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Terrestrial Plant Growth Response to Very High CO2 Concentrations

Material in this section originates from the following categories in our Subject Index:

Carbon Dioxide (Very High Concentrations: Terrestrial Plants)
Growth Response to Very High CO2 Concentrations (Terrestrial Plants)

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.


* -- Growing Wheat in the CO2-Enriched Air of a Space-Flight Vehicle

* -- Yields and Antioxidants of Cabbage and Lettuce in CO2-Enriched Air

* -- Some Plants REALLY Love CO2

* -- Growth Response of Radish to Super Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

* -- Orchid Responses to Super-High Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

* -- Crop Growth Response to Elevated CO2 in a Closed Ecological System

* -- Wheat Seedling Flavonoid Concentrations

* -- Growth Response of Cuphea to Ultrahigh CO2 Concentrations

* -- The Photosynthetic Response of Pine Trees to Ultra-High CO2 Concentrations

* -- Leaf Photosynthetic Rates of Mature Holm Oak Trees Growing in Close Proximity to a Natural CO2 Spring

* -- The Growth Response of Sweet Potato Plants to Very High Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations

* -- Plant Response to CO2 Escaping from Fractures and Faults of Active Volcanic Systems

In Vitro Growth Responses of Ornamental Plantlets to Very High Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations

Effects of Very High CO2 Concentrations on Ginseng Roots

Ultra-High CO2 Concentrations: Their Impact on Vitrified Sweetgum Shoots

Loblolly Pine Response to Ultra-High CO2 Concentrations

Effects of Super-Elevated CO2 Concentrations on a CAM Plant

Effects of Super-Elevated CO2 on Mint and Thyme

Effects of Elevated CO2 on an Epiphytic Fern

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Light Intensity on Fungal-Plant Relationships in Potato

Response of an Orchid to Super-Elevated CO2

Effects of a Naturally High CO2 Source on a Venezuelan Herb and Tree