Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Nicotiana tabacum L. [Cultivated Tobacco]


Fu, X., Ye, L., Kang, L.E. and Ge, F. 2010. Elevated CO2 shifts the focus of tobacco plant defenses from cucumber mosaic virus to the green peach aphid. Plant, Cell and Environment 33: 2056-2064.

Geiger, M., Walch-Liu, P., Engels, C., Harnecker, J., Schulze, E.-D., Ludewig, F., Sonnewald, U., Scheible, W.-R. and Stitt, M. 1998. Enhanced carbon dioxide leads to a modified diurnal rhythm of nitrate reductase activity in older plants, and a large stimulation of nitrate reductase activity and higher levels of amino acids in young tobacco plants. Plant, Cell and Environment 21: 253-268.

Mousseau, M. 1986. CO2 enrichment in vitro. Effect on autotrophic and heterotrophic cultures of Nicotiana tabacum (var. Samsun). Photosynthesis Research 8: 187-191.

Rosenthal, D.M., Locke, A.M., Khozaei, M., Raines, C.A., Long, S.P. and Ort, D.R. 2011. Over-expressing the C3 photosynthesis cycle enzyme Sedoheptulose-1-7 Bisphosphatase improves photosynthetic carbon gain and yield under fully open air CO2 fumigation (FACE). BMC Plant Biology 11: 123.

Ruiz-Vera, U.M., De Souza, A.P., Long, S.P. and Ort, D.R. 2017. The role of sink strength and nitrogen availability in the down-regulation of photosynthetic capacity in field-grown Nicotiana tabacum L. at elevated CO2 concentration. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: Article 998.

Schadler, M., Roeder, M., Brandl, R. and Matthies, D. 2007. Interacting effects of elevated CO2, nutrient availability and plant species on a generalist invertebrate herbivore. Global Change Biology 13: 1005-1015.

Schaz, U., Dull, B., Reinbothe, C. and Beck, E. 2014. Influence of root-bed size on the response of tobacco to elevated CO2 as mediated by cytokinins. AoB PLANTS 6: 10.1093/aobpla/plu010.

Ye, L., Fu, X. and Ge, F. 2010. Elevated CO2 alleviates damage from Potato virus Y infection in tobacco plants. Plant Science 179: 219-224.

Ziska, L.H., Emche, S.D., Johnson, E.L., George, K., Reed, D.R. and Sicher, R.C. 2005. Alterations in the production and concentration of selected alkaloids as a function of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide and air temperature: implications for ethno-pharmacology. Global Change Biology 11: 1798-1807.


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