Influence of nine antibiotics on key secondary metabolites and physiological characteristics in Triticum aestivum: leaf volatiles as a promising new tool to assess toxicity.

  title={Influence of nine antibiotics on key secondary metabolites and physiological characteristics in Triticum aestivum: leaf volatiles as a promising new tool to assess toxicity.},
  author={Ocsana Opriș and Florina Copaciu and Maria Loredana Soran and Dumitru Ristoiu and Ulo