Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Robinia pseudoacacia L. [Black Locust]

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Mohan, J.E., Clark, J.S. and Schlesinger, W.H. 2007. Long-term CO2 enrichment of a forest ecosystem: Implications for forest regeneration and succession. Ecological Applications 17: 1198-1212.

Olesniewicz, K.S. and Thomas, R.B. 1999. Effects of mycorrhizal colonization on biomass production and nitrogen fixation of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) seedlings grown under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide. New Phytologist 142: 133-140.

Uselman, S.M., Qualls, R.G. and Thomas, R.B. 2000. Effects of increased atmospheric CO2, temperature, and soil N availability on root exudation of dissolved organic carbon by a N-fixing tree (Robinia pseudoacacia L.). Plant and Soil 222: 191-202.

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