Effects of airborne volatile organic compounds on plants.

@article{Cape2003EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of airborne volatile organic compounds on plants.},
  author={John Neil Cape},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2003},
  volume={122 1},
  pages={145-57}
}
Routine measurements of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in air have shown that average concentrations are very much smaller than those used in laboratory experiments designed to study the effects of VOCs on plants. However, maximum hourly concentrations of some VOCs can be 100 times larger than the average, even in rural air. Experimental studies have rarely extended for longer than a few days, so there is little information on potential long-term effects of exposure to small concentrations… CONTINUE READING

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