Biogeosciences Role of de novo biosynthesis in ecosystem scale monoterpene emissions from a boreal Scots pine forest

@inproceedings{Taipale2011BiogeosciencesRO,
  title={Biogeosciences Role of de novo biosynthesis in ecosystem scale monoterpene emissions from a boreal Scots pine forest},
  author={Risto Taipale and Maija K Kajos and Johanna Patokoski and Pekka Rantala and Taina M. Ruuskanen and Jennifer Rinne},
  year={2011}
}
Monoterpene emissions from Scots pine have traditionally been assumed to originate as evaporation from specialized storage pools. More recently, the significance of de novo emissions, originating directly from monoterpene biosynthesis, has been recognized. To study the role of biosynthesis at the ecosystem scale, we measured monoterpene emissions from a Scots pine dominated forest in southern Finland using the disjunct eddy covariance method combined with proton transfer reaction mass… CONTINUE READING

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