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


For a more detailed description of this table, click here.

Populus tremuloides Michx. [Quaking Aspen]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
35
 
 
 Arithmetic Mean
58.1%
 
 
 Standard Error
9.3%
 
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Cseke et al. (2009)

Trees grown for seven years at the Aspen FACE site near Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA (clone 216)
16%

 

 

Cseke et al. (2009)

Trees grown for seven years at the Aspen FACE site near Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA (clone 271)
67%

 

 

Curtis et al. (2000)

open top chamber, low nitrogen
27%

 

 

Curtis et al. (2000)

open top chamber, high nitrogen
110%

 

 

Isebrands et al. (2001)

FACE study after 2 years of CO2 enrichment
33%

 

 

Isebrands et al. (2001)

FACE study after 3 years of CO2 enrichment
42%

 

 

Karnosky et al. (2005)

Plants grown from the young seedling stage for three years under natural environmental conditions at the Aspen FACE site near Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA
45%

 

 

King et al. (2001)

Fine root biomass of trees grown for two years in FACE arrays under normal ozone concentration
200%

 

 

King et al. (2001)

Fine root biomass of trees grown for two years in FACE arrays under 1.5 times the normal ozone concentration
99%

 

 

King et al. (2005a)

Trees grown for seven years in the Aspen FACE study near Rhinelander, Wisconsin, USA
38%

 

 

King et al. (2005b)

Root biomass of seedlings grown for 2.5 years in open-bottom root boxes in open-top chambers in low resource soil
0%

 

 

King et al. (2005b)

Root biomass of seedlings grown for 2.5 years in open-bottom root boxes in open-top chambers in high resource soil
114%

 

 

Kruger et al. (1998)

environmental control rooms,non-defoliated
11%

 

 

Kruger et al. (1998)

environmental control rooms, defoliated
14%

 

 

Liu et al. (2005)

Leaf litter biomass from a FACE study of seedlings in their sixth year of CO2 enrichment under ambient O3
47%

 

 

Liu et al. (2005)

Leaf litter biomass from a FACE study of seedlings in their sixth year of CO2 enrichment under elevated (1.5 times ambient) O3
53%

 

 

Liu et al. (2006)

Well watered and fertilized one-year-old seedlings grown for 60 more days in greenhouses
12%

 

 

Mikan et al. (2000)

open top chamber, low nitrogen
23%

 

 

Mikan et al. (2000)

open top chamber, high nitrogen
44%

 

 

Pregitzer et al. (2000)

Cuttings grown in nitrogen-poor soil for 2.5 growing seasons in open-top chambers
15%

 

 

Pregitzer et al. (2000)

Cuttings grown in nitrogen-rich soil for 2.5 growing seasons in open-top chambers
56%

 

 

Pregitzer et al. (2008)

Root biomass of trees growing in the FACTS-II FACE project near Rhinelander, Wisconsin (USA) under ambient (A) ozone concentration -- since May 1998
45%

 

 

Pregitzer et al. (2008)

Root biomass of trees growing in the FACTS-II FACE project near Rhinelander, Wisconsin (USA) under elevated (E = 1.5x A) ozone concentration -- since May 1998
120%

 

 

Tjoelker et al. (1998)

Average results of seedlings grown for three months in controlled environment chambers at day/night temperatures ranging from 21/15 to 30/24°C
107%

 

 

Tupker et al. (2003)

34 vegetatively-propagated clones grown in 12-cm-wide pots in greenhouses for 95 days; leaves
30%

 

 

Tupker et al. (2003)

34 vegetatively-propagated clones grown in 12-cm-wide pots in greenhouses for 95 days; stems
59%

 

 

Tupker et al. (2003)

34 vegetatively-propagated clones grown in 12-cm-wide pots in greenhouses for 95 days; roots
96%

 

 

Volin et al. (1998)

controlled-environment chamber, low ozone
14%

 

 

Volin et al. (1998)

controlled-environment chamber,high ozone
272%

 

 

Wang and Curtis (2001)

open-top chamber, low nitrogen, male
51%

 

 

Wang and Curtis (2001)

open-top chamber, low nitrogen, female
17%

 

 

Wang and Curtis (2001)

open-top chamber, high nitrogen, male
45%

 

 

Wang and Curtis (2001)

open-top chamber, high nitrogen, female
64%

 

 

Zak et al. (2000)

open-top chamber, low nitrogen
14%

 

 

Zak et al. (2000)

open-top chamber, high nitrogen
33%

 

 

Printer Friendly Version