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


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Cicer arietinum [Chickpea]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
21
 
 
 Arithmetic Mean
45.5%
 
 
 Standard Error
3.6%
 
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Jin et al. (2012)

Shoot biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 16 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
61%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Root biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 16 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
42%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Shoot biomass of well watered plants grown from seed inoculated with Rhizobium ciceri in a phosphorus-deficient vertisol in a column experiment conducted at a FACE facility in Horsham, Victoria (Australia) for a period of nine weeks without added phosphorus (P)
25%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Root biomass of well watered plants grown from seed inoculated with Rhizobium ciceri in a phosphorus-deficient vertisol in a column experiment conducted at a FACE facility in Horsham, Victoria (Australia) for a period of nine weeks without added phosphorus (P)
23%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Shoot biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 4 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
18%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Root biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 4 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
32%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Shoot biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 8 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
45%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Root biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 8 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
51%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Shoot biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 12 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
54%

 

 

Jin et al. (2012)

Root biomass of well watered plants grown from seed and inoculated with rhizobium for nine weeks in vertisol soil columns supplied with 12 mg P/kg soil in a FACE study
46%

 

 

Lam et al. (2012)

Above-ground biomass of well watered plants grown from the seedling stage to maturity in pots filled with a local Vertisol of inherent low P status in naturally-lighted glasshouse chambers at Horsham, Victoria, Australia, without (-) phosphorus (P) supplied as 0 mg P/pot
62%

 

 

Lam et al. (2012)

Above-ground biomass of well watered plants grown from the seedling stage to maturity in pots filled with a local Vertisol of inherent low P status in naturally-lighted glasshouse chambers at Horsham, Victoria, Australia, with (+) phosphorus (P) supplied as 56.7 mg P/pot
56%

 

 

Lam et al. (2012)

Grain biomass of well watered plants grown from the seedling stage to maturity in pots filled with a local Vertisol of inherent low P status in naturally-lighted glasshouse chambers at Horsham, Victoria, Australia, without (-) phosphorus (P) supplied as 0 mg P/pot
30%

 

 

Lam et al. (2012)

Grain biomass of well watered plants grown from the seedling stage to maturity in pots filled with a local Vertisol of inherent low P status in naturally-lighted glasshouse chambers at Horsham, Victoria, Australia, with (+) phosphorus (P) supplied as 56.7 mg P/pot
68%

 

 

Lam et al. (2012)

Above-ground biomass of well watered plants grown from the seedling stage to maturity in pots filled with a local Calcarosol of relatively high P in naturally-lighted glasshouse chambers at Horsham, Victoria, Australia, without (-) phosphorus (P) supplied as 0 mg P/pot
46%

 

 

Lam et al. (2012)

Above-ground biomass of well watered plants grown from the seedling stage to maturity in pots filled with a local Calcarosol of relatively high P in naturally-lighted glasshouse chambers at Horsham, Victoria, Australia, with (+) phosphorus (P) supplied as 56.7 mg P/pot
26%

 

 

Saha et al. (2015)

Plants grown from seed out-of-doors in a non-calcareous sandy loam soil supplied with a basal dose of 20-40-60 kg/ha NPK -- where they were sustained through the growing season by profile-stored water with supplemental irrigations of 20 mm to avoid water stress -- within four open-top chambers, half of which were supplied with ambient air and half with extra CO2 between 6:00 and 18:00 hours of each day starting from crop emergence
42%

 

 

Singh et al. (2017)

Aboveground plant biomass at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants (cv. Pusa 5023) grown outdoors under normal ozone concentrations (30 ppb) in a Free Air Ozone and Carbon Dioxide Enrichment (FAOCE) facility. CO2 enrichment started 40 days after sowing and was administered for 11 hours during the day.
33%

 

 

Singh et al. (2017)

Aboveground plant biomass at harvest of well-watered and fertilized plants (cv. Pusa 5023) grown outdoors under elevated ozone concentrations (70 ppb) in a Free Air Ozone and Carbon Dioxide Enrichment (FAOCE) facility. CO2 and ozone enrichment started 40 days after sowing and were administered for 11 hours during the day.
49%

 

 

Singh et al. (2017)

Seed yield of well-watered and fertilized plants (cv. Pusa 5023) grown outdoors under normal ozone concentrations (30 ppb) in a Free Air Ozone and Carbon Dioxide Enrichment (FAOCE) facility. CO2 enrichment started 40 days after sowing and was administered for 11 hours during the day.
64%

 

 

Singh et al. (2017)

Seed yield of well-watered and fertilized plants (cv. Pusa 5023) grown outdoors under elevated ozone concentrations (70 ppb) in a Free Air Ozone and Carbon Dioxide Enrichment (FAOCE) facility. CO2 and ozone enrichment started 40 days after sowing and were administered for 11 hours during the day.
82%

 

 

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