Percent Photosynthesis (Net CO2 Exchange Rate) Increases for
300, 600 and 900 ppm Increases in the Air's CO2 Concentration:


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Arabidopsis thaliana [Thale or Mouse Ear Cress]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
10
2
 
 Arithmetic Mean
54.4%
163%
 
 Standard Error
15.4%
46.7
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Beckmann et al. (1997)

Plexiglas chamber, wild-type
 

97%

 

Beckmannet al. (1997)

Plexiglas chamber, stm mutant
 

229%

 

Jauregui et al. (2015)

Plants grown hydroponically for 15 days and then transferred to other hydroponic containers filled with modified Rigaud and Puppo’s solution, where the nitrogen source (NH4NO3) was replaced every 3-4 days for a period of five more weeks
38%

 

 

Li et al. (2008)

Photosynthesis of fully-expanded leaves of one-month-old plants (Col-0 ecotype) that had been exposed to elevated CO2 for five days in the SoyFACE facility
132%

 

 

Li et al. (2008)

Photosynthesis of fully-expanded leaves of one-month-old plants (Cvi-0 ecotype) that had been exposed to elevated CO2 for five days in the SoyFACE facility
148%

 

 

Teng et al. (2009)

Photosynthesis of fully-expanded leaves of plants grown from seed to the beginning of bolting in controlled-environment chambers, after which the plants were maintained to maturity and more plants were grown from the seeds produced in that growth cycle, and etc., until fifteen generations had been successfully grown and their leaves mean photosynthetic rates determined
16%

 

 

Tocquin et al. (2006)

Photosynthesis at 4 weeks of plants grown hydroponically from seed for 6 weeks in phytotronic cabinets at a low root-solution nitrogen (N) concentration (1/16 N)
-7%

 

 

Tocquin et al. (2006)

Photosynthesis at 4 weeks of plants grown hydroponically from seed for 6 weeks in phytotronic cabinets at a medium root-solution nitrogen (N) concentration (1 N = 3.5 mM NO3-, considered optimum)
73%

 

 

Tocquin et al. (2006)

Photosynthesis at 4 weeks of plants grown hydroponically from seed for 6 weeks in phytotronic cabinets at a high root-solution nitrogen (N) concentration (6 N)
38%

 

 

Tocquin et al. (2006)

Photosynthesis of plants grown hydroponically from seed for 6 weeks in phytotronic cabinets at a low root-solution nitrogen (N) concentration (1/16 N)
5%

 

 

Tocquin et al. (2006)

Photosynthesis of plants grown hydroponically from seed for 6 weeks in phytotronic cabinets at a medium root-solution nitrogen (N) concentration (1 N = 3.5 mM NO3-, considered optimum)
38%

 

 

Tocquin et al. (2006)

Photosynthesis of plants grown hydroponically from seed for 6 weeks in phytotronic cabinets at a high root-solution nitrogen (N) concentration (6 N)
63%

 

 

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