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Effects of nutrient supply, soil temperature and root interactions on morphology, growth, biomass and physiological responses of black spruce and white spruce seedlings to CO2 elevation
Changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration ([CO2]) and temperature may influence nutrient resources and how boreal species respond to their environment. The effects of increased [CO2] on plants are generally positive but can ...
Effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentration and light on biomass morphology and physiology of black spruce and white spruce seedlings
Carbon dioxide concentration and light interactions influence competition among boreal tree species, though little is known about the exact effects. The interactive effects of [CO 2 ] and light on growth, biomass production, ...