Dry Weight (Biomass) References
Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench [Sorghum]

Allen Jr., L.H., Kakani, V.G., Vu, J.C.V. and Boote, K.J. 2011. Elevated CO2 increases water use efficiency by sustaining photosynthesis of water-limited maize and sorghum. Journal of Plant Physiology 168: 1909-1918.

Amthor, J.S., Mitchell, R.J., Runion, G.B., Rogers, H.H., Prior, S.A. and Wood, C.W. 1994. Energy content, construction cost and phytomass accumulation of Glycine max (L.) Merr. and Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench grown in elevated CO2 in the field. New Phytologist 128: 443-450.

Chaudhuri, U.N., Burnett, R.B., Kirkhan, M.B. and Kanemasu, E.T. 1986. Effect of carbon dioxide on sorghum yield, root growth, and water use. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 37: 109-122.

Keramat, S., Eshghizadeh, H.R., Zahedi, M. and Nematpour, A. 2020. Growth and biochemical changes of sorghum genotypes in response to carbon dioxide and salinity interactions. Cereal Research Communications 48: 325-332.

Marc, J. and R.M. Gifford. 1984. Floral initiation in wheat, sunflower, and sorghum under carbon dioxide enrichment. Canadian Journal of Botany 62: 9-13.

Morison, J.I.L. and Gifford, R.M. 1984. Plant growth and water use with limited water supply in high CO2 concentrations. II. Plant dry weight, partitioning and water use efficiency. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 11: 375-384.

Ottman, M.J., Kimball, B.A., Pinter Jr., P.J., Wall, G.W., Vanderlip, R.L., Leavitt, S.W., LaMorte, R.L., Matthias, A.D. and Brooks, T.J. 2001. Elevated CO2 increases sorghum biomass under drought conditions. New Phytologist 150: 261-273.

Prasad, P.V. V., Boote, K.J., and Allen Jr., L.H. 2006. Adverse high temperature effects on pollen viability, seed-set, seed yield and harvest index of grain-sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] are more severe at elevated carbon dioxide due to higher tissue temperatures. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 139: 237-251.

Prasad, P.V.V., Vu, J.C.V., Boote, K.J. and Allen Jr., L.H. 2009. Enhancement in leaf photosynthesis and upregulation of Rubisco in the C4 sorghum plant at elevated growth carbon dioxide and temperature occur at early stages of leaf ontogeny. Functional Plant Biology 36: 761-769.

Prior, S.A., Runion, G.B., Rogers, H.H., Torbert, H.A. and Reeves, D.W. 2005. Elevated atmospheric CO2 effects on biomass production and soil carbon in conventional and conservation cropping systems. Global Change Biology 11: 657-665

Torbert, H.A., Prior, S.A., Rogers, H.H. and Runion, G.B. 2004. Elevated atmospheric CO2 effects on N fertilization in grain sorghum and soybean. Field Crops Research 88: 57-67.

Watling, J.R. and Press, M.C. 1997. How is the relationship between the C4 cereal Sorghum bicolor and the C3 root hemi-parasites Striga hermonthica and Striga asiatica affected by elevated CO2. Plant, Cell and Environment 20: 1292-1300.

Ziska, L.H. and Bunce, J.A. 1997. Influence of increasing carbon dioxide concentration on the photosynthetic and growth stimulation of selected C4 crops and weeds. Photosynthesis Research 54: 199-208.

Ziska, L.H. and Bunce, J.A. 1999. Effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentration at night on the growth and gas exchange of selected C4 species. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 26: 71-77.

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