Greater antioxidant and respiratory metabolism in field-grown soybean exposed to elevated O3 under both ambient and elevated CO2.

@article{Gillespie2012GreaterAA,
  title={Greater antioxidant and respiratory metabolism in field-grown soybean exposed to elevated O3 under both ambient and elevated CO2.},
  author={Kelly M Gillespie and Fangxiu Xu and Katherine T Richter and Justin McGrath and R. J. Cody Markelz and Donald R Ort and Andrew D B Leakey and Elizabeth A Ainsworth},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2012},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={169-84}
}
Antioxidant metabolism is responsive to environmental conditions, and is proposed to be a key component of ozone (O(3)) tolerance in plants. Tropospheric O(3) concentration ([O(3)]) has doubled since the Industrial Revolution and will increase further if precursor emissions rise as expected over this century. Additionally, atmospheric CO(2) concentration ([CO(2)]) is increasing at an unprecedented rate and will surpass 550 ppm by 2050. This study investigated the molecular, biochemical and… CONTINUE READING
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