Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound and Respiratory CO2 Emissions after 13C-Labeling: Online Tracing of C Translocation Dynamics in Poplar Plants

@inproceedings{Ghirardo2011BiogenicVO,
  title={Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound and Respiratory CO2 Emissions after 13C-Labeling: Online Tracing of C Translocation Dynamics in Poplar Plants},
  author={Andrea Ghirardo and Jessica L M Gutknecht and Ina Zimmer and Nicolas Br{\"u}ggemann and J G Schnitzler},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Globally plants are the primary sink of atmospheric CO(2), but are also the major contributor of a large spectrum of atmospheric reactive hydrocarbons such as terpenes (e.g. isoprene) and other biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOC). The prediction of plant carbon (C) uptake and atmospheric oxidation capacity are crucial to define the trajectory and consequences of global environmental changes. To achieve this, the biosynthesis of BVOC and the dynamics of C allocation and… CONTINUE READING

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