Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Lycopersicon esculentum P. Mill. [Garden Tomato]

Behboudian, M.H. and Lai, R. 1995. Partitioning of photoassimilates in 'Virosa' tomatoes under elevated CO2 concentration. Journal of Plant Physiology 147: 43-47.

Besford, R.T. 1993. Photosynthetic Acclimation in Tomato Plants Grown in High CO2. Vegetatio 104/105: 441-448.

Hartz, T.K., Baameur, A. and Holt, D.B. 1991. Carbon dioxide enrichment of high-value crops under tunnel culture. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 116: 970-973.

Hao, X., Hale, B.A., Ormrod, D.P. and Papadopoulos, A.P. 2000. Effects of pre-exposure to ultraviolet-B radiation on responses of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum cv. New Yorker) to ozone in ambient and elevated carbon dioxide. Environmental Pollution 110: 217-224.

Huang, L., Ren, Q., Sun, Y., Ye, L., Cao, H. and Ge, F. 2012. Lower incidence and severity of tomato virus in elevated CO2 is accompanied by modulated plant induced defense in tomato. Plant Biology 14: 905-913.

Islam, M.S., Matsui, T. and Yoshida, Y. 1996. Effect of carbon dioxide enrichment on physico-chemical and enzymatic changes in tomato fruits at various stages of maturity. Scientia Horticulture 65: 137-149.

Jin, C.W., Du, S.T., Chen, W.W., Li, G.X., Zhang, Y.S. and Zheng, S.J. 2009. Elevated carbon dioxide improves plant iron nutrition through enhancing the iron-deficiency-induced responses under iron-limited conditions in tomato. Plant Physiology 150: 272-280.

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.

Jwa, N.-S. and Walling, L.L. 2001. Influence of elevated CO2 concentration on disease development in tomato. New Phytologist 149: 509-518.

Khavari-Nejad, R.A. 1996. Growth of tomato plants under carbon dioxide enrichment. Photosynthetica 32: 471-474.

Klapwijk, D., and Wubben, C.F.M. 1984. The effect of carbon dioxide on growth of young tomato, cucumber and sweet pepper plants. Acta Horticulturae 162: 249-254.

Laporte, M.M., Galagan, J.A., Shapiro, J.A., Boersig, M.R., Shewmaker, C.K. and Sharkey, T.D. 1997. Sucrose-phosphate synthase activity and yield analysis of tomato plants transformed with maize sucrose-phosphate synthase. Planta 203: 253-259.

Li, J.-H., Sagi, M., Gale, J., Volokita, M. and Novoplansky, A. 1999. Response of tomato plants to saline water as affected by carbon dioxide supplementation. I. Growth, yield and fruit quality. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology 74: 232-237.

Li, J., Zhou, J.-m. and Duan, Z.-q. 2007a. Effects of elevated CO2 concentration on growth and water usage of tomato seedlings under different ammonium/nitrate ratios. Journal of Environmental Sciences 19: 1100-1107.

Li, J., Zhou, J.-M., Duan, Z.-Q., Du, C.-W. and Wang, H.-Y. 2007b. Effect of CO2 enrichment on the growth and nutrient uptake of tomato seedlings. Pedosphere 17: 343-351.

Mamatha, H., Rao, N.K.S., Laxman, R.H., Shivashankara, K.S., Bhatt, R.M. and Pavithra, K.C. 2014. Impact of elevated CO2 on growth, physiology, yield, and quality of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) cv. Arka Ashis. Photosynthetica 52: 519-528.

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. 1985a. Nitrogen oxides produced during CO2 enrichment. I. Effects on different greenhouse plants. New Phytologist 101: 103-108.

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

Mortensen, L.M. 1986. Nitrogen oxides produced during CO2 enrichment. III. Effects on tomato at different photon flux densities. New Phytologist 104: 653-660.

Mortensen, L.M. 1992. Effects of ozone concentration on growth of tomato at various light, air humidity and carbon dioxide levels. Scientia Horticulturae 49: 17-24.

Olszyk, D.M. and Wise, C. 1997. Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and O3 on rice and flacca tomato. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 66: 1-10.

Paez, A., Hellmers, H. and Strain, B.R. 1984. Carbon dioxide enrichment and water stress interaction on growth of two tomato cultivars. Journal of Agricultural Science 102: 687-693.

Peet, M.M. and Willits, D.H. 1984. Source/sink factors affecting response of greenhouse tomatoes to CO2 enrichment. Acta Horticulturae 162: 121-128.

Slack, G., Fenlon, J.S. and Hand, D.W. 1988. The effects of summer CO2 enrichment and ventilation temperatures on the yield, quality and value of glasshouse tomatoes. Journal of Horticultural Science 63: 119-129.

Sun, Y., Cao, H., Yin, J., Kang, L. and Ge, F. 2010. Elevated CO2 changes the interactions between nematode and tomato genotypes differing in the JA pathway. Plant, Cell and Environment 33: 729-739.

Tripp, K.E., Peet, M.M., Pharr, D.M., Willits, D.H. and Nelson, P.V. 1991. CO2-enhanced yield and foliar deformation among tomato genotypes in elevated CO2 environments. Plant Physiology 96: 713-719.

Valerio, M., Tomecek, M.B., Lovelli, S. and Ziska, L.H. 2011. Quantifying the effect of drought on carbon dioxide-induced changes in competition between a C3 crop (tomato) and a C4 weed (Amaranthus retroflexus). Weed Research 51: 591-600.

Valerio, M., Tomecek, M., Lovelli, S. and Ziska, L. 2013. Assessing the impact of increasing carbon dioxide and temperature on crop-weed interactions for tomato and a C3 and C4 weed species. European Journal of Agronomy 50: 60-65.

von Wiren, N., Lauter, F.-R., Ninnemann, O., Gillissen, B., Walch-Liu, P., Engels, C., Jost, W. and Frommer, W.B. 2000. Differential regulation of three functional ammonium transporter genes by nitrogen in root hairs and by light in leaves of tomato. The Plant Journal 21: 167-175.

Wang, Y., Du, S.-T., Li, L.-L., Huang, L.-D., Fang, P., Lin, X.-Y., Zhang, Y.-S. and Wang, H.-L. 2009. Effect of CO2 elevation on root growth and its relationship with indole acetic acid and ethylene in tomato seedlings. Pedosphere 19: 570-576.

Willits, D.H. and Peet, M.M. 1989. Predicting yield responses to different greenhouse CO2 enrichment schemes: Cucumbers and tomatoes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 44: 275-293.

Yelle, S., Gossilin, A. and Trudel, M.-J. 1987. Effect of atmospheric CO2 concentration and root-zone temperature on growth, mineral nutrition and nitrate reductase activity of greenhouse tomato. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 112: 1036-1040.

Yelle, S., Beeson, R.C., Jr., Trudel, M.-J. and Gosselin, A. 1990. Duration of CO2 enrichment influences growth, yield, and gas exchange of two tomato species. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 115: 52-57.

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