann , S. Yeh. S.E. Weise. Biochemical regulation of isoprene emission. Plant, Cell and Environment 26:1357-1364

2001

Sharkey, T.D ., M.R. Badger, S. von Caemmerer, and T.J. Andrews. Increased heat sensitivity of photosynthesis in tobacco plants with reduced Rubisco activase. Photosynthesis Research 67:147-156

Hanson, D.T. and T.D. Sharkey. Effect of growth conditions on isoprene emission and other thermotolerance-enhancing compounds. Plant, Cell and Environment 24:929-936

Hanson, D.T. andT.D. Sharkey. Rate of acclimation of the capacity for isoprene emission in response to light and temperature. Plant, Cell and Environment 24:937-946

Sharkey, T.D ., X.Y. Chen, and S. Yeh. Isoprene increases thermotolerance of fosmidomycin-fed leaves. Plant Physiology 125:2001-2006

Sharkey, T.D . and S. Yeh. Isoprene emission from plants. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 52:407-436

Laporte, M.M., J.A. Galagan, A.L. Prasch, P.J. Vanderveer, D.T. Hanson, C.K. Shewmaker, and T.D. Sharkey. Promoter strength and tissue specificity effects on growth of tomato plants transformed with maize sucrose-phosphate synthase. Planta 212:817-822

2000

Singsaas, E.L. and T.D. Sharkey. The effects of high temperature on isoprene synthesis in oak leaves. Plant, Cell and Environment 23:751-757

Geron, C., A. Guenther, T. Sharkey, and R.R. Arnts. Temporal variability in basal isoprene emission factor. Tree Physiology 20:799-805

Fuentes, J.D., M. Lerdau, R. Atkinson, D. Baldocchi, J.W. Bottenheim, P. Ciccioli, B. Lamb, C. Geron, L. Gu, A. Guenther, T.D. Sharkey, W. Stockwell. Biogenic hydrocarbons in the atmospheric boundary layer: A review. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81:1537-1575

Sharkey, T.D . Perspectives: Plant Science - Some like it hot. Science 287:435-436

Sharkey, T.D ., M.M. Laporte, and E.L. Kruger. Will increased photosynthetic efficiency lead to increased yield in rice? In: J. Sheehy, ed. The Quest to Reduce Hunger: Redesigning Rice Photosynthesis, IRRI, Los Baños, Philippines and Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, pp 73-86

Sharkey, T.D . Review of "Physicochemical and Environmental Plant Physiology" by P.S. Nobel. The Quarterly Review of Biology 75:189-190

1999

Singsaas, E.L., P.J. Vanderveer, M.M. Laporte, J. Galagan, J.-Z. Shi, R.K. Monson, D.R. Bowling, K. Johnson, M. Lerdau, A. Jasentuliyana, and T.D. Sharkey. Kinetics of leaf temperature fluctuation affects isoprene emission from red oak. Tree Physiology 19:917-924

Sharkey, T.D., E.L. Singsaas, M. T. Lerdau, and C. Geron. Effects of weather on the capacity for isoprene emission and applications in emissions modeling. Ecological Applications 9:1132-1137

Sharkey, T.D. and M. T. Lerdau. Atmospheric chemistry and hydrocarbon emissions from plants. Ecological Applications 9:1107-1108

Schleucher, J., P.J. Vanderveer, J.L. Markley, and T.D. Sharkey. Intramolecular deuterium distribution of glucose reveals metabolic regulation and explains hydrogen isotope ratios. Plant Cell & Environment 22:525-533

Hanson, D.T., S. Swanson, L.K. Graham, and T.D. Sharkey. Evolutionary significance of isoprene emission from mosses. American Journal of Botany 86:634-639

Saeed, I.A.M., A.E. MacGuidwin D.I. Rouse, and T.D. Sharkey . Limitation to photosynthesis in Pratylenchus penetrans- and Verticillium dahliae-infected potato. Crop Science 39:1340-1346

Sharkey, T.D. Photorespiration. 2000 word entry for the Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, MacMillan

1998

Singsaas, E.L. and T.D. Sharkey. The regulation of isoprene emission responses to rapid leaf temperature fluctuations. Plant Cell & Environment 21:1181-1188

Schleucher, J., P.J. Vanderveer, and T.D. Sharkey. Export of carbon from chloroplasts at night. Plant Physiology 118:1439-1445

