Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Triticum aestivum L. [Common Wheat]

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Balaguer, L., Barnes, J.D., Panicucci, A. and Borland, A.M. 1995. Production and utilization of assimilates in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves exposed to elevated O3 and/or CO2. New Phytologist 129: 557-568.

Barrett, D.J., Richardson, A.E. and Gifford, R.M. 1998. Elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations increase wheat root phosphate activity when growth is limited by phosphorus. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 25: 87-93.

Batts, G.R., Morison, J.I.L., Ellis, R.H., Hadley, P. and Wheeler, T.R. 1997. Effects of CO2 and temperature on growth and yield of crops of winter wheat over four seasons. European Journal of Agronomy 7: 43-52.

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Bencze, S., Veisz, O. and Bedo, Z. 2004a. Effects of high atmospheric CO2 and heat stress on phytomass, yield and grain quality of winter wheat. Cereal Research Communications 32: 75-82.

Bencze, S., Veisz, O. and Bedo, Z. 2004b. Effects of high atmospheric CO2 on the morphological and heading characteristics of winter wheat. Cereal Research Communications 32: 233-240.

Benlloch-Gonzalez, M., Bochicchio, R., Berger, J., Bramley, H. and Palta, J.A. 2014. High temperature reduces the positive effect of elevated CO2 on wheat root system growth. Field Crops Research 165: 71-78.

Bunce, J.A. 2016. Responses of soybeans and wheat to elevated CO2 in free-air and open top chamber systems. Field Crops Research 186: 78-85.

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Cheng, W. and Johnson, D. 1998. Elevated CO2, rhizosphere processes, and soil organic matter composition. Plant and Soil 202: 167-174.

Christ, R.A. and Korner, C. 1995. Responses of shoot and root gas exchange, leaf blade expansion and biomass production to pulses of elevated CO2 in hydroponic wheat. Journal of Experimental Botany 46: 1661-1667.

Dahal, K., Knowles, V.L., Plaxton, W.C. and Huner, N.P.A. 2014. Enhancement of photosynthetic performance, water use efficiency and grain yield during long-term growth under elevated CO2 in wheat and rye is growth temperature and cultivar dependent. Environmental and Experimental Botany 106: 207-220.

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Dong-Xiu, W., Gen-Xuan, W., Yong-Fei, B., Jian-Xiong, L. and Hong-Xu, R. 2002. Response of growth and water use efficiency of spring wheat to whole season CO2 enrichment and drought. Acta Botanica Sinica 44: 1477-1483.

Donnelly, A., Finnan, J., Jones, M.B. and Burke, J.I. 2005. A note on the effect of elevated concentrations of greenhouse gases on spring wheat yield in Ireland. Irish Journal of Agricultural and Food Research 44: 141-145.

Donnelly, A., Jones, M.B., Burke, J.I. and Schnieders, B. 1999. Does elevated CO2 protect grain yield of wheat from the effects of ozone stress? Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung 54: 802-811.

Du Cloux, H.C., Andre, M., Daguenet, A. and Massimino, J. 1987. Wheat response to CO2 enrichment: Growth and CO2 exchanges at two plant densities. Journal of Experimental Botany 38: 1421-1431.

Fangmeier, A., Gruters, U., Hertstein, U., Sandhage-Hofmann, A., Vermehren, B. and Jager, H.J. 1996. Effcts of elevated CO2, nitrogen supply and tropospheric ozone on spring wheat. I. Growth and yeild. Environmental Pollution 91: 381-390.

Frank, A.B. and Bauer, A. 1996. Temperature, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide effects on spring wheat development and spikelet numbers. Crop Science 36: 659-665.

Gifford, R.M., Lambers, H. and Morison, J.I.L. 1985. Respiration of crop species under CO2 enrichment. Physiologia Plantarum 63: 351-356.

Gordon, D.C., Van Vuuren, M.M.I., Marshall, B. and Robinson, D. 1995. Plant growth chambers for the simultaneous control of soil and air temperatures, and of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. Global Change Biology 1: 455-464.

Gorissen, A. 1996. Elevated CO2 evokes quantitative and qualitative changes in carbon dynamics in a plant/soil system: mechanisms and implications. Plant and Soil 187: 289-298.

Goudriaan, J. and de Ruiter, H.E. 1983. Plant growth in response to CO2 enrichment, at two levels of nitrogen and phosphorus supply: I. Dry matter, leaf area and development. Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science 31: 157-169.

Grant, R.F., Wall, G.W., Kimball, B.A., Frumau, K.F.A., Pinter Jr., P.J., Hunsaker, D.J. and Lamorte, R.L. 1999. Crop water relations under different CO2 and irrigation: testing of ecosys with the free air CO2 enrichment (FACE) experiment. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 95: 27-51.

Gregory, P.J., Palta, J.A. and Batts, G.R. 1997. Root systems and root:mass ratio - carbon allocation under current and projected atmospheric conditions in arable crops. Plant and Soil 187: 221-228.

Grotenhuis, T., Reuveni, J. and Bugbee, B. 1997. Super-optimal CO2 reduces wheat yield in growth chamber and greenhouse environments. Advances in Space Research 20: 1901-1904.

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Hakala, K. 1998. Growth and yield potential of spring wheat in a simulated changed climate with increased CO2 and higher temperature. European Journal of Agronomy 9: 41-52.

