Carbon dioxide fertilizing effect

From Glossary of Meteorology



carbon dioxide fertilizing effect

Response of the plant or crop to carbon dioxide fertilization (e.g., enhancement of yield, nitrogen fixation, compensation for temperature and low light levels, and increased water use efficiency).

Wittwer, S. H. 1995. Food, Climate and Carbon Dioxide: The Global Environment and World Food Production. CRC Press, Inc..


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