Heckathorn, S.A., C.A. Downs, T.D. Sharkey, and J.S. Coleman. The methionine rich small chloroplast heat-shock protein protects photosystem II electron transport during heat stress. Plant Physiology 116:439-444

Sharkey, T.D. Photosynthetic carbon reduction. Chapter 8 In: Photosynthesis: A ComprehensiveTreatise, A.S. Raghavendra, A.S., ed. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 111-122

Galston, A.W. and T.D. Sharkey. Frits Warmolt Went: A biographical memoir. Biographical Memoirs, National Academy Press 74:1-17

1997

Laporte, M.M., J.A. Galagan, J.A. Shapiro, M.R. Boersig, C.K. Shewmaker, and T.D. Sharkey. Sucrose-phosphate synthase activity and yield analysis of tomato plants transformed with maize sucrose-phosphate synthase. Planta 202:253-259

Singsaas, E.L,. M. Lerdau, K. Winter, and T.D. Sharkey. Isoprene increases thermotolerance to isoprene emitting species. Plant Physiology 115: 1413-1420

Geron, C.D., D. Nie, R.R. Arnts, T.D. Sharkey, E.L. Singsaas, P.J. Vanderveer, A. Guenther, J.E. Sickles, and T.E. Kleindienst. Biogenic isoprene emission: Model evaluation in a southeastern US bottomland deciduous forest. Journal of Geophysical Research 102:18889-18901

MacIntyre, H.L., T.D. Sharkey, and R.J. Geider. Activation and deactivation of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (Rubisco) in three marine microalgae. Photosynthesis Research 51:93-106

Sharkey, T.D., F. Loreto, D. Baldocchi, and A. Guenther. The BEMA-project: A North American perspective. Atmospheric Environment 31:251-255

Arnts, R.R., E.L. Singsaas, and T.D. Sharkey. Gas chromatographic techniques for the measurement of isoprene in air. In: Modern Methods in Plant Analysis, vol 19, J.F. Jackson and H.F. Linskens, eds, .Springer, Heidelberg, pp 47-71

Sharkey, T.D. Review of "The Physiology of Plants Under Stress: Abiotic Factors" by E.T. Nilsen and D.M. Orcutt. The Quarterly Review of Biology 72:476-477

1996

Loreto, F.P., E. Cicciolo, A. Brancaleoni, A. Cecinato, M. Frattoni, and T.D. Sharkey Different sources of reduced carbon contribute to form three classes of terpenoid emitted by Quercus ilex L. leaves. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 93:9966-9969

Sharkey, T.D., E.L. Singsaas, P.J. Vanderveer, and C.D. Geron. Field measurements of isoprene emission from trees in response to temperature and light. Tree Physiology 16:649-654

Micallef, B.J. and T.D. Sharkey. Genetic and physiological characterization of Flaveria linearis plants having a reduced activity of cytosolic fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase. Plant Cell & Environment 19:1-9

Micallef, B.J., P.J. Vanderveer, and T.D. Sharkey. Responses to elevated CO2 of Flaveria linearis plants having a reduced activity of cytosolic fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase. Plant Cell & Environment 19:10-16

Litvak, M.E., F. Loreto, P.C. Harley, T.D. Sharkey, and R.K. Monson. The response of isoprene emission rate and photosynthetic rate to photon flux and nitrogen supply in aspen and white oak trees. Plant Cell & Environment 19:549-559

Russin, W.A., R.F. Evert, P.J. Vanderveer, T.D. Sharkey, and S.P. Briggs. Modification of a specific class of plasmadesmata and loss of sucrose export capacity in the maize sucrose export defective1 mutant. The Plant Cell 8:645-658

Sharkey, T.D. Emission of low-molecular-mass hydrocarbons from plants. Trends in Plant Science 1:78-82

Sharkey, T.D. Isoprene synthesis in plants and animals. Endeavor 20:74-78

Sharkey, T.D. Isoprene production in trees. In: Trees - Contributions to Modern Tree Physiology, H. Rennenberg, W. Eschrich, and H. Ziegler, eds., SPB Academic Publishers, The Hague, pp.111-120

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (convening lead author), P. Bullock, J.R. Evans, K. Goulding, P.G. Jarvin, I.R. Noble, M. Rounsevell, and T.D. Sharkey (lead authors). IPCC report WG II Chapter A. Ecophysiological, Ecological and Soil Processes in Terrestrial Ecosystems: A Primer on General Concepts and Relationships.

