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


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Solanum Lycopersicum [Tomato]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
4
2
 
 Arithmetic Mean
86%
53.5%
 
 Standard Error
35.3%
23.7
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Adamowicz and Le Bot (2008)

Plants grown hydroponically in a glasshouse for 28 days at different NO3- concentrations (3 mol m-3)
185%

 

 

Adamowicz and Le Bot (2008)

Plants grown hydroponically in a glasshouse for 28 days at different NO3- concentrations (15 mol m-3)
120%

 

 

Pazzagli et al. (2016)

Total dry weight of a drought tolerant cultivar (ST 22) grown in a controlled greenhouse environment at the experimental farm of University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Averaged from three different irrigation regimes (full irrigation, deficit irrigation and partial root-zone drying); cv ST 22
13%

 

 

Pazzagli et al. (2016)

Total dry weight of a heat tolerant cultivar (ST 52) grown in a controlled greenhouse environment at the experimental farm of University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Averaged from three different irrigation regimes (full irrigation, deficit irrigation and partial root-zone drying); cv ST 52
26%

 

 

Takagi et al. (2008)

Well watered and fertilized seedlings grown for two weeks at an irrigation-water salinity level of 0 mM NaCl in 3-L pots inside a growth chamber
 

20%

 

Takagi et al. (2008)

Well watered and fertilized seedlings grown for two weeks at an irrigation-water salinity level of 100 mM NaCl in 3-L pots inside a growth chamber
 

87%

 

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