Do Elevated Temperature and CO2 Generally Have Counteracting Effects on Phenolic Phytochemistry of Boreal Trees?

@article{Veteli2006DoET,
  title={Do Elevated Temperature and CO2 Generally Have Counteracting Effects on Phenolic Phytochemistry of Boreal Trees?},
  author={Timo O. Veteli and William J. Mattson and Pekka Niemel{\"a} and Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto and Seppo Kellom{\"a}ki and Kari Kuokkanen and Anu Lavola},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={33},
  pages={287-296}
}
Global climate change includes concomitant changes in many components of the abiotic flux necessary for plant life. In this paper, we investigate the combined effects of elevated CO2 (720 ppm) and temperature (+2 K) on the phytochemistry of three deciduous tree species. The analysis revealed that elevated CO2 generally stimulated increased carbon partitioning to various classes of phenolic compounds, whereas an increase in temperature had the opposite effect. The combined effects of both… CONTINUE READING

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