1995

Sharkey, T.D. and E.L. Singsaas. Why plants emit isoprene. Nature 374:769

Cushman, K.E., T.W. Tibbitts, T.D. Sharkey, and R.R. Wise. Constant-light injury of potato: temporal and spatial patterns of carbon dioxide assimilation, starch content, chloroplast integrity, and necrotic lesions. Journal of the American Horticultural Society 120 1032-1040

Tennessen, D.J., R.J. Bula, and T.D. Sharkey. Efficiency of photosynthesis in continuous and pulsed light emitting diode irradiation. Photosynthesis Research 44:261-269

Micallef, B.J., K.A. Haskins, P.J. Vanderveer, K.-S. Roh, C.K. Shewmaker, and T.D. Sharkey. Altered photosynthesis, flowering, and fruiting in transgenic tomato plants that have an increased capacity for sucrose synthesis. Planta 196:327-334

Monson, R.K., M.T. Lerdau, T.D. Sharkey, D.S. Schimel, and R. Fall. Biological aspects of constructing volatile organic compound emission inventories. Atmospheric Environment 29:2989-3002

Moore, B.d., T.D. Sharkey, and J.R. Seemann. Intracellular localization of CA1P and CA1P phosphatase activity in leaves of Phaseolus vulgaris L. Photosynthesis Research 45:219-224

Sharkey, T.D. , M.M. Laporte, B.J. Micallef, C.K. Shewmaker, and J.V. Oakes. Sucrose synthesis, temperature, and plant yield. In: Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere, P. Mathis, ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. V:635-640

Schleucher, J., J.L. Markley, and T.D. Sharkey. Hydrogen isotope ratios in plant metabolites. In: Photosynthesis: From Light to Biosphere, P. Mathis, ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. V:1009-1012

1994

Loreto, F., G. Di Marco, D. Tricoli, and T.D. Sharkey. Measurements of mesophyll conductance, photosynthetic electron transport and alternative electron sinks of field grown wheat leaves. Photosynthesis Research 41:397-403

Harley, P.C., M.E. Litvak, T.D. Sharkey, and R.K. Monson. Isoprene emission from velvet bean leaves. Interactions between nitrogen availability, growth photon flux density and leaf development. Plant Physiology 105:279-285

Tennessen, D.J., E.L. Singsaas, and T.D. Sharkey. Light-emitting diodes as a light source for photosynthesis research. Photosynthesis Research 39:85-92

Sharkey, T.D. Photosynthesis: Carbon Metabolism in Chloroplasts of C 3 Plants. (translated and published in Spanish) In: Fisiología y Bioguímica Vegetal, J. Azcón-Bieto, E. Primo-Millo, eds., McGraw Hill/Interamericana de España S.A, pp. 113-133

Sharkey, T.D. Photosynthesis: Carbon Dioxide Uptake Mechanisms.(translated and published in Spanish) In: Fisiología y Bioguímica Vegetal, J. Azcón-Bieto, E. Primo-Millo, eds., McGraw Hill/Interamericana de España S.A, pp 135-147

Sharkey, T.D. Feedback effects on photosynthesis induced by assay and growth at high CO 2 . In: Physiology and Determination of Crop Yield, K. J. Boote, J.M. Bennet, T.R. Sinclair, and G.M. Paulsen, eds., CSSA-ASA-SSA, Madison WI, pp. 461-466

Farquhar, G.D. and T.D. Sharkey. Photosynthesis and carbon metabolism. In: Physiology and Determination of Crop Yield, K. J. Boote, J.M. Bennet, T.R. Sinclair, and G.M. Paulsen, eds. CSSA-ASA-SSA, Madison WI pp. 187-219

Sharkey, T.D. , X. Socias, and F. Loreto. CO2 effects on photosynthetic end product synthesis and feedback. In: Gaseous Pollutants and Plant Metabolism, R. Alscher and A.R. Wellburn, eds., Elsevier, pp. 55-78

1993

Socias, F.X., H. Medrano, and T.D. Sharkey. Feedback limitation of photosynthesis of Phaseolus vulgaris L. grown in elevated CO2. Plant, Cell & Environment 16:81-86

Pammenter, N.W., F. Loreto, and T.D. Sharkey. End product feedback effects on photosynthetic electron transport. Photosynthesis Research 35:5-14

