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Recycling of excess carbon dioxide from fossil energy conversion by plants

, : Recycling of excess carbon dioxide from fossil energy conversion by plants. Living systems as energy convertors Proceedings of the European conference on living systems as energy converters, Pont a Mousson, France, 18-22 October 1976: 319-335

The impact of excess CO2 on the biosphere and the re-fixation of excess CO2 by plants are discussed.


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