Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Eichhornia crassipes [Water Hyacinth]

Idso, S.B. 1989. Three stages of plant response to atmospheric CO2 enrichment. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 27: 131-134.

Idso, S.B., Kimball, B.A. and Anderson, M.G. 1985. Atmospheric CO2 enrichment of water hyacinths: Effects on transpiration and water use efficiency. Water Resources Research 21: 1787-1790.

Idso, S.B., Kimball, B.A., Anderson, M.G. and Mauney, J.R. 1987. Effects of atmospheric CO2 enrichment on plant growth: The interactive role of air temperature. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 20: 1-10.

Jiang, D., Chen, L., Xia, N., Norgbey, E., Koomson, D.A. and Darkwah, W.K. 2020. Elevated atmospheric CO2 impact on carbon and nitrogen transformations and microbial community in replicated wetland. Ecological Processes 9: 57, doi.org/10.1186/s13717-020-00267-0.

Liu, J.-Z., Ge, Y.-M., Zhou, Y.-F. and Tian, G.-M. 2010. Effects of elevated CO2 on growth and nutrient uptake of Eichhornia crassipe under four different nutrient levels. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 212: 387-394.

Spencer, W. and Bowes, G. 1986. Photosynthesis and growth of water hyacinth under CO2 enrichment. Plant Physiology 82: 528-533.

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