Loreto, F. and T.D. Sharkey. On the relationship between isoprene emission and photosynthetic metabolites under different environmental conditions. Planta 189:420-424

Delwiche, C.F. and T.D. Sharkey. Rapid appearance of 13 C in biogenic isoprene when 13 CO2 is fed to intact leaves. Plant, Cell & Environment 16:587-591

Loreto, F. and T.D. Sharkey. Isoprene emission by plants is affected by transmissible wound signals. Plant, Cell & Environment 16:563-570

Sharkey, T.D. and F. Loreto. Water stress, temperature, and light effects on the capacity for isoprene emission and photosynthesis of kudzu leaves. Oecologia 95:328-333

Loreto, F. and T.D. Sharkey. Plant isoprene responses to the environment. In: Photosynthetic Responses to the Environment, H. Yamamoto and C. Smith, eds., American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville

1992

Harley, P.C., F. Loreto, G. Di Marco, and T.D. Sharkey. Theoretical considerations when estimating the mesophyll conductance to CO2 flux by analysis of the response of photosynthesis to CO2. Plant Physiology 98:1429-1436

Loreto, F., P.C. Harley G. Di Marco, and T.D. Sharkey. Estimation of the mesophyll conductance to CO2 flux by three different methods. Plant Physiology 98:1437-1443

Socias, FX, Medrano, H and Sharkey, TD (1992) Feedback limitation of photosynthesis of Phaseolus vulgaris L. grown in elevated CO2. Plant Cell and Environment 16: 81-86

Sharkey, T.D. , L. Savitch, P.J. Vanderveer, and B.J. Micallef. Carbon partitioning in a Flaveria linearis mutant with reduced cytosolic fructose bisphosphatase. Plant Physiology 100:210-215

Moore, B.d., T.D. Sharkey, J. Kobza, and J.R. Seemann. Identification and levels of 2'-carboxyarabinitol in leaves. Plant Physiology 99:1546-1550

Dekker, J. and T.D. Sharkey. Regulation of photosynthesis in triazine resistant and susceptible Brassica napus. Plant Physiology 98:1069-1073

Sharkey, T.D. (1992) Feedback effects on photosynthesis induced by assay and growth at high CO2. In: Boote, KJ, Sinclair, T and Bennet, J (eds) Physiology and determinants of crop yield, in press--American Society of Agronomy, Madison, Wisconsin

Sharkey, T.D. Photorespiration. 2000 word entry for the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology

1991

Harley, P.C. and T.D. Sharkey. An improved model of C 3 photosynthesis at high CO 2 : Reversed O 2 sensitivity explained by lack of glycerate reentry into the chloroplast. Photosynthesis Research 28:169-179

Vassey, T.L., W.P. Quick, T.D. Sharkey, and M. Stitt. Water stress, carbon dioxide, and light effects on sucrose-phosphate synthase activity in Phaseolus vulgaris. Physiologia Plantarum 81:37-44

Sharkey, T.D. , F. Loreto, and C.F. Delwiche. High carbon dioxide and sun/shade effects on isoprene emission from oak and aspen tree leaves. Plant, Cell & Environment 14:333-338

Sharkey, T.D. , L.V. Savitch, and N.D. Butz. Photometric method for routine determination of k cat and carbamylation of rubisco. Photosynthesis Research 28:41-48

Sharkey, T.D. , T.L. Vassey, P.J. Vanderveer, and R.D. Vierstra. Carbon metabolism enzymes and photosynthesis in transgenic tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) having excess phytochrome. Planta 185:287-296

Sharkey, T.D. , F. Loreto, C.F. Delwiche, and I.W. Treichel. Fractionation of carbon isotopes during biogenesis of atmospheric isoprene. Plant Physiology 97:463-466

Sharkey, T.D. Photosynthesis-physiological and ecological considerations. In: Plant Physiology, L. Taiz and E. Zeiger, eds., Benjamin Cummings, Palo Alto, Chapter 10, pp 249-264

Sharkey, T.D. , F. Loreto, and C.F. Delwiche. The biochemistry of isoprene emission from leaves during photosynthesis. In: Trace Gas Emissions from Plants, T.D. Sharkey, E.A. Holland, H.A. Mooney, eds., Academic Press, San Diego. pp 153-184

