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Assimilate utilization in the leaf canopy and whole-plant growth of soybean during acclimation to elevated CO2



Assimilate utilization in the leaf canopy and whole-plant growth of soybean during acclimation to elevated CO2



Botanical Gazette 148(1): 67-72



Young vegetative soyabeans Ransom were exposed to control (350 micro l CO2/litre) or CO2-enriched (700 micro l CO2/litre) environments continuously for 22 days. Alterations in C acquisition, assimilate utilization by the leaf canopy, and whole plant growth were followed to characterize plant acclimatization at high CO2. Whole plant DW progressively increased at high CO2 relative to the control throughout the experiment.

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