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Does elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide affect internal nitrogen allocation in the temperate trees Alnus glutinosa and Pinus sylvestris?


Does elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide affect internal nitrogen allocation in the temperate trees Alnus glutinosa and Pinus sylvestris?



Global Change Biology 9(2): 286-294



ISSN/ISBN: 1354-1013

DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2486.2003.00568.x

Nitrogen-fixing plant species growing in elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration ( should be able to maintain a high nutrient supply and thus grow better than other species. This could in turn engender changes in internal storage of nitrogen (N) and remobilisation during periods of growth.

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