Industrial-age changes in atmospheric [CO2] and temperature differentially alter responses of faster- and slower-growing Eucalyptus seedlings to short-term drought.

@article{Lewis2013IndustrialageCI,
  title={Industrial-age changes in atmospheric [CO2] and temperature differentially alter responses of faster- and slower-growing Eucalyptus seedlings to short-term drought.},
  author={James D. Lewis and Renee A. Smith and Oula Ghannoum and Barry A Logan and Nathan G. Phillips and David T Tissue},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={475-88}
}
Climate change may alter forest composition by differentially affecting the responses of faster- and slower-growing tree species to drought. However, the combined effects of rising atmospheric CO2 concentration ([CO2]) and temperature on drought responses of trees are poorly understood. Here, we examined interactive effects of temperature (ambient, ambient + °C) and [CO2] (290, 400 and 650mu;l l(-1)) on drought responses of Eucalyptus saligna Sm. (faster-growing) and E. sideroxylon A. Cunn. ex… CONTINUE READING
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