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2010
Flynn KJ, Raven JA, Rees TAV, Finkel ZV, Quigg A, Beardall J.  2010.  Is the growth rate hypothesis applicable to microalgae? Journal of Phycology. 46:1-12.
2009
Woodward FI, Bardgett RD, Raven JA, Hetherington AM.  2009.  Biological approaches to global environmental change: mitigation and remediation. Current Biology. 19:R615-R623.
Cockell CS, Kaltenegger L, Raven JA.  2009.  Cryptic photosynthesis - extrasolar planetary oxygen without a surface biological signature. Astrobiology. 9:623-636.
Dimier C, Brunet C, Geider RD, Raven JA.  2009.  Growth and photoregulation dynamics of the picoeukaryote Pelagomonas calceolata in fluctuating light. Limnology and Oceanography. 54:823-836.
Raven JA.  2009.  Horsetails get the wind up. New Phytologist. 184:6-9.
Andrews M, Maule HG, Hodge S, Cherrill A, Raven JA.  2009.  Seed dormancy, nitrogen nutrition and shade acclimation of Impatiens glandulifera: implications for its successful invasion of a deciduous woodland. Plant Ecology and Diversity. 2:145-153.
2007
Raven JA.  2007.  Astrobiology: Photosynthesis in watercolours. Nature. 448:-418.
Jones MR, Leith ID, Fowler D, Raven JA, Sutton MA, Nemitz E, Cape JN, Sheppard LJ, Smith RI.  2007.  Concentration-dependent NH3 deposition processes for stomatal and non-stomatal moorland species. Atmospheric Environment. 41:8990-8994. Abstract
2006
Raven JA.  2006.  Sensing inorganic carbon: C02 and HCO3. Biochemical Journal. 396:e5-e7.
2005
Raven JA, Ball LA, Beardall J, Giordano M, Maberly SC.  2005.  Algae lacking carbon concentrating mechanisms. Canadian Journal of Botany. 83:879-890.
Hetherington AM, Raven JA.  2005.  The biology of carbon dioxide. Current Biology. 15:406-410.

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