Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Solanum Lycopersicum [Tomato]

Adamowicz, S. and Le Bot, J. 2008. Altering young tomato plant growth by nitrate and CO2 preserves the proportionate relation linking long-term organic-nitrogen accumulation to intercepted radiation. New Phytologist 180: 663-672.

Brito, F.A.L., Pimenat, T.M., Henschel, J.M., Martins, S.C.V., Zsögön, A. and Ribeiro, D.M. 2020. Elevated CO2 improves assimilation rate and growth of tomato plants under progressively higher soil salinity by decreasing abscisic acid and ethylene levels. Environmental and Experimental Botany 176: 104050, doi:10.1016/j.envexpbot.2020.104050.

Karim, M.F., Hao, P., Nordin, N.H.B., Qui, C., Zeeshan, M., Khan, A.A., Wu, F. and Shamsi, I.H. 2020. CO2 enrichment using CRAM fermentation improves growth, physiological traits and yield of cherry tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.). Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences 27: 1041-1048.

Pazzagli, P.T., Weiner, J. and Liu, F. 2016. Effects of CO2 elevation and irrigation regimes on leaf gas exchange, plant water relations, and water use efficiency of two tomato cultivars. Agricultural Water Management 169: 26-33.

Takagi, M., El-Shemy, H.A., Sasaki, S., Toyama, S., Kanai, S., Saneoka, H. and Fujita, K. 2008. Elevated CO2 concentration alleviates salinity stress in tomato plant. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B - Soil and Plant Science: 10.1080/09064710801932425.

Zhang, Y., Yao, Q., Shi, Y., Li, X., Hou, L., Xing, G. and Ahammed, J. 2020. Elevated CO2 improves antioxidant capacity, ion homeostasis, and polyamine metabolism in tomato seedlings under Ca(NO3)2-induced salt stress. Scientia Horticulturae 273: 109644, doi.org/10.1016/j.scienta.2020.109644.

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