Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Lactuca sativa [Garden Lettuce]


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Kitaya, Y., Niu, G., Kozai, T. and Ohashi, M. 1998. Photosynthetic photon flux, photoperiod, and CO2 concentration affect growth and morphology of lettuce plug transplants. HortScience 33: 988-991.

Knight, S.L. and Mitchell, C.A. 1988. Effects of CO2 and photosynthetic photon flux on yield, gas exchange and growth rate of Lactuca sativa 'Waldmann's Green.' Journal of Experimental Botany 39: 317-328.

Mortensen, L.M. 1984. The effect of nitrogen oxides (NOx) during CO2 enrichment on some greenhouse plants. Acta Horticulturae 162: 285-287.

Mortensen, L.M. 1985. Nitrogen oxides produced during CO2 enrichment. II. Effects on different tomato and lettuce cultivars. New Phytologist 101: 411-415.

Pérez-López, U., Miranda-Apodaca, J., Muñoz-Rueda, A. and Mena-Petite, A. 2013. Lettuce production and antioxidant capacity are differentially modified by salt stress and light intensity under ambient and elevated CO2. Journal of Plant Physiology 170: 1517-1525.

Sgherri, C., Pérez-López, U., Micaelli, F., Miranda-Apodaca, J., Mena-Petite, A., Muñoz-Rueda, A. and Quartacci, M.F. 2017. Elevated CO2 and salinity are responsible for phenolics-enrichment in two differently pigmented lettuces. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 115: 269-278.


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