Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Chenopodium album L. [Lambsquarters]

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Juknys, R., Duchovskis, P., Sliesaravicius, A., Slepetys, J., Januskaitiene, I., Brazaityte, A., Ramaskeviciene, A., Lazauskas, S., Dedeliene, K., Sakalauskaite, J., Juozaityte, R., Kadziuliene, Z. and Diksaityte, A. 2011. Response of different agricultural plants to elevated CO2 and air temperature. Zemdirbyste=Agriculture 98: 259-266.

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Miyagi, K.-M., Kinugasa, T., Hikosaka, K. and Hirose, T. 2007. Elevated CO2 concentration, nitrogen use, and seed production in annual plants. Global Change Biology 13: 2161-2170.

Nagashima, H., Yamano, T., Hikosaka, K. and Hirose, T. 2003. Effects of elevated CO2 on the size structure in even-aged monospecific stands of Chenopodium album. Global Change Biology 9: 619-629.

Sage, R.F., Sharkey, T.D. and Seemann, J.R. 1989. Acclimation of photosynthesis to elevated CO2 in five C3 species. Plant Physiology 89: 590-596.

Taylor, K. and Potvin, C. 1997. Understanding the long-term effect of CO2 enrichment on a pasture: the importance of disturbance. Canadian Journal of Botany 75: 1621-1627.

Zangerl, A.R. and Bazzaz, F.A. 1984. The response of plants to elevated CO2. II. Competitive interactions among annual plants under varying light and nutrients. Oecologia 62: 412-417.

Ziska, L.H., Teasdale, J.R. and Bunce, J.A. 1999. Future atmospheric carbon dioxide may increase tolerance to glyphosate. Weed Science 47: 608-615.

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