Percent Dry Weight (Biomass) Increases for
300, 600 and 900 ppm Increases in the Air's CO2 Concentration:


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Populus euramericana (Dode) Guinier [Robusta Poplar]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
18
 
 
 Arithmetic Mean
110.3%
 
 
 Standard Error
37.6%
 
 

Individual Experiement Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Bosac et al. (1995)

controlled environment chambers
53%

 

 

Calfapietra et al. (2003)

Seedlings grown for three years in FACE plots.  Biomass estimated at the end of year one by stem volume index = (basal diameter)2 x height
125%

 

 

Calfapietra et al. (2003)

Seedlings grown for three years in FACE plots.  Biomass estimated at the end of year two by stem volume index = (basal diameter)2 x height
43%

 

 

Calfapietra et al. (2003)

Seedlings grown for three years in FACE plots.  Biomass estimated at the end of year three by stem volume index = (basal diameter)2 x height
31%

 

 

Curtis et al. (1995)

open-top chambers, low soil fertility
21%

 

 

Curtis et al. (1995)

open-top chambers, high soil fertility
42%

 

 

Gielen et al. (2005)

Second year, whole plant biomass of drip-irrigated seedlings in FACE study in central Italy
59%

 

 

Gielen et al. (2005)

Third year, whole plant biomass of drip-irrigated seedlings in FACE study in central Italy
35%

 

 

Lagomarsino et al. (2009)

Fine roots (less than 2 mm in diameter) at the POP-EuroFACE facility (Central Italy) during February in the 0-5 cm soil mineral layer after six years of tree growth, without extra nitrogen (N) applied to the soil
425%

 

 

Lagomarsino et al. (2009)

Fine roots (less than 2 mm in diameter) at the POP-EuroFACE facility (Central Italy) during February in the 0-5 cm soil mineral layer after six years of tree growth, with extra nitrogen (N) applied to the soil
157%

 

 

Lagomarsino et al. (2009)

Fine roots (less than 2 mm in diameter) at the POP-EuroFACE facility (Central Italy) during May in the 0-5 cm soil mineral layer after six years of tree growth, without extra nitrogen (N) applied to the soil
621%

 

 

Lagomarsino et al. (2009)

Fine roots (less than 2 mm in diameter) at the POP-EuroFACE facility (Central Italy) during May in the 0-5 cm soil mineral layer after six years of tree growth, with extra nitrogen (N) applied to the soil
222%

 

 

Liberloo et al. (2005)

FACE study of unfertilized plants in a short-rotation coppice culture two growing seasons after coppicing
13%

 

 

Liberloo et al. (2005)

FACE study of fertilized plants in a short-rotation coppice culture two growing seasons after coppicing
-3%

 

 

Liberloo et al. (2006)

Aboveground biomass of the regrowth of well watered and fertilized trees in a FACE study over three years after coppicing following three prior years growth under the same conditions except for no added fertilizers in the earlier 3-year period
27%

 

 

Liberloo et al. (2006)

Belowground biomass of the regrowth of well watered and fertilized trees in a FACE study over three years after coppicing following three prior years growth under the same conditions except for no added fertilizers in the earlier 3-year period
80%

 

 

Liberloo et al. (2004)

New shoots of trees after one year's growth following coppice in a FACE study
16%

 

 

Wang et al. (2012)

Adequately watered hardwood cuttings grown for 40 days in pots filled with Cd-contaminated soil and placed in open-top chambers
19%

 

 

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