Study: balancing of carbon dioxide by plants stobbt at borders

Study: Balancing of carbon dioxide by plants stobbt at borders

Plants also take more from the greenhouse gas with increasing carbon dioxide content of the air. Carbon dioxide (co2) has quasi a dungend effect on the plants, but this will now be smaller, reports the university of augsburg. Over the past four decades, an international team has observed a ridge by about 30 percent of this dunge effect.

"Plants need a balanced ratio"

In photosynthesis, the plants transform co2 from the air with the help of sunlight in high-energy biomolecules. So they bind part of the human-made co2 emissions. Photosynthesis is excavated when more co2 is in the air. Through this dunge effect, climate change can be braked. But after satellite observations of the researchers, this amplifier effect has been taking place worldwide since the 1980s. The reason is difficult to capture, it is called in the press release.

"Plants need a balanced ratio of co2, water and other important nutrients to grow", daniel goll explained from the university of augsburg in the communication of the university. The co2 concentration takes too, but not water and nutrients. Presumably, the plants could not use the high concentration of the gas for themselves.

Follow for the effect of some climate protection strategies

The conne also follow for the effect of some climate protection strategies like the fersteurst of waldern, explores one of the leading utenses of the study, yongguang zhang of the university of nanjing in china.

The company must therefore put more on other strategies to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases, demand scientists from augsburg. The study was in the journal science released.