Prolonged Growth of Young Spruce (Picea koraiensis Nakai) Plants at Double Atmospheric CO2 Concentration Stimulates the Preferential Growth of Thick Roots

Abstract

Two-year-old young spruce (Picea koraiensis Nakai) plants were grown in a climatic chamber during three summer months at double atmospheric CO2 concentration, sufficient content of soil inorganic nitrogen, and diurnal variation of temperature and illuminance, which simulate natural growth conditions. The control plants were grown in another climatic chamber… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11183-005-0097-3

Topics

4 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@article{Mao2005ProlongedGO, title={Prolonged Growth of Young Spruce (Picea koraiensis Nakai) Plants at Double Atmospheric CO2 Concentration Stimulates the Preferential Growth of Thick Roots}, author={Z. -J. Mao and Y.-J. Wang and Y. -G. Zhu and X. -W. Wang and Y. -F. Sun and B.-O. Zhou and P. Yu. Voronin}, journal={Russian Journal of Plant Physiology}, year={2005}, volume={52}, pages={659-663} }