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Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Plant Roots

Click on the links below to access reviews of the scientific literature on this topic that have been published since the 2009 NIPCC report.

Atmospheric CO2 Helps Oak Trees Recover from Natural Disasters (4 February 2014)
Seventeen Root Traits Altered by Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment (31 December 2013)
Roots of Norway Spruce Trees Growing in CO2-Enriched Air (24 September 2013)
The Effect of Elevated CO2 on Tomato Plant Lateral Root Growth (18 June 2013)
Growth Responses of Tree Roots to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment (28 May 2013)
Reclaiming Cadmium-Contaminated Soil with Poplars and Willows (6 February 2013)
Carbon Dioxide and Cassava: Feeding the World's Undernourished (12 December 2012)
The Unseen Benefits of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment (16 October 2012)
Soil Carbon and Nitrogen in a CO2-Enriched Sweetgum Plantation (9 October 2012)
Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Early Root Growth of Tomato Plants (15 August 2012)
Soluble Exudates Produced by Ectomycorrhizal Roots of Scots Pine Trees (11 July 2012)
Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment: Working Wonders in the Plant Root Zone (11 July 2012)
Fine-Root Survivorship of Ponderosa Pine Trees: CO2 vs. O3 (11 January 2012)
The Benefits of Breeding Crops that Produce Deep Roots (14 December 2011)
The Rooting of Woody Plant Cuttings (28 September 2011)
Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment Effects on Agricultural Plant Roots are Providing the Foundation for a New-and-Improved "Green Revolution" (19 January 2011)
Effects of Elevated CO2 on a Regenerating Longleaf Pine Ecosystem (22 December 2010)
Dark Septate Root Endophytic Fungi, CO2 and Trees (21 October 2010)
Battling for Fungal Sporocarps in Earth's Forests: CO2 vs. O3 (13 October 2010)
Belowground Carbon Storage in a Grassland Community (8 September 2010)
Effect of Elevated CO2 on the Root Mass Fraction of Plants (5 August 2010)
The Depths to Which Some Roots Will Go (8 July 2010)