Sharkey, T.D. Stomatal control of trace gas emissions. In: Trace Gas Emissions from Plants, T.D. Sharkey, E.A. Holland, H.A. Mooney, eds., Academic Press, San Diego. pp 335-339

1990

Sharkey, T.D. Feedback limitation of photosynthesis and the physiological role of ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase carbamylation. Botanical Magazine of Tokyo Special Issue 2:87-105

Bouton, J.H., R.H. Brown, G.T. Byrd, and T.D. Sharkey. Inheritance of the reversal of O 2 response in a Flaveria linearis mutant. Plant Physiology 92:186-190

Loreto, F. and T.D. Sharkey. A gas-exchange study of photosynthesis and isoprene emission in Quercus rubra L. Planta 182:523-531

Sage, R.F., T.D. Sharkey, and R.W. Pearcy. The effect of leaf nitrogen and temperature on the CO2 response of photosynthesis in Chenopodium album L., a C 3 dicot. Australian Journal ofPlant Physiology 17:135-148

Loreto, F. and T.D. Sharkey. Low humidity can cause uneven photosynthesis in olive (Olea europa L.) leaves. Tree Physiology 6:409-415

Sage, R.F., T.D. Sharkey, and J.R. Seemann. The regulation of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase activity in response to light intensity and CO 2 in the C 3 annuals Chenopodium album L. and Phaseolus vulgaris L. Plant Physiology 94:1735-1742

Robinson-Beers, K., T.D. Sharkey, and R.F. Evert. Import of 14 C-photosynthate by developing leaves of sugarcane. Botanica Acta 103:424-429

Bowden, R.L., D.I. Rouse, and T.D. Sharkey. Mechanism of photosynthesis decrease by Verticillium dahliae in potato. Plant Physiology 94:1048-1055

Sharkey, T.D. , F. Loreto, and T.L. Vassey. Effects of stress on photosynthesis. In: Current Research in Photosynthesis, M. Baltscheffsky ed. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht. vol IV pp 549-556

1989

Sharkey, T.D. Evaluating the role of rubisco regulation in photosynthesis of C 3 plants. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 323:435-448

Sage, R.F., T.D. Sharkey ,and J.R. Seemann. The acclimation of photosynthesis to elevated CO2 in five C 3 species. Plant Physiology 89:590-596

Butz, N.D. and T.D. Sharkey. Activity ratios of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase accurately reflect carbamylation ratios. Plant Physiology 89:735-739

Sharkey, T.D. and J.R. Seemann. Mild water stress effects on carbon-reduction-cycle intermediates, RuBP carboxylase activity, and spatial homogeneity of photosynthesis in intact leaves. Plant Physiology 89:1060-1065

Vassey, T.L. and T.D. Sharkey. Mild water stress leads to reduced extractable sucrose-phosphate synthase activity in leaves of Phaseolus vulgaris L. Plant Physiology 89:1066-1070

Sharkey, T.D. and T.L. Vassey. Low oxygen inhibition of photosynthesis is caused by inhibition of starch synthesis. Plant Physiology 90:385-387

Sharkey, T.D. and P.J. Vanderveer. Stromal phosphate concentration is low during feedback-limited photosynthesis. Plant Physiology 91:679-684

Sharkey, T.D. Analytical gas exchange measurements of photosynthetic CO2 assimilation. In: Modern Methods of Plant Analysis, H.-F. Linskens, J.F. Jackson, eds., Springer, pp 73-93

1988

Sharkey, T.D. Estimating the rate of photorespiration in leaves. "What's New in Plant Physiol." Physiologia Plantarum 73:147-152

Sharkey, T.D. , J. Kobza, J.R. Seemann, and R.H. Brown. Reduced cytosolic fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase activity leads to loss of O2 sensitivity in a Flaveria linearis mutant. Plant Physiology 86:667-671

Sage, R.F., T.D. Sharkey, and J.R. Seemann. The in vivo response of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase activation state and pool sizes of photosynthetic metabolites to elevated CO 2 in Phaseolus vulgaris L. Planta 174:407-416

Seemann, J.R., M.U.F. Kirschbaum, T.D. Sharkey, and R.W. Pearcy. Regulation of ribulose?1,5?bisphosphate carboxylase activity in Alocasia macrorrhiza in response to step changes in light intensity. Plant Physiology 88:148-152

