Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Arachis hypogaea L. [Peanut]

Bannayan, M., Tojo Soler, C.M., Garcia y.Garcia, A., Guerra, L.C. and Hoogenboom, G. 2009. Interactive effects of elevated [CO2] and temperature on growth and development of a short- and long-season peanut cultivar. Climatic Change 93: 389-406.

Booker, F.L., Burkey, K.O., Pursley, W.A. and Heagle, A.S. 2007. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone effects on peanut: I. Gas-exchange, biomass, and leaf chemistry. Crop Science 47: 1475-1487.

Clifford, S.C., Stronach, I.M., Mohamed, A.D., Azam-Ali, S.N. and Crout, N.M.J. 1993. The effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and water stress on light interception, dry matter production and yield in strands of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Journal of Experimental Botany 44: 1763-1770.

Clifford, S.C., Stronach, I.M., Black, C.R., Singleton-Jones, P.R., Azam-Ali, S.N. and Crout, N.M.J. 2000. Effects of elevated CO2, drought and temperature on the water relations and gas exchange of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea) stands grown in controlled environment glasshouses. Physiologia Plantarum 110: 78-88.

Mortley, D.G., Loretan, P.A., Hill, J.H. and Seminara, J. 1997. CO2 enrichment influences yields of 'Florunner,' 'Georgia Red' and 'New Mexico' peanut cultivars. Advances in Space Research 20: 1905-1908.

Prasad, P.V.V., Boote, K.J., Allen Jr., L.H. and Thomas, J.M.G. 2003. Super-optimal temperatures are detrimental to peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) reproductive processes and yield at both ambient and elevated carbon dioxide. Global Change Biology 9: 1775-1787.

Stanciel, K., Mortley, D.G., Hileman, D.R., Loretan, P.A., Bonsi, C.K. and Hill, W.A. 2000. Growth, pod and seed yield, and gas exchange of hydroponically grown peanut in response to CO2 enrichment. HortScience 35: 49-52.

Tu, C., Booker, F.L., Burkey, K.O. and Hu, S. 2009. Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and O3 differentially alter nitrogen acquisition in peanut. Crop Science 49: 1827-1836.

Ziska, L.H., Yang, J., Tomecek, M.B. and Beggs, P.J. 2016. Cultivar-specific changes in peanut yield, biomass, and allergenicity in response to elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. Crop Science 56: 1-9.

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