Peer-reviewed journals

  1. Uscola M, Villar-Salvador P, Oliet J, Warren CR (2017) Root uptake of inorganic and organic N chemical forms in two coexisting Mediterranean forest trees. Plant and Soil DOI 10.1007/s11104-017-3172-6
  2. Warren CR (2016) Simultaneous efflux and uptake of metabolites by roots of wheat. Plant and Soil. 406: 359-374
  3. Warren CR (2016) Do microbial osmolytes or extracellular depolymerisation products accumulate as soil dries? Soil Biology & Biochemistry 98: 54–63
  4. Kawasaki A, Warren CR, Kertesz MA (2016) Specific influence of white clover on the rhizosphere microbial community in response to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) contamination. Plant and Soil: 401:365–379
  5. Warren CR (2015) Wheat roots efflux a diverse array of organic N compounds and are highly proficient at their recapture. Plant and Soil. 397: 147-162
  6. Mawad D, Warren C, Barton M, Kueh S, Mahns D, Morley J, Pham B, Pho B, LautoA (2015) Lysozyme degradation of photo-activated chitosan adhesive films. Carbohydrate Polymers 121:56-63
  7. Warren CR (2015) Comparison of methods for extraction of organic N monomers from soil microbial biomass. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81: 67-76
  8. Warren CR (2014) Development of liquid chromatography mass spectrometry method for analysis of organic N monomers in soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 78: 233-242
  9. Warren CR (2014) Response of organic N monomers in a sub-alpine soil to a dry-wet cycle. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 77: 233–242
  10. FJ Cano, R López, CR Warren (2014) Implications of the mesophyll conductance to CO2 for photosynthesis and water use efficiency during long-term water stress and recovery in two contrasting Eucalyptus species. Plant, Cell & Environment 37: 2470-2490
  11. Warren CR (2014) Response of osmolytes in soil to drying and rewetting. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 70: 22-32
  12. Warren CR (2014) Organic N molecules in the soil solution: what is known, what is unknown and the path forwards. Marschner Review Plant & Soil. 375: 1-19
  13. Uscola M, Villar-Salvador P, Oliet J, Warren CR (2014) Foliar absorption and root translocation of nitrogen from different chemical forms in seedlings of two Mediterranean trees. Environmental & Experimental Botany. 104: 34-43
  14. Buckley TM, Warren CR (2014) The role of mesophyll conductance in the economics of nitrogen and water use in photosynthesis. Photosynthesis Research. 119:77-88
  15. Warren CR (2013) Development of a capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry method for small peptides in the soil solution. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 63: 80-84
  16. Cano FJ, Sánchez-Gómez D, Rodr'guez-Calcerrada J, Warren CR, Gil L, Aranda I (2013) Effects of drought on mesophyll conductance and photosynthetic limitations at different tree canopy layers. Plant, Cell and Environment 36:1961-80
  17. Warren CR (2013) Quaternary ammonium compounds can be abundant in some soils and are taken up as intact molecules by plants. New Phytologist 198:476-85.
