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Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants - Pine Trees: Scots)

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Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants - Pine Trees: Scots)
Trees (Long-Term Studies - Woody Plants: Pine Trees, Scots)


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Water Use Efficiencies of Northern European Trees: How Have They Responded to the Historical Rise in the Air's CO2 Content

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Needle Characteristics of Young Scots Pine Trees

Long-Term Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment Reduces Dark Respiration in Scots Pine

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Needle Characteristics and Chlorophyll Fluorescence in Young Scots Pine Trees

Elevated CO2 Stimulates Photosynthesis in Young Scots Pine Trees

Elevated CO2 Stimulates Growth in Young Scots Pine