Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Pinus taeda L. [Loblolly Pine]

Allen, A.S., Andrews, J.A., Finzi, A.C., Matamala, R., Richter, D.D. and Schlesinger, W.H. 2000. Effects of free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) on belowground processes in a Pinus taeda forest. Ecological Applications 10: 437-448.

BassiriRad, H., Griffin, K.L., Reynolds, J.F., Strain, B.R. 1997. Changes in root NH4+ and NO3- absorption rates of loblolly and ponderosa pine in response to CO2 enrichment. Plant and Soil 190: 1-9.

DeLucia, E.H., Hamilton, J.G., Naidu, S.L., Thomas, R.B., Andrews, J.A., Finzi, A., Lavine, M., Matamala, R., Mohan, J.E., Hendrey, G.R. and Schlesinger, W.H. 1999. Net primary production of a forest ecosystem with experimental CO2 enrichment. Science 284: 1177-1179.

Finzi, A.C., DeLucia, E.H., Hamilton, J.G., Richter, D.D. and Schlesinger, W.H. 2002. The nitrogen budget of a pine forest under free air CO2 enrichment. Oecologia 132: 567-578.

Finzi, A.C., DeLucia, E.H. and Schlesinger, W.H. 2004. Canopy N and P dynamics of a southeastern US pine forest under elevated CO2. Biogeochemistry 69: 363-378.

Gavazzi, M., Seiler, J., Aust, W. and Zedaker, S. 2000. The influence of elevated carbon dioxide and water availability on herbaceous weed development and growth of transplanted loblolly pine (Pinus taeda). Environmental and Experimental Botany 44: 185-194.

Gebauer, R.L.E., Reynolds, J.F. and Strain, B.R. 1996. Allometric relations and growth in Pinus taeda: the effect of elevated CO2 and changing N availability. New Phytologist 134: 85-93.

Griffin, K.L., Thomas, R.B. and Strain, B.R. 1993. Effects of nitrogen supply and elevated carbon dioxide on construction cost in leaves of Pinus taeda (L.) seedlings. Oecologia 95: 575-580.

Griffin, K.L., Winner, W.E. and Strain, B.R. 1995. Growth and dry matter partitioning in loblolly and ponderosa pine seedlings in response to carbon and nitrogen availability. New Phytologist 129: 547-556.

Griffin, K.L., Winner, W.E. and Strain, B.R. 1996. Construction cost of loblolly and ponderosa pine leaves grown with varying carbon and nitrogen availability. Plant, Cell and Environment 19: 729-738.

Griffin, K.L., Bashkin, M.A., Thomas, R.B. and Strain, B.R. 1997. Interactive effects of soil nitrogen and atmospheric carbon dioxide on root/rhizosphere carbon dioxide efflux from loblolly and ponderosa pine seedlings. Plant and Soil 190: 11-18.

Groninger, J.W., Seiler, J.R., Zedaker, S.M. and Berrang, P.C. 1996. Effects of CO2 concentration and water availability on growth and gas exchange in greenhouse-grown miniature stands of Loblolly Pine and Red Maple. Functional Ecology 10: 708-716.

Hussain, M., Kubiske, M.E. and Connor, K.F. 2001. Germination of CO2-enriched Pinus taeda L. seeds and subsequent seedling growth responses to CO2 enrichment. Functional Ecology 15: 344-350.

Johnson, D.W., Thomas, R.B., Griffin, K.L., Tissue, D.T., Ball, J.T., Strain, B.R. and Walker, R.F. 1998. Plant and environment interactions. Journal of Environmental Quality 27: 414-425.

King, J.S., Thomas, R.B. and Strain, B.R. 1996. Growth and carbon accumulation in root systems of Pinus taeda and Pinus ponderosa seedlings as affected by varying CO2, temperature, and nitrogen. Tree Physiology 16: 635-642.

King, J.S., Thomas, R.B. and Strain, B.R. 1997. Morphology and tissue quality of seedling root systems of Pinus taeda and Pinus ponderosa as affected by varying CO2, temperature, and nitrogen. Plant and Soil 195: 107-119.

LaDeau, S.L. and Clark, J.S. 2001. Rising CO2 levels and the fecundity of forest trees. Science 292: 95-98.

Lewis, J.D., Thomas, R.B. and Strain, B.R. 1994. Effects of elevated CO2 on mycorrhizal colonization of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seedlings. Plant and Soil 165: 81-88.

Lewis, J.D. and Strain, B.R. 1996. The role of mycorrhizas in the response of Pinus taeda seedlings to elevated CO2. New Phytologist 133: 431-443.

Moore, D.J.P., Aref, S., Ho, R.M., Pippen, J.S., Hamilton, J.G. and De Lucia, E.H. 2006. Annual basal area increment and growth duration of Pinus taeda in response to eight years of free-air carbon dioxide enrichment. Global Change Biology 12: 1367-1377.

Naidu, S.L. and Delucia, E.H. 1999. First-year growth response of trees in an intact forest exposed to elevated CO2. Global Change Biology 5: 609-613.

Pritchard, S.G., Rogers, H.H., Davis, M.A., Van Santen, E., Prior, S.A. and Schlesinger, W.H. 2001. The influence of elevated atmospheric CO2 on fine root dynamics in an intact temperate forest. Global Change Biology 7: 829-837.

Pritchard, S.G., Strand, A.E., McCormack, M.L., Davis, M.A., Finzi, A.C., Jackson, R.B., Matamala, R., Rogers, H.H. and Oren, R. 2008. Fine root dynamics in a loblolly pine forest are influenced by free-air-CO2-enrichment: a six-year-minirhizotron study. Global Change Biology 14: 588-602.

Tissue, D.T., Thomas, R.B. and Strain, B.R. 1997. Atmospheric CO2 enrichment increases growth and photosynthesis of Pinus taeda: a 4-year experiment in the field. Plant, Cell and Environment 20: 1123-1134.

Wertin, T.M., McGuire, M.A. and Teskey, R.O. 2012. Effects of predicted future and current atmospheric temperature and [CO2] and high and low soil moisture on gas exchange and growth of Pinus taeda seedlings at cool and warm sites in the species range. Tree Physiology 32: 847-858.

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