Interactive effects of elevated CO(2) and soil drought on growth and transpiration efficiency and its determinants in two European forest tree species.

@article{Guehl1994InteractiveEO,
  title={Interactive effects of elevated CO(2) and soil drought on growth and transpiration efficiency and its determinants in two European forest tree species.},
  author={Jean Marc Guehl and Catherine Picon and G. Aussenac and Patrick Gross},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={14 7_9},
  pages={707-724}
}
The responses of growth and transpiration efficiency (W = biomass accumulation/water consumption) to ambient and elevated atmospheric CO(2) concentrations (350 and 700 micro mol mol(-1), respectively) were investigated under optimal nutrient supply in well-watered and in drought conditions in two temperate-forest tree species: Quercus petraea Liebl. and Pinus pinaster Ait. Under well-watered conditions, doubling the CO(2) concentration for one growing season increased biomass growth by 138% in… CONTINUE READING

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