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Grasslands (Biomass: Individual Species)

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Grasslands (Biomass: Individual Species)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- The Interactive Effects of Elevated CO2 and Drought on Plant Biomass, Nutrient Content and Nutrient Concentration of a Herbaceous Grass

* -- The Responses of Three C3 Grasses to Elevated CO2 While Competing for Light

* -- Air and Soil Fertility Affect Regrowth of Forage Plants

* -- Model Simulations of CO2-Induced Growth Responses in N-Poor and N-Rich Grasslands

* -- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: Do They Alter the Growth Response of Lolium perenne to Elevated CO2?

* -- Elevated CO2 Preferentially Stimulates Root Growth in Perennial Ryegrass Under FACE Field Conditions

* -- Biomass Responses of Meadow Fescue to Elevated CO2 and Temperature

* -- Elevated CO2 and Temperature Increase Dry Matter Production in Two Grassland Species

* -- Elevated CO2 Aids C4 Grass Growth Under Conditions of Water Stress

* -- Transgenerational Effects of Elevated CO2 on Bromus erectus Seeds and Seedlings

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Grass-Legume Ecosystems

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Five Pasture Species

Long-term Response of Swiss Grasslands to Elevated CO2

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Nitrogen on Panicum Grass Species

Elevated CO2 Reduces Root Decomposition Rates, Even at High Temperatures

Response of Tall Fescue and its Associated Aphid Populations to Elevated CO2

Elevated CO2 Stimulates Cell Division in Dactylis glomerata

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Grass Root Decomposition

Genotypic Responses of a Perennial Grass to Elevated CO2 and Temperature

Responses of Wild C4 and C3 Grass Species to Elevated CO2

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Below-Ground Carbon Allocation in Three Grasses

Exudate Utilization Under Elevated CO2