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- Torbert, H.A.; Prior, S.A.; Rogers, H.H.; Runion, G.B.
- Field crops research 2004 v.88 no.1 pp. 57
- elevated atmospheric gases; carbon dioxide; greenhouse gases; Glycine max; Sorghum bicolor; crop production; plant growth; nitrogen; soil fertility; legumes; loamy sand soils; fertilizer application; nitrogen fertilizers; isotope labeling; grain sorghum; soybeans; plant tissues; carbon nitrogen ratio; nutrient uptake; dry matter accumulation
- ... Increasing atmospheric CO2 concentration has led to concerns about global changes to the environment. One area of global change that has not been fully addressed is the effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on agriculture production inputs. Elevated CO2 concentration alterations of plant growth and C:N ratios may modify C and N cycling in soil and N fertility. This study was conducted to examine the ...