Biochemical response of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) towards 14-month exposure to ozone and acid mist: part I--Effects on polyphenol and monoterpene metabolism.

@article{Heller1990BiochemicalRO,
  title={Biochemical response of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) towards 14-month exposure to ozone and acid mist: part I--Effects on polyphenol and monoterpene metabolism.},
  author={Werner Heller and D Rosemann and Wolfgang F. Osswald and Beatrix Benz and Roswitha Sch{\"o}nwitz and Karl-Heinz Lohwasser and M Kloos and Heinrich Sandermann},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={1990},
  volume={64 3-4},
  pages={353-66}
}
Three-year-old clonal Picea abies (L.) Karst. plants, grown either on a sandy (No. 1) or on a calcareous (No. 2) soil, were treated with ozone (100 microg m(-3) and peaks of up to 360 microg m(-3)) and acid mist (pH 3.0) over two vegetation periods. Needles of the current (1987) and previous (1986) year were analysed at the end of the experiment for biosynthetic enzymes and in vivo activity of the phenylpropanoid pathway, for products of polyphenol metabolism (clones 11 and 14), and for mono… CONTINUE READING
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