Han, X., Hao, X., Lam, S.K., Wang, H., Li, Y., Wheeler, T., Ju, H. and Lin, E. 2015. Yield and nitrogen accumulation and partitioning in winter wheat under elevated CO2: A 3-year free-air CO2 enrichment experiment. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 209: 132-137.

Havelka, U.D., Wittenbach, V.A. and Boyle, M.G. 1984. CO2-enrichment effects on wheat yield and physiology. Crop Science 24: 1163-1168.

Hogy, P., Keck, M., Niehaus, K., Franzaring, J. and Fangmeier, A. 2010. Effects of atmospheric CO2 enrichment on biomass, yield and low molecular weight metabolites in wheat grain. Journal of Cereal Science 52: 215-220.

Hogy, P., Wieser, H., Kohler, P., Schwadorf, K., Breuer, J., Franzaring, J., Muntifering, R. and Fangmeier, A. 2009. Effects of elevated CO2 on grain yield and quality of wheat: results from a 3-year free-air CO2 enrichment experiment. Plant Biology 11 (Suppl. 1): 60-69.

Hogy, P., Zorb, C., Langenkamper, G., Betsche, T. and Fangmeier, A. 2009. Atmospheric CO2 enrichment changes the wheat grain proteome. Journal of Cereal Science 50: 248-254.

Kant, P.C.B., Bhadraray, S., Purakayastha, T.J., Jain, V., Pal, M. and Datta, S.C. 2007. Active carbon-pools in rhizosphere of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration in a Typic Haplustept in sub-tropical India. Environmental Pollution 147: 273-281.

Kartschall, Th., Grossman, S., Pinter Jr., P.J., Garcia, R.L., Kimball, B.A., Wall, G.W., Hunsaker, D.J. and LaMorte R.L. 1995. A simulation of phenology, growth, carbon dioxide exchange and yields under ambient atmosphere and free-air carbon dioxide enrichment (FACE) Maricopa, Arizona, for wheat. Journal of Biogeography 22: 611-622.

Kendall, A.C., Turner, J.C., Thomas, S.M. and Keys, A.J. 1985. Effects of CO2 enrichment at different irradiances on growth and yield of wheat. II. Effects on Kleiber spring wheat treated from anthesis in controlled environments in relation to effects on photosynthesis and photorespiration. Journal of Experimental Botany 36: 261-273.

Kimball, B.A., Morris, C.F., Pinter Jr., P.J., Wall, G.W., Hunsaker, D.J., Adamsen, F.J., LaMorte, R.L., Leavitt, S.W., Thompson, T.L., Matthias, A.D. and Brooks, T.J. 2001. Elevated CO2, drought and soil nitrogen effects on wheat grain quality. New Phytologist 150: 295-303.

Kou, T., Zhu, J., Xie, Z., Hasegawa, T. and Heiduk, K. 2007. Effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on soil and root respiration in winter wheat by using a respiration partitioning chamber. Plant and Soil 299: 237-249.

Lam, S.K., Chen, D., Norton, R. and Armstrong, R. 2012b. Nitrogen demand and the recovery of 15N-labelled fertilizer in wheat grown under elevated carbon dioxide in southern Australia. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 92: 133-144.

Lam, S.K., Chen, D., Norton, R. and Armstrong, R. 2013. The effect of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration on the contribution of residual legume and fertilizer nitrogen to a subsequent wheat crop. Plant and Soil 364: 81-91.

Lam, S.K., Han, X., Lin, E., Norton, R. and Chen, D. 2012a. Does elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration increase wheat nitrogen demand and recovery of nitrogen applied at stem elongation? Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 155: 142-146.

Levine, L.H., Kasahara, H., Kopka, J., Erban, A., Fehrl, I., Kaplan, F., Zhao, W., Littell, R.C., Guy, C., Wheeler, R., Sager, J., Mills, A. and Levine, H.G. 2008. Physiologic and metabolic responses of wheat seedlings to elevated and super-elevated carbon dioxide. Advances in Space Research 42: 1917-1928.

Li, A.-G., Hou, Y.-S., Wall, G.W., Trent, A., Kimball, B.A. and Pinter Jr., P.J. 2000. Free-air CO2 enrichment and drought stress effects on grain filling rate and duration in spring wheat. Crop Science 40: 1263-1270.

Li, F.S. and Kang, S.Z. 2002. Effects of atmospheric CO2 enrichment, applied N and soil moisture on dry matter accumulation and nitrogen uptake in spring wheat. Pedosphere 12: 207-218.

Li, W., Han, X., Zhang, Y. and Li, Z. 2007. Effects of elevated CO2 concentration, irrigation and nitrogenous fertilizer application on the growth and yield of spring wheat in semi-arid areas. Agricultural Water Management 87: 106-114.

Li, X., Jiang, D. and Liu, F. 2016. Soil warming enhances the hidden shift of elemental stoichiometry by elevated CO2 in wheat. Scientific Reports 6: 23313, DOI: 10.1038/srep23313.

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Manderscheid, R. and Weigel, H.J. 1997. Photosynthetic and growth responses of old and modern spring wheat cultivars to atmospheric CO2 enrichment. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 64: 65-73.

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