Ethylenediurea (EDU): a research tool for assessment and verification of the effects of ground level ozone on plants under natural conditions.

@article{Manning2011EthylenediureaA,
  title={Ethylenediurea (EDU): a research tool for assessment and verification of the effects of ground level ozone on plants under natural conditions.},
  author={William J. Manning and Elena Paoletti and Heinrich Sandermann and Dieter Ernst},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2011},
  volume={159 12},
  pages={3283-93}
}
Ethylenediurea (EDU) has been widely used to prevent ozone (O(3)) injury and crop losses in crop plants and growth reductions in forest trees. Successful use requires establishing a dose/response curve for EDU and the proposed plant in the absence of O(3) and in the presence of O(3) before initiating multiple applications to prevent O(3) injury. EDU can be used to verify foliar O(3) symptoms in the field, and to screen plants for sensitivity to O(3) under ambient conditions. Despite… CONTINUE READING
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