Trees Using Water More Efficiently Due To Increase in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

Science World Report: A paper published online in the journal Nature Wednesday, examines how a dramatic change in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels makes trees thriftier with water. It is a known fact that atmospheric carbon dioxide boosts the growth of plants. To state that carbon dioxide is an important plant food is not a new argument. Many experts have expressed concerns over the fate of forests in the face of climatic changes taking place because such alterations directly and indirectly affect the growth and productivity......

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