Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Populus deltoides Bartr. [Eastern Cottonwood]

Barron-Gafford, G., Martens, D., Grieve, K., Biel, K., Kudeyarov, V., Mclain, J.E.T., Lipson, D. and Murthy, R. 2005. Growth of eastern cottonwoods (Populus deltoides) in elevated [CO2] stimulates stand-level respiration and rhizodeposition of carbohydrates, accelerates soil nutrient depletion, yet stimulates above- and belowground biomass production. Global Change Biology 11: 1220-1233.

Kudeyarov, V.N., Biel, K., Blagodatsky, S.A., Semenov, V.M., Dem'yanova, E.G. and Dorodnikov, M.V. 2006. Fertilizing effect of the increasing CO2 concentration in the atmosphere. Eurasian Soil Science 39: S6-S14.

Lewis, J.D., Ward, J.K. and Tissue, D.T. 2010. Phosphorus supply drives nonlinear responses of cottonwood (Populus deltoides) to increases in CO2 concentration from glacial to future concentrations. New Phytologist 187: 438-448.

Rae, A.M., Tricker, P.J., Bunn, S.M. and Taylor, G. 2007. Adaptation of tree growth to elevated CO2: quantitative trait loci for biomass in Populus. New Phytologist 175: 59-69.

Rosentiel, T.N., Potosnak, M.J., Griffin, K.L., Fall, R. and Monson, R.K. 2003. Increased CO2 uncouples growth from isoprene emission in an agriforest ecosystem. Nature advance online publication, 5 January 2003 (doi:10.1038/nature 01312).

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