Photosynthetic adjustment in field-grown ponderosa pine trees after six years of exposure to elevated CO(2).

@article{Tissue1999PhotosyntheticAI,
  title={Photosynthetic adjustment in field-grown ponderosa pine trees after six years of exposure to elevated CO(2).},
  author={David T Tissue and Kevin L. Griffin and Jerry T. Ball},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={19 4_5},
  pages={221-228}
}
Photosynthesis of tree seedlings is generally enhanced during short-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO(2), but longer-term photosynthetic responses are often more variable because they are affected by morphological, biochemical and physiological feedback mechanisms that regulate carbon assimilation to meet sink demand. To examine biochemical and morphological factors that might regulate the long-term photosynthetic response of field-grown trees to elevated CO(2), we grew ponderosa pine… CONTINUE READING
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