I’m looking at the team members for eden: University of Guelph, Canada and Wageningen University and Research, the Netherlands do good research for space. Here’s a couple of my favorites (well worth a read if you can find 'em).
Nardone, E., P.G. Kevan, M. Stasiak, and M. Dixon. Atmospheric Pressure Requirements of Bumblebees (Bombus impatiens) as Pollinators of Lunar or Martian Greenhouse Grown Food. Gravitational and Space Biology; Vol. 26 (2). Oct 2012.
Wehkamp, C.A. et al. Radish (Raphanus sativa L. cv. Cherry Bomb II) Growth, Net Carbon Exchange Rate, and Transpiration at Decreased Atmospheric Pressure and / or Oxygen. Gravitational and Space Biology Volume 26 (1). April 2012.
Also, have you seen this? Amundsen-Scott already did a south-pole greenhouse with University of Arizona:
Patterson, L. G.A. Giacomelli, P.D. Sadler. Resource and Production Model for the South Pole Food Growth Chamber. doi:10.4271/2008-01-2011. SAE Technical Paper 2008-01-2011. 2008.
The same folks have a Mars/Lunar Greenhouse Prototype: