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


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Eucalyptus saligna [Sidney Blue Gum]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
8
 
 
 Arithmetic Mean
42.3%
 
 
 Standard Error
9.8%
 
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Barton et al. (2012)

Photosynthesis of young fully-expanded leaves of seedlings grown for two years within whole-tree chambers maintained out-of-doors near Richmond, Sydney, Australia that were set to track outside air temperature and humidity, measured at a vapor pressure deficit (D) condition of D = 0.5 kPa
13%

 

 

Barton et al. (2012)

Photosynthesis of young fully-expanded leaves of seedlings grown for two years within whole-tree chambers maintained out-of-doors near Richmond, Sydney, Australia that were set to track outside air temperature and humidity, measured at a vapor pressure deficit (D) condition of D = 4.5 kPa
54%

 

 

Ghannoum et al. (2010a)

Photosynthesis of fully-expanded leaves of well watered and fertilized seedlings grown in pots for 110 days after planting within temperature-controlled glasshouse compartments maintained at ambient temperature (T)
36%

 

 

Ghannoum et al. (2010a)

Photosynthesis of fully-expanded leaves of well watered and fertilized seedlings grown in pots for 110 days after planting within temperature-controlled glasshouse compartments maintained at elevated (ambient + 4C) temperature (T)
4%

 

 

Ghannoum et al. (2010b)

Photosynthesis of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed individually in 10-L pots filled with 9 kg of loamy-sand in naturally-lit glasshouse compartments maintained at ambient air temperature (T) and measured at 140 days after planting
90%

 

 

Ghannoum et al. (2010b)

Photosynthesis of well watered and fertilized plants grown from seed individually in 10-L pots filled with 9 kg of loamy-sand in naturally-lit glasshouse compartments maintained at ambient + 4C air temperature (T) and measured at 140 days after planting
76%

 

 

Logan et al. (2010)

Photosynthesis of well watered and fertilized seedlings grown from November to January in pots placed within controlled-environment sunlit glasshouses maintained at 30-year-average ambient day and night temperatures (T) characteristic of Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
37%

 

 

Logan et al. (2010)

Photosynthesis of well watered and fertilized seedlings grown from November to January in pots placed within controlled-environment sunlit glasshouses maintained at 4C higher day and night temperatures than those characteristic of Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
28%

 

 

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