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Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants - Sour Orange Trees)

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Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants: Sour Orange Trees)
Trees (Long-Term Studies: Woody Plants, Sour Orange Trees)


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Seventeen Years of Enriching Sour Orange Trees with CO2

Determining the Growth Response of Trees to Elevated CO2: The Need for Long-Term Experiments

Newly Discovered Soluble Proteins in the Leaves of Sour Orange Trees: Do They Facilitate the Trees' Response to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment?

Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on the Growth and Water Use Efficiencies of Sour Orange and Other Trees

Orange Juice Vitamin C Concentration: How Is It Linked to the Air's CO2 Content?

Updating the World’s Longest Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment Experiment

Ultra-Enhanced Spring Branch Growth in CO2-Enriched Trees

Water-Use Efficiency of North American Trees Over the Past Two Centuries