Photosynthesis (Net CO2 Exchange Rate) References
Quercus mongolica [Mongolian Oak]

Hyun-Kyung, O. and Choung, Y. 2005. Does elevated CO2 affect the physiology and growth of Quercus mongolica under different nitrogen conditions? Key Engineering Materials 277-279: 528-535.

Lei, T.T. and Koike, T. 2005. Photosynthetic acclimation of birch, maple, and oak seedlings to elevated CO2 and the mediating effect of low growth irradiance. Phyton 45: 145-152.

Sun, J., Dai, W., Peng, B., Liu, J., He, T., Jiang, P., Han, S. and Bai, E. 2018. Does the accelerated soil N cycling sustain N demand of Quercus mongolica after decade-long elevated CO2 treatment? Biogeochemistry 139: 197-213.

Watanabe, Y., Tobita, H., Kitao, M., Maruyama, Y., Choi, D., Sasa, K., Funada, R. and Koike, T. 2008. Effects of elevated CO2 and nitrogen on wood structure related to water transport in seedlings of two deciduous broad-leaved tree species. Trees 22: 403-411.

Zhou, Y., Li, M.-H., Cheng, X.-B., Wang, C.-G., Fan, A-N., Shi, L.-X., Wang, X.-X. and Han, S. 2010. Soil respiration in relation to photosynthesis of Quercus mongolica trees at elevated CO2. PLoS ONE 5: e15134.

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