2018
DOI: 10.1007/s10584-018-2346-4
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Abstract: Coffee, one of the most heavily globally traded agricultural commodities, has been categorized as a highly sensitive plant species to progressive climatic change. Here, we summarize recent insights on the coffee plant's physiological performance at elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration [CO 2 ]. We specifically (i) provide new data of crop yields obtained under free-air CO 2 enrichment conditions, (ii) discuss predictions on the future of the coffee crop as based on rising temperature and (iii) emph… Show more

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“…1 and 379 Table S1). The present findings are in agreement with recent studies that describe 380 photosynthetic stability, as well as thermoregulatory differences, between coffee 381 genotypes in response to increased growth temperatures (Bertrand et al, 2015;Martins 382 et al, 2016, DaMatta et al, 2019. Comparative studies identifying warm tolerant 383 coffee genotypes are scarce and our results show that, based on the established 384 experimental conditions, cv.…”
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“…1 and 379 Table S1). The present findings are in agreement with recent studies that describe 380 photosynthetic stability, as well as thermoregulatory differences, between coffee 381 genotypes in response to increased growth temperatures (Bertrand et al, 2015;Martins 382 et al, 2016, DaMatta et al, 2019. Comparative studies identifying warm tolerant 383 coffee genotypes are scarce and our results show that, based on the established 384 experimental conditions, cv.…”
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confidence: 89%
“…Minimal impact on 40 photosynthetic-related parameters was observed when various coffee genotypes were 41 exposed to temperatures up to 37°C whereas maximum photosynthetic damage 42 occurred at 42°C for all coffee genotypes . Although coffee 43 presents moderate thermotolerance of photosynthetic-related processes, most 44 genotypes produced abnormal reproductive structures at these elevated temperatures 45 (DaMatta et al, 2019). Accordingly, coffee plants subjected to 45°C for 1-to-1.5 hours 46 showed leaf age-related differences in physiological recovery and did not bear flowers 47 or fruits (Marias et al, 2017a).…”
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