Brooks, A., A.R. Portis Jr. and T.D. Sharkey. Effects of irradiance and methyl viologen treatment on ATP, ADP and activation of ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase in spinach leaves. Plant Physiology 88:850-853

Sharkey, T.D. , J.A. Berry, and R.F. Sage. Regulation of photosynthetic electron-transport rate as determined by room-temperature chlorophyll a fluorescence in Phaseolus vulgaris L. Planta 176:415-424

1987

Adams, W.W. III, C.B. Osmond, and T.D. Sharkey. Responses of two CAM species to different irradiances during growth and susceptibility to photoinhibition by high light. Plant Physiology 83:213-218

Osmond, C.B., S.D. Smith, G-Y. Ben, and T.D. Sharkey. Stem photosynthesis in a desert ephemeral, Eriogonum inflatum: Characterization of leaf and stem CO2 fixation and H2O vapor exchange under controlled conditions. Oecologia 72:542-549

Ben, G-Y., C.B. Osmond, and T.D. Sharkey. Comparisons of photosynthetic responses of Xanthium strumarium and Helianthus annuus to sustained mild water stress and acute water stress in sun and shade. Plant Physiology 84:476-482

Smith, S.D., B.R. Strain, and T.D. Sharkey. Effect of high CO2 on four Great Basin Desert grasses. Functional Ecology 1:139-143

Sage, R.F. and T.D. Sharkey. The effect of temperature on the occurrence of O2 and CO2 insensitive photosynthesis in the field. Plant Physiology 84:658-664

Seemann, J.R., T.D. Sharkey, JL. Wang, and C.B. Osmond. Environmental effects on photosynthesis, nitrogen-use efficiency, and metabolite pools in leaves of sun and shade plants. Plant Physiology 84:796-802

Seemann, J.R. and T.D. Sharkey. The effect of abscisic acid and other inhibitors on photosynthetic capacity and the biochemistry of CO2 assimilation. Plant Physiology 84:696-700

Sharkey, T.D . and T. Ogawa. Stomatal responses to light. In: Stomatal Function, E. Zeiger, G.D. Farquhar, and I.R. Cowan, eds., Stanford University Press, pp 193-206

Sage, R.F., J.R. Seemann, and T.D. Sharkey. The time course for deactivation and reactivation of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase following changes in CO2 and O2. In: Progress in Photosynthesis Research, J. Biggins, ed., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht. Vol III:285-288.

Seemann, J.R. and T.D. Sharkey. Analysis of regulation and limitations of photosynthetic carbon metabolism. In: Progress in Photosynthesis Research, J. Biggins, ed., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, Vol III:321-324

Ben, G.-Y., C.B. Osmond, and T.D. Sharkey. Effects of water stress on in vivo photosynthetic biochemistry (maximum photosynthesis, quantum yield, and 77 K fluorescence). In: Progress in Photosynthesis Research, J. Biggins, ed., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, Vol IV:157-160.

Sharkey, T.D. and J.R. Seemann. Gas exchange analysis, carbon reduction cycle intermediate pool sizes and RuBP carboxylase activity in water?stressed, intact leaves. In: Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology, D.D. Randall, ed., Interdisciplinary Plant Group University of Missouri-Columbia, Vol 6: pp 88-103

Osmond, C.B., G.-Y. Ben, L.-K. Huang, and T.D. Sharkey. Determining the role of light and stress effects on photosynthesis. In: Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology, D.D. Randall, ed., Interdisciplinary Plant Group University of Missouri-Columbia, Vol 6: pp 134-146

1986

Evans, J.R., T.D. Sharkey, J.A. Berry, and G.D. Farquhar. Carbon isotope discrimination measured concurrently with gas exchange to investigate CO2 diffusion in leaves of higher plants. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 13:281-292

Sharkey, T.D. , J.R. Seemann, and J.A. Berry. Regulation of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase in response to changing partial pressure of O2 and light in Phaseolus vulgaris. Plant Physiology 81:788-791

Sharkey, T.D. , M. Stitt, D. Heineke, R. Gerhardt, K. Raschke, and H.W. Heldt. Limitation of photosynthesis by carbon metabolism II. O2 insensitive CO2 assimilation results from triose phosphate utilization limitations. Plant Physiology 81:1123-1129

Seemann, J.R. and T.D. Sharkey. Salinity and nitrogen effects on photosynthesis, ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase and metabolite pool sizes in Phaseolus vulgaris. Plant Physiology 82:555-560

