Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Acer saccharum Marsh. [Sugar Maple]

Bazzaz, F., Coleman, J., Morse, S. 1990. Growth responses of seven major co-occuring tree species of the northeastern United States to elevated CO2. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20: 1479-1484.

Gaucher, C., Dizengremel, P., Mauffette, Y. and Chevrier, N. 2006. Response of Acer saccharum seedlings to elevated O3 and CO2 concentrations. Phytoprotection 86: 7-17.

Kruger, E.L., Volin, J.C. and Lindroth, R.L. 1998. Influences of atmospheric CO2 enrichment on the responses of sugar maple and trembling aspen to defoliation. New Phytologist 140: 85-94.

Li, L., Manning, W.J. and Wang, X.K. 2018. Autumnal leaf abscission of sugar maple is not delayed by atmospheric CO2 enrichment. Photosynthetica 56: 1134-1139.

Niewiadomska, E., Gaucher-Veilleux, C., Chevrier, N., Mauffette, Y. and Dizengremel, P. 1999. Elevated CO2 does not provide protection against ozone considering the activity of several antioxidant enzymes in the leaves of sugar maple. Journal of Plant Physiology 155: 70-77.

Norby, R.J., Long, T.M., Hartz-Rubin, J.S. and O'Neill, E.G. 2000. Nitrogen resorption in senescing tree leaves in a warmer, CO2-enriched atmosphere. Plant and Soil 224: 15-29.

Parsons, W.F.J., Kopper, B.J. and Lindroth, R.L. 2003. Altered growth and fine root chemistry of Betula papyrifera and Acer saccharum under elevated CO2. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33: 842-846.

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