Andy VanLoocke
Andy VanLoocke
Associate Professor, Iowa State University
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The costs of photorespiration to food production now and in the future
BJ Walker, A VanLoocke, CJ Bernacchi, DR Ort
Annual review of plant biology 67, 107-129, 2016
The impacts of Miscanthus×giganteus production on the Midwest US hydrologic cycle
A Vanloocke, CJ Bernacchi, TE Twine
Gcb Bioenergy 2 (4), 180-191, 2010
A regional comparison of water use efficiency for miscanthus, switchgrass and maize
A VanLoocke, TE Twine, M Zeri, CJ Bernacchi
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 164, 82-95, 2012
Modelling C3 photosynthesis from the chloroplast to the ecosystem
CJ Bernacchi, JE Bagley, SP Serbin, UM RUIZ‐VERA, DM Rosenthal, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 36 (9), 1641-1657, 2013
Photosynthesis, light use efficiency, and yield of reduced-chlorophyll soybean mutants in field conditions
RA Slattery, A VanLoocke, CJ Bernacchi, XG Zhu, DR Ort
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 238568, 2017
A comparison of canopy evapotranspiration for maize and two perennial grasses identified as potential bioenergy crops
GC Hickman, A Vanloocke, FG Dohleman, CJ Bernacchi
Gcb Bioenergy 2 (4), 157-168, 2010
Terrestrial ecosystems in a changing environment: a dominant role for water
CJ Bernacchi, A VanLoocke
Annual review of plant biology 66, 599-622, 2015
Predicting crop yields and soil‐plant nitrogen dynamics in the US Corn Belt
SV Archontoulis, MJ Castellano, MA Licht, V Nichols, M Baum, I Huber, ...
Crop Science 60 (2), 721-738, 2020
Chlorophyll can be reduced in crop canopies with little penalty to photosynthesis
BJ Walker, DT Drewry, RA Slattery, A VanLoocke, YB Cho, DR Ort
Plant Physiology 176 (2), 1215-1232, 2018
Expression of cyanobacterial FBP/SBPase in soybean prevents yield depression under future climate conditions
IH Köhler, UM Ruiz-Vera, A VanLoocke, ML Thomey, T Clemente, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (3), 715-726, 2017
Future carbon dioxide concentration decreases canopy evapotranspiration and soil water depletion by field‐grown maize
MZ Hussain, A VanLoocke, MH Siebers, UM Ruiz‐Vera, RJ Cody Markelz, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (5), 1572-1584, 2013
Targeted subfield switchgrass integration could improve the farm economy, water quality, and bioenergy feedstock production
E Brandes, GS McNunn, LA Schulte, DJ Muth, A VanLoocke, EA Heaton
GCB Bioenergy 10 (3), 199-212, 2018
How does inclusion of weather forecasting impact in-season crop model predictions?
K Togliatti, SV Archontoulis, R Dietzel, L Puntel, A VanLoocke
Field crops research 214, 261-272, 2017
A systems modeling approach to forecast corn economic optimum nitrogen rate
LA Puntel, JE Sawyer, DW Barker, PJ Thorburn, MJ Castellano, KJ Moore, ...
Frontiers in plant science 9, 436, 2018
Nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils challenge climate sustainability in the US Corn Belt
NC Lawrence, CG Tenesaca, A VanLoocke, SJ Hall
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (46), e2112108118, 2021
SMOS optical thickness changes in response to the growth and development of crops, crop management, and weather
BK Hornbuckle, JC Patton, A VanLoocke, AE Suyker, MC Roby, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 180, 320-333, 2016
Miscanthus establishment and overwintering in the Midwest USA: a regional modeling study of crop residue management on critical minimum soil temperatures
CJ Kucharik, A VanLoocke, JD Lenters, MM Motew
PLoS One 8 (7), e68847, 2013
Candidate perennial bioenergy grasses have a higher albedo than annual row crops
JN Miller, A VanLoocke, N Gomez‐Casanovas, CJ Bernacchi
Gcb Bioenergy 8 (4), 818-825, 2016
Rising ozone concentrations decrease soybean evapotranspiration and water use efficiency whilst increasing canopy temperature
A VanLoocke, AM Betzelberger, EA Ainsworth, CJ Bernacchi
New Phytologist, 2012
The economic and environmental costs and benefits of the renewable fuel standard
L Chen, D Debnath, J Zhong, K Ferin, A VanLoocke, M Khanna
Environmental Research Letters 16 (3), 034021, 2021
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