Effects of trait variation, environment, and phylogeny on the air pollutant removal capacity of indoor plants

@inproceedings{Lu2015EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of trait variation, environment, and phylogeny on the air pollutant removal capacity of indoor plants},
  author={Shan Lu and Guang Hu and Bo Chen and Ye Zheng and Yinan Lai and Jing Jing},
  year={2015}
}
Although it is well known that plants have the capacity to remove indoor air pollutants, there has been little research to investigate how this ability is regulated by the environment and evolutionary processes. In this study, we tested the capacity of 58 common indoor plants to remove three specific air pollutants. We also measured the traits, phylogenetic signals, and cultivated environments of these plants to analyze their relationship with the air pollutant removal capacity using Spearman’s… CONTINUE READING
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