Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Dactylis glomerata L. [Orchardgrass]

Bloor, J.M.G., Barthes, L. and Leadley, P.W. 2008. Effects of elevated CO2 and N on tree-grass interactions: an experimental test using Fraxinus excelsior and Dactylis glomerata. Functional Ecology 22: 537-546.

Bloor, J.M.G., Niboyet, A., Leadley, P.W. and Barthes, L. 2009. CO2 and inorganic N supply modify competition for N between co-occurring grass plants, tree seedlings and soil microorganisms. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 41: 544-552.

Garten Jr., C.T., Classen, A.T., Norby, R.J., Brice, D.J., Weltzin, J.F. and Souza, L. 2008. Role of N2-fixation in constructed old-field communities under different regimes of [CO2], temperature, and water availability. Ecosystems 11: 125-137.

Gunn, S., Bailey, S.J. and Farrar, J.F. 1999. Partitioning of dry mass and leaf area within plants of three species grown at elevated CO2. Functional Ecology 13: 3-11.

Harmens, H., Stirling, C.M., Marshall, C. and Farrar, J.F. 2000. Is partitioning of dry weight and leaf area within Dactylis glomerata affected by N and CO2 enrichment? Annals of Botany 86: 833-839.

Hunt, R., Hand, D.W., Hannah, M.A. and Neal, A.M. 1991. Response to CO2 enrichment in 27 herbaceous species. Functional Ecology 5: 410-421.

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