  18. Warren CR (2013) Use of chemical ionization for GC–MS metabolite profiling. Metabolomics 9: 110-120
  19. Warren CR (2013) High diversity of small organic N observed in soil water. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57:444-450
  20. Flexas J, Barbour M, Brendel O, Cabrera HM, Carriqui M, Diaz-Espejo A, Douthe C, Dreyer E, Ferrio JP, Gago J, Galle A, Galmes J, Kodama N, Medrano H, Niinemets U, Peguero-Pina JJ, Pou A, Ribas-Carbo M, Tomas M, Warren CR (2012) Mesophyll diffusion conductance to CO2: an unappreciated central player in photosynthesis. Plant Biology (invited review) 193-194: 70-84
  21. Douthe C, Dreyer E, Brendel O, Warren CR (2012) Is mesophyll conductance to CO2 in leaves of three Eucalyptus species sensitive to short term changes of irradiance under ambient as well as low O2? Functional Plant Biology 38: 434–447
  22. Forrester DI, Lancaster K, Collopy JJ, Warren CR, Tausz M (2012) Photosynthetic capacity of Eucalyptus globulus is higher when grown in mixture with Acacia mearnsii. Trees 26: 1203-1213
  23. Forrester DI, Collopy JJ, Beadle CL, Warren CR, Baker TG (2012) Effect of thinning, pruning and nitrogen fertiliser application on transpiration, photosynthesis and water-use efficiency in a young Eucalyptus nitens plantation. Forest Ecology and Management 266: 286–300
  24. Warren CR (2012) Post-uptake metabolism affects quantification of amino acid uptake. New Phytologist 193: 522-531
  25. Warren CR, Cano FJ, Aranda I (2012). Metabolomics reveals divergent metabolic responses to water stress of two Eucalyptus species. Metabolomics 8: 186–200
  26. Cano-Martin FJ, Sanchez-Gómez D, Gascó A, Rodriguez-Calcerrada J, Gil L, Warren CR, Aranda I (2011). Light acclimation at the end of the vegetative period in two broadleaved oak species. Photosynthetica 49: 581-592
  27. Warren CR (2011) How does P affect photosynthesis and metabolite profiles of Eucalyptus globulus? Tree Physiology 31: 727-739
  28. Warren CR, Cano FJ, Aranda I (2011) Responses to water stress of gas exchange and metabolites in Eucalyptus and Acacia spp. Plant, Cell and Environment 34: 1609–1629
  29. Douthe C, Dreyer E, Epron D, Warren CR (2011) Mesophyll conductance to CO2, assessed from on-line TDL-AS records of 13CO2 discrimination, displays small but significant short term responses to CO2 and irradiance in Eucalypt seedlings. Journal of Experimental Botany 62: 5335-5346
  30. Miyazawa S-I, Warren CR, Turpin DH, Livingston NJ (2011) Determination of the site of CO2 sensing in poplar: is the N content and anatomy of new leaves determined by their immediate CO2 environment or by the CO2 environment of mature leaves? Journal of Experimental Botany 62: 2787–2796
  31. Warren CR, Taranto MT (2011) Ecosystem respiration in a seasonally snow-covered sub-alpine grassland. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 43: 137-146
  32. Barbour MM, Warren CR, Farquhar GD, Forrester G, Brown H (2010) Variability in mesophyll conductance between barley genotypes, and effects on transpiration efficiency and carbon isotope discrimination. Plant, Cell and Environment 33: 1176–1185
  33. Merchant A, Peuke AD, Keitel C, Macfarlane C, Warren CR, Adams MA (2010) Phloem sap and leaf δ13C, carbohydrates, and amino acid concentrations in Eucalyptus globulus change systematically according to flooding and water deficit treatment. Journal of Experimental Botany 61: 1785-1793
  34. Warren CR, Taranto MT (2010) Temporal variation in pools of amino acids, inorganic and microbial N in a temperate grassland soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42: 353-359
  35. Paulding EM, Baker AJM, Warren CR (2010) Competition for nitrogen by three sympatric species of Eucalyptus. Annals of Forest Science. DOI: 10.1051/forest/2009126
