Rodolphe Liozon

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Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seedlings were cultivated from seeds sown in pots or directly in the ground in outdoor chambers that were transparent to solar radiation, and provided either ambient air or CO(2)-enriched air (ambient + 350 &mgr;mol mol(-1)). The rooting volume was high in all experiments. In the short-term experiment, potted plants were assigned(More)
Two-year-old beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) saplings were planted directly in the ground at high density (100 per m(2)), in an experimental design that realistically mimicked field conditions, and grown for two years in air containing CO(2) at either ambient or an elevated (ambient + 350 ppm) concentration. Plant dry mass and leaf area were increased by a(More)
In this chapter, the effects of elevated [CO2] on model parameters are studied by applying statistical techniques known as meta-analysis to the data compiled in the ECOCRAFT database. Three processes were studied in particular: photosynthesis, stomatal conductance, and dark respiration. The meta-analysis of photosynthesis data indicated that parameters of(More)
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