Emissions of green leaf volatiles and terpenoids from Solanum lycopersicum are quantitatively related to the severity of cold and heat shock treatments.

@article{Copolovici2012EmissionsOG,
  title={Emissions of green leaf volatiles and terpenoids from Solanum lycopersicum are quantitatively related to the severity of cold and heat shock treatments.},
  author={Lucian Octav Copolovici and Astrid K{\"a}nnaste and Leila Pazouki and Ulo Niinemets},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={169 7},
  pages={664-72}
}
Plant-generated volatiles constitute a sensitive signal of stress response, but quantitative relationships between the stress severity and volatile emissions have been demonstrated only for a few stresses. Among important stresses in the field, chilling and frost stress in spring and heat stress mid-season can significantly curb productivity. We studied the effects of cold and heat shock treatments on leaf photosynthesis and the emission of the volatile products of the lipoxygenase pathway (LOX… CONTINUE READING
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