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


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Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull [Heather]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
20
 
 
 Arithmetic Mean
114.5%
 
 
 Standard Error
48.5%
 
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark during the month of May
88%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark during the month of June
96%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark during the month of July
61%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark during the month of August
119%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark during the month of September
92%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark during the month of October
30%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with rainout shelters used to induce drought, during the month of May
154%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with rainout shelters used to induce drought, during the month of June
186%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with rainout shelters used to induce drought, during the month of July
134%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with rainout shelters used to induce drought, during the month of August
752%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with rainout shelters used to induce drought, during the month of September
-464%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with rainout shelters used to induce drought, during the month of October
25%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with curtains covering half of each plot during the night that increased night air temperature by 1.4C, during the month of May
43%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with curtains covering half of each plot during the night that increased night air temperature by 1.4C, during the month of June
179%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with curtains covering half of each plot during the night that increased night air temperature by 1.4C, during the month of July
99%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with curtains covering half of each plot during the night that increased night air temperature by 1.4C, during the month of August
32%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with curtains covering half of each plot during the night that increased night air temperature by 1.4C, during the month of September
68%

 

 

Albert et al. (2011)

Photosynthesis of plants in a FACE study growing under normal weather conditions within a dry heathland ecosystem on sandy soil in North Zealand, Denmark, with curtains covering half of each plot during the night that increased night air temperature by 1.4°C, during the month of October
497%

 

 

Kerslake et al. (1998)

open-top chambers, unfertilized
38%

 

 

Kerslake et al. (1998)

open-top chambers, fertilized
61%

 

 

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