  36. Eyles A, Pinkard EA, O'Grady AP, Worledge D, Warren CR (2009) Role of corticular photosynthesis following defoliation in Eucalyptus globulus. Plant, Cell and Environment 32: 1004-1014
  37. Niinemets Ü, D'az-Espejo A, Flexas J, Galmés J, Warren CR (2009) Importance of mesophyll diffusion conductance in estimation of plant photosynthesis in the field. Journal of Experimental Botany 60: 2271-2282
  38. Niinemets Ü, D'az-Espejo A, Flexas J, Galmés J, Warren CR (2009) Role of mesophyll diffusion conductance in constraining potential photosynthetic productivity in the field. Journal of Experimental Botany 60: 2249-2270
  39. Warren CR (2009) Does N concentration affect relative uptake rates of nitrate vs. ammonium vs. glycine? Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 172: 224-229
  40. Warren CR (2009) Why does temperature affect relative uptake rates of nitrate, ammonium and glycine: A test with Eucalyptus pauciflora. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41: 778-784
  41. Warren CR (2009) Uptake of inorganic and amino acid N from soil by the trees Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus pauciflora. Tree Physiology 29: 401-409
  42. Posch S, Warren CR, Adams MA, Guttenberger H, (2008) Photoprotective carotenoids and antioxidants are more affected by canopy position than by N-supply in 21-year-old Pinus radiata. Functional Plant Biology 35: 470-482
  43. Warren CR (2008) Stand aside stomata, another actor deserves centre stage: the forgotten role of the internal conductance to CO2 transfer. Journal of Experimental Botany 59: 1475-1487
  44. Warren CR (2008) Soil water deficits decrease the internal conductance to CO2 transfer but atmospheric water deficits do not. Journal of Experimental Botany 59: 327-334
  45. Posch S, Warren CR, Kruse J, Guttenberger H, Adams MA (2008) Nitrogen allocation and the fate of absorbed light in 21-year-old Pinus radiata. Tree Physiology 28: 375-384
  46. Warren CR (2008) Does growth temperature affect the temperature response of photosynthesis and internal conductance to CO2? A test with Eucalyptus regnans. Tree Physiology 28: 11-19
  47. Warren CR (2008) Rapid measurement of chlorophylls with a microplate reader. Journal of Plant Nutrition 31: 1321-1332
  48. Warren CR (2007) Rapid and sensitive quantification of amino acids in soil extracts by capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40: 916-923
  49. Turnbull TL, Warren CR, Adams MA (2007) Novel mannose-sequestration technique reveals variation in sub-cellular orthophosphate pools do not explain effects of P nutrition on photosynthesis in Eucalyptus globulus seedlings. New Phytologist 176: 849-861
  50. Warren CR, Bleby TM, Adams MA (2007) Changes in gas exchange versus leaf solutes as means to cope with summer drought in Eucalyptus marginata. Oecologia 154: 1-10
  51. Turnbull TL, Kelly N, Adams MA, Warren CR (2007) Within-canopy nitrogen and photosynthetic gradients are unaffected by added fertiliser in field-grown Eucalyptus globulus. Tree Physiology 27: 1607-1617
  52. Turnbull TL, Adams MA, Warren CR (2007) Increased photosynthesis following partial defoliation of field-grown Eucalyptus globulus is not caused by increased leaf nitrogen. Tree Physiology 27:1481-1492
  53. Löw M, Häberle K-H, Warren CR, Matyssek R (2007) O3 flux-related responsiveness of photosynthesis, respiration and stomatal conductance of adult Fagus sylvativa to experimentally enhanced free-air O3 exposure. Plant Biology 9: 197-206
  54. Warren CR, Löw M, Matyssek R, Tausz M (2007) Internal conductance to CO2 transfer of adult Fagus sylvatica: variation between sun and shade leaves and due to free-air ozone fumigation. Environmental and Experimental Botany 59: 130-138
  55. Warren CR, Adams PR (2007) Uptake of organic and inorganic N by plants of Tasmanian wet eucalypt forests. Tree Physiology 27: 413-419