Sharkey, T.D. , J.R. Seemann, and R.W. Pearcy. Contribution of metabolites of photosynthesis to postillumination CO2 assimilation in response to lightflecks. Plant Physiology 82:1063-1068

Sharkey, T.D. Theoretical and experimental observations on O2 sensitivity of C 3 photosynthesis. In: Biological Control of Photosynthesis. R. Marcelle, H. Clijsters, and M. Van Poucke, eds., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, pp 115-125

1985

Sharkey, T.D. Photosynthesis in intact leaves of C 3 plants: physics, physiology and rate limitations. The Botanical Review 51:53-105

Sharkey, T.D. , J.A. Berry, and K. Raschke. Starch and sucrose synthesis in Phaseolus vulgaris as affected by light, CO2 and abscisic acid. Plant Physiology 77:617-620.

Sharkey, T.D. O2 insensitive photosynthesis in C 3 plants: Its occurrence and a possible explanation. Plant Physiology 78:71-75

Francey, R.J., R.M. Gifford, T.D. Sharkey, and B. Weir. Physiological influences on carbon isotope discrimination in Huon Pine. Oecologia 66:211-218.

Sharkey, T.D. Steady-state room temperature fluorescence and CO2 assimilation rates of intact leaves. Photosynthesis Research 7:163-174

Sharkey, T.D. and J.A. Berry. Carbon isotope fractionation of algae as influenced by an inducible CO2 concentrating mechanism. In: Inorganic Carbon Uptake by Aquatic Photosynthetic Organisms, W.J. Lucas, J.A. Berry, eds., American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville. pp. 389-401

Before 1985

Sharkey, T.D . (1984) Transpiration induced changes in the photosynthetic capacity of leaves. Planta 160:143-150

Badger, M.R., T.D. Sharkey, and S. von Caemmerer. (1984) The relationship between steady-state gas exchange of bean leaves and the levels of carbon reduction cycle intermediates. Planta 160:305-313

Sharkey, T.D. and M.R. Badger (1984) Factors limiting photosynthesis as determined from gas exchange characteristics and metabolite pool sizes. Advances in Photosynthesis Research IV: 325-328

Francey, R.J. et al. (19 authors) (1984) Isotopes in tree rings - Stanley river collections, 1981/82. In: CSIRO Aust. Div. Atmos Res. Techn. Pap. No. 4, pp 1-86

Bradford, K.J., T.D. Sharkey, and G.D. Farquhar (1983) Gas exchange, stomatal behavior, and d 13 C values of the flacca tomato mutant in relation to abscisic acid. ,Plant Physiology 72:245-250

Farquhar, G.D. and T.D. Sharkey (1982) Stomatal conductance and photosynthesis. Annual Review of Plant Physiology 33:317-345

Sharkey, T.D. and M.R. Badger (1982) Effects of water stress on photo synthetic electron transport, photophosphorylation, and metabolite levels of Xanthium strumarium mesophyll cells. Planta 156:199-206

Sharkey, T.D. , K. Imai, G.D. Farquhar, and I.R. Cowan (1982) A direct confirmation of the standard method of estimating intercellular partial pressure of CO2. Plant Physiology 69:657-669

Sharkey, T.D. , G. Stevenson, and D.M. Paton (1982) Effects of G, a growth regulator from Eucalyptus grandis, on photosynthesis. Plant Physiology 69:935-938

Sharkey, T.D. and K. Raschke (1981) Separation and measurement of direct and indirect effects of light on stomata. Plant Physiology 68:33-40

Sharkey, T.D. and K. Raschke (1981) Effect of light quality on stomatal opening in Xanthium strumarium L. Plant Physiology 68:1170-1174

Creatura, P.J., G.R. Safir, R.P. Scheffer, and T.D. Sharkey (1981) Effects of Cephalosporium gramineum and a toxic metabolite on stomates and water status of wheat. Physiological Plant Pathology 19:313-323

Sharkey, T.D. and K. Raschke (1980) Effect of phaseic acid and dihydro phaseic acid on stomata and the photosynthetic apparatus. Plant Physiology 65:291-297

Grondin, G., T. Sharkey, M. Jones, A. Sculthorpe, and W. Taylor (1975) Postnatal cerebellar hypoplasia and dysfunction following methylazoxymethanol acetate treatment. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 148:156-159