Percent Dry Weight (Biomass) Increases for
300, 600 and 900 ppm Increases in the Air's CO2 Concentration:


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Arachis hypogaea L. [Peanut]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
46
 
1
 Arithmetic Mean
53%
 
35%
 Standard Error
13.6%
 
0%

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Total biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at day/night temperatures of: 33/21C; cv. Georgia Green
20%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Total biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at day/night temperatures of: 35.5/23.5C; cv. Georgia Green
29%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Total biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at day/night temperatures of: 38/26C; cv. Georgia Green
34%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Total biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at day/night temperatures of: 33/21C; cv. Pronto
63%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Total biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at day/night temperatures of: 35.5/23.5C; cv. Pronto
52%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Total biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at day/night temperatures of: 38/26C; cv. Pronto
70%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Seed biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at a day/night temperature of 33/21C
-53%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Seed biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at a day/night temperature of 35.5/23.5C
-11%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Seed biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at a day/night temperature of 38/26C
55%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Seed biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at a day/night temperature of 33/21C; cv. Pronto
-24%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Seed biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at a day/night temperature of 35.5/23.5C; cv. Pronto
-14%

 

 

Bannayan et al. (2009)

Seed biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed to maturity in 20-L pots filled with sand within controlled environment chambers in the University of Georgia Envirotron at a day/night temperature of 38/26C; cv. Pronto
-73%

 

 

Booker et al. (2007)

Plants grown in the field for two years using standard agricultural practices within open-top chambers maintained at ambient (46 ppb) O3 concentrations
32%

 

 

Bookeret al. (2007)

Plants grown in the field for two years using standard agricultural practices within open-top chambers maintained at elevated (75 ppb) O3 concentrations
82%

 

 

Clifford et al. (1993)

controlled environment glasshouse, yield, 1991 wet
22%

 

 

Clifford et al. (1993)

controlled environment glasshouse, yield, 1992 wet
22%

 

 

Clifford et al. (1993)

controlled environment glasshouse, yield, 1992 dry
401%

 

 

Clifford et al. (1993)

controlled environment glasshouse, yield, 1992 dry
471%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, above-ground biomass, 28 C, irrigated
19%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, above-ground biomass, 28 C, droughted
-5%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, total pod biomass, 28 C, irrigated
5%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, total pod biomass, 28 C, droughted
102%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, above-ground biomass, 32 C, irrigated
41%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, above-ground biomass, 32 C, droughted
29%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, total pod biomass, 32 C, irrigated
94%

 

 

Clifford et al. (2000)

controlled environment glasshouse, total pod biomass, 32 C, droughted
115%

 

 

Mortley et al. (1997)

growth chamber, Florunner cultivar
73%

 

 

Mortley et al. (1997)

growth chamber, Georgia Red cultivar
71%

 

 

Mortley et al. (1997)

growth chamber, New Mexico cultivar
100%

 

 

Prasad et al. (2003)

Vegetative biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity in sunlit controlled-environment chambers at daytime-maximum/nighttime-minimum air temperatures of 32/22?C
35%

 

 

Prasad et al. (2003)

Vegetative biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity in sunlit controlled-environment chambers at daytime-maximum/nighttime-minimum air temperatures of 40/30?C
38%

 

 

Prasad et al. (2003)

Vegetative biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity in sunlit controlled-environment chambers at daytime-maximum/nighttime-minimum air temperatures of 44/34?C
62%

 

 

Prasad et al. (2003)

Seed biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity in sunlit controlled-environment chambers at daytime-maximum/nighttime-minimum air temperatures of 32/22?C
23%

 

 

Prasad et al. (2003)

Seed biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity in sunlit controlled-environment chambers at daytime-maximum/nighttime-minimum air temperatures of 40/30?C
29%

 

 

Prasad et al. (2003)

Seed biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity in sunlit controlled-environment chambers at daytime-maximum/nighttime-minimum air temperatures of 44/34?C
146%

 

 

Stanciel et al. (2000)

hydroponic chamber
14%

 

35%

Tu et al. (2009)

Total aboveground biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity out-of-doors in open-top chambers under well watered and fertilized conditions in air of unaltered ozone (O3) concentration
35%

 

 

Tu et al. (2009)

Total aboveground biomass of plants grown from seed to maturity out-of-doors in open-top chambers under well watered and fertilized conditions in air containing 1.6 times the normal O3 concentration
89%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Above-ground biomass at harvest in 2012 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Georgia Green
-12%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Above-ground biomass at harvest in 2012 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Virginia Jumbo
15%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Above-ground biomass at harvest in 2013 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Georgia Green
19%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Above-ground biomass at harvest in 2013 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Virginia Jumbo
53%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Seed yield at harvest in 2012 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Georgia Green
-23%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Seed yield at harvest in 2012 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Virginia Jumbo
23%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Seed yield at harvest in 2013 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Georgia Green
27%

 

 

Ziska et al. (2016)

Seed yield at harvest in 2013 of plants grown outdoors in slope-top acrylic chambers; cv Virginia Jumbo
41%

 

 

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