  56. Warren CR, Dreyer E, Tausz M, Adams MA (2006) Ecotype adaptation and acclimation of leaf traits to rainfall in 29 species of 16-year-old Eucalyptus at two common gardens. Functional Ecology 20: 929-940
  57. Warren CR, Dreyer E (2006) Temperature response of photosynthesis and internal conductance to CO2: results from two independent approaches. Journal of Experimental Botany 57: 3057-3067
  58. Warren CR (2006) Potential organic and inorganic N uptake by six Eucalyptus species. Functional Plant Biology 33: 653-660
  59. Warren CR (2006) Estimating the internal conductance to CO2 movement. Functional Plant Biology 33: 431-442
  60. Warren CR Adams MA (2006) Implications of internal conductance for carbon isotope discrimination and the economics of water and N use in photosynthesis. Plant, Cell and Environment 29: 192-201
  61. Warren CR (2006) Why does photosynthesis decrease with needle age in Pinus pinaster? Trees Structure and Function 20: 157-164
  62. Warren CR, Tausz M, Adams MA (2005) Does rainfall explain variation in leaf morphology and physiology among populations of red ironbark (Eucalyptus sideroxylon subsp. tricarpa) grown in a common garden? Tree Physiology 25: 1369-1378
  63. Warren CR, Adams MA (2005) What determines interspecific variation in relative growth rate of Eucalyptus seedlings? Oecologia 144: 373-381
  64. Tausz M, Warren CR, Adams MA (2005) Dynamic light use and protection from excess light in upper canopy and coppice leaves of Nothofagus cunninghamii in an old growth, cool temperate rainforest in Victoria, Australia. New Phytologist 165: 143-156
  65. Tausz M, Warren CR, Adams MA (2005) Is the bark of shining gum (Eucalyptus nitens) a sun or a shade leaf? Trees Structure and Function 19: 415-421
  66. Warren CR, McGrath JF, Adams MA (2005) Differential effects of N, P and K on growth, photosynthesis and partitioning of N in Pinus pinaster needles. Annals of Forest Science 62: 1-8
  67. Warren CR, Adams MA (2004) What determines rates of photosynthesis per unit nitrogen in seedlings of Eucalyptus species? Functional Plant Biology 31: 1169-1178
  68. Warren CR (2004) The photosynthetic limitation posed by internal conductance to CO2 movement is increased by nutrient supply. Journal of Experimental Botany 55: 2313-2321
  69. Warren CR, Adams MA (2004) Evergreen trees do not maximize instantaneous photosynthesis. Trends in Plant Science 9: 270-274
  70. Warren CR, Livingston NJ, Turpin DH (2004) Water stress decreases transfer conductance of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)Franco) seedlings. Tree Physiology 24: 971-979
  71. Warren CR, Adams MA (2004) Capillary electrophoresis of the major anions and cations in leaf extracts of woody species. Phytochemical Analysis 15: 407-413
  72. Warren CR, Livingston NJ, Turpin DH (2004) Photosynthetic responses and N allocation in Douglas-fir seedlings following a brief pulse of nutrients. Tree Physiology 24: 601-608
  73. Warren CR, Livingston NJ, Turpin DH (2003) Response of Douglas-fir seedlings to a brief pulse of 15N labeled nutrients. Tree Physiology 23: 1193-1200
  74. Warren CR, Dreyer E, Adams MA (2003) Photosynthesis-Rubisco relationships in foliage of Pinus sylvestris in response to nitrogen supply and the proposed role of Rubisco and amino acids as nitrogen stores. Trees: Structure and Function 17: 359-366
  75. Warren CR, Ethier GJ, Livingston NJ, Grant NJ, Turpin DH, Harrison DL, Black TA (2003) Transfer conductance in second growth Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)Franco) canopies. Plant, Cell and Environment 26: 1215-1227
  76. Warren CR, Livingston NJ, Turpin DH (2003) Responses of gas exchange to reversible changes in whole-plant transpiration rate in two conifer species. Tree Physiology 23: 793-803
  77. Warren CR, Adams MA (2002) P affects growth and partitioning of N to Rubisco in Pinus pinaster. Tree Physiology 22: 11-19
  78. Warren CR, Adams MA (2002) Possible causes of slow growth of nitrate-supplied Pinus pinaster. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32: 569-580
  79. Warren CR, Adams MA (2001) Distribution of N, Rubisco and photosynthesis in Pinus pinaster and acclimation to light. Plant, Cell and Environment 24: 597-609
  80. Warren CR, McGrath JF, Adams MA (2001) Water availability and carbon isotope discrimination in conifers. Oecologia 127: 476-486
  81. Chen Z, Warren CR, Adams MA (2000) Separation of Rubisco in extracts of plant leaves by capillary electrophoresis with sieving polymer. Analytical Letters 33: 579-587
  82. Warren CR, Adams MA (2000) Capillary electrophoresis for the determination of major amino acids and sugars in foliage: application to the nitrogen nutrition of sclerophyllous species. Journal of Experimental Botany 51: 1147-1157
  83. Warren CR, Adams MA (2000) Trade-offs between the persistence of foliage and productivity in two Pinus species. Oecologia 124: 487-494
  84. Warren CR, Adams MA (2000) Water availability and branch length determine δ13C in foliage of P. pinaster. Tree Physiology 10: 637-644
  85. Warren CR, Adams MA, Chen Z (2000) Effect of N-source on concentration of Rubisco in Eucalyptus diversicolor, as measured by capillary electrophoresis. Physiologia Plantarum 110: 52-58
  86. Warren CR, Adams MA, Chen Z (2000) Is photosynthesis related to concentrations of nitrogen and Rubisco in leaves of Australian native plants? Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 27: 407-416
  87. Chen Z, Warren CR, Adams MA (1999) Separation of amino acids in plant tissue extracts by capillary zone electrophoresis with indirect detection using aromatic carboxylates as background electrolytes. Chromatographia 51: 180-186
  88. Macfarlane C, Warren CR, White DA, Adams MA (1999) A rapid and simple method for processing wood to cellulose for analysis of carbon isotope discrimination in tree rings. Tree Physiology 19: 831-836
  89. Hovenden MJ, Warren CR (1998) Photochemistry, energy dissipation and cold-hardening in Eucalyptus nitens and E. pauciflora. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 25: 581-589
  90. Warren CR, Hovenden MJ, Davidson NJ, Beadle CL (1998) Cold hardening reduces photoinhibition of Eucalyptus nitens and E. pauciflora at frost temperatures. Oecologia 113: 350-359

Data Products

  1. Walker, A.P., I. Aranda, A.P. Beckerman, H. Bown, L.A. Cernusak, Q.L. Dang, T.F. Domingues, L. Gu, S. Guo, Q. Han, J. Kattge, M. Kubiske, D. Manter, E. Merilo, G. Midgley, A. Porte, J.C. Scales, D. Tissue, T. Turnbull, C. Warren, G. Wohlfahrt, F.I. Woodward, and S.D. Wullschleger. 2014. A Global Data Set of Leaf Photosynthetic Rates, Leaf N and P, and Specific Leaf Area. Data set. Available on-line [] from Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA.

Book chapters

  1. Flexas J, Brugnoli E, Warren CR (2012) Mesophyll conductance to CO2. In: Terrestrial photosynthesis in a changing environment: A Molecular, Physiological, and Ecological Approach (Eds, Flexas J, Loreto F, Medrano H). Cambridge University Press, 760 pages
  2. Warren CR, Garc'a-Plazaola J, Niinemets Ü (2012) Ecophysiology of photosynthesis in temperate forests. In: Terrestrial photosynthesis in a changing environment: A Molecular, Physiological, and Ecological Approach (Eds, Flexas J, Loreto F, Medrano H). Cambridge University Press, 760 pages
  3. Morales F, Warren CR (2012) Photosynthetic responses to nutrient deprivation and toxicities. In: Terrestrial photosynthesis in a changing environment: A Molecular, Physiological, and Ecological Approach (Eds, Flexas J, Loreto F, Medrano H). Cambridge University Press, 760 pages