Percent Dry Weight (Biomass) Increases for
300, 600 and 900 ppm Increases in the Air's CO2 Concentration:


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Brassica oleracea L. [Broccoli]


Statistics
 
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm
 Number of Results
14
11
 
 Arithmetic Mean
53.4%
59.8%
 
 Standard Error
8.2%
10
 

Individual Experiment Results

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
300 ppm
600 ppm
900 ppm

Almuhayawi et al. (2020)

Total fresh biomass of sprouts following nine days of CO2 enrichment under controlled environment conditions; cv Southern Star
41%

 

 

Almuhayawi et al. (2020)

Total fresh biomass of sprouts following nine days of CO2 enrichment under controlled environment conditions; cv Prominence
118%

 

 

Almuhayawi et al. (2020)

Total fresh biomass of sprouts following nine days of CO2 enrichment under controlled environment conditions; cv Monotop
69%

 

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Broccoli plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 16 days after planting
 

111%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Broccoli plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 30 days after planting
 

120%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Broccoli plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 43 days after planting
 

18%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Cauliflower plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 16 days after planting
 

74%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Cauliflower plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 30 days after planting
 

28%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Cauliflower plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 43 days after planting
 

28%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Marrow Stem Kale plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 16 days after planting
 

46%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Marrow Stem Kale plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 30 days after planting
 

74%

 

Reekie et al. (1998)

Well-watered and fertilized Marrow Stem Kale plants grown from seed in pots in controlled environment cabinets harvested at 43 days after planting
 

37%

 

Sage et al. (1989)

Cabbage grown in a greenhouse
59%

 

 

Schonhof et al. (2007)

Fresh-weight biomass of well watered and fertilized plants grown to full-head consumer stage in a controlled greenhouse environment
7%

 

 

Teawkul and Hwang (2018)

Dry weight of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers under normal day/night temperatures of 24/21 C for 42 days
 

38%

 

Teawkul and Hwang (2018)

Dry weight of well-watered and fertilized plants grown in controlled environment chambers under elevated day/night temperatures of 29/26 C for 42 days
 

84%

 

Vuorinen et al. (2004)

Well-watered and fertilized plants grown from seed for 25 days in 1-liter pots filled with Sphagnum peat and sand (3:1 v/v) in growth chambers maintained at either 360 or 720 ppm CO2; no larval insect feeding
39%

 

 

Vuorinen et al. (2004)

Well-watered and fertilized plants grown from seed for 25 days in 1-liter pots filled with Sphagnum peat and sand (3:1 v/v) in growth chambers maintained at either 360 or 720 ppm CO2; 48 hours feeding by Plutella xylostella
11%

 

 

Vuorinen et al. (2004)

Well-watered and fertilized plants grown from seed for 25 days in 1-liter pots filled with Sphagnum peat and sand (3:1 v/v) in growth chambers maintained at either 360 or 720 ppm CO2; 48 hours feeding by Spodoptera littoralis
28%

 

 

Zaghdoud et al. (2013)

Shoot biomass (dry weight) of three-day-old seedlings grown within a controlled-environment chamber for an additional two weeks in 15-L containers filled with continuously-aerated Hoagland nutrient solution that was replaced each week, after which a salinity treatment (0 mM NaCl) was applied for 15 more days, whereupon the plants were harvested
38%

 

 

Zaghdoud et al. (2013)

Shoot biomass (dry weight) of three-day-old seedlings grown within a controlled-environment chamber for an additional two weeks in 15-L containers filled with continuously-aerated Hoagland nutrient solution that was replaced each week, after which a salinity treatment (60 mM NaCl) was applied for 15 more days, whereupon the plants were harvested
43%

 

 

Zaghdoud et al. (2013)

Shoot biomass (dry weight) of three-day-old seedlings grown within a controlled-environment chamber for an additional two weeks in 15-L containers filled with continuously-aerated Hoagland nutrient solution that was replaced each week, after which a salinity treatment (90 mM NaCl) was applied for 15 more days, whereupon the plants were harvested
94%

 

 

Zaghdoud et al. (2013)

Root biomass (dry weight) of three-day-old seedlings grown within a controlled-environment chamber for an additional two weeks in 15-L containers filled with continuously-aerated Hoagland nutrient solution that was replaced each week, after which a salinity treatment (0 mM NaCl) was applied for 15 more days, whereupon the plants were harvested
51%

 

 

Zaghdoud et al. (2013)

Root biomass (dry weight) of three-day-old seedlings grown within a controlled-environment chamber for an additional two weeks in 15-L containers filled with continuously-aerated Hoagland nutrient solution that was replaced each week, after which a salinity treatment (60 mM NaCl) was applied for 15 more days, whereupon the plants were harvested
55%

 

 

Zaghdoud et al. (2013)

Root biomass (dry weight) of three-day-old seedlings grown within a controlled-environment chamber for an additional two weeks in 15-L containers filled with continuously-aerated Hoagland nutrient solution that was replaced each week, after which a salinity treatment (90 mM NaCl) was applied for 15 more days, whereupon the plants were harvested
94%

 

 

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