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


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Solanum tuberosum L. [White Potato]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
28
2
 
 Arithmetic Mean
45%
2.5%
 
 Standard Error
6.4%
1.1
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Aien et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the top most fully-expanded leaves of well watered and fertilized plants, cv K. Surya, grown out-of-doors in open-top chambers at New Delhi, India, during the winter
17%

 

 

Aien et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the top most fully-expanded leaves of well watered and fertilized plants, cv K. Chipsona-3, grown out-of-doors in open-top chambers at New Delhi, India, during the winter
39%

 

 

Bunce (2003)

Open-top chambers, two seasons, air at VPD of 0.5 kPa
29%

 

 

Bunce (2003)

Open-top chambers, two seasons, air at VPD of 3.5 kPa
56%

 

 

Conn and Cochran (2006)

Plants grown for one full season under standard field conditions in open-top chambers at Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
46%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Photosynthesis of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 20% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
25%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Photosynthesis of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 0% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
90%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Photosynthesis of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at well-watered (control) conditions
20%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Photosynthesis of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 80% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
15%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

PPhotosynthesis of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 60% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
15%

 

 

Fleisher et al. (2008)

Photosynthesis of plants growing in soil-plant-atmosphere research (SPAR) chambers in a 75/25 mix of coarse sand and vermiculite at progressively water-stressed conditions (replacement of 40% of daily water uptake by plants in the control chamber)
15%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Royal cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
92%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Senna cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
38%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Folva cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
96%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Ballerina cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
54%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Mette cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
28%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Sava cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
68%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Fakse cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
8%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Odin cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
164%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Oleva cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
35%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Tivoli cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
69%

 

 

Kaminski et al. (2014)

Photosynthesis of the primary shoots (the others were removed) of Polaris cultivar of pre-sprouted potato tubers planted in pots containing equal amounts (3.3 kg) of blonde sphagnum peat with granulated clay of medium fertility that were maintained in climate-controlled chambers maintained at either 380 or 700 ppm CO2 at a daytime temperature of 20C
55%

 

 

Katny et al. (2005)

Well watered and fertilized new sprouts grown for 5 weeks in 15-l pots out-of-doors in open-top chambers; (young leaf)
14%

 

 

Katny et al. (2005)

Well watered and fertilized new sprouts grown for 5 weeks in 15-l pots out-of-doors in open-top chambers; (middle-aged leaf)
21%

 

 

Katny et al. (2005)

Well watered and fertilized new sprouts grown for 5 weeks in 15-l pots out-of-doors in open-top chambers; (old leaf)
54%

 

 

Kauder et al. (2000)

chambers, wild-type plant
 

4%

 

Kauder et al. (2000)

chambers, TPT 1 transgenic plant
 

1%

 

Olivo et al. (2002)

open-top chambers in a greenhouse
44%

 

 

Pospisilova et al. (1988)

pots
12%

 

 

Sicher and Bunce (1999)

open-top chambers
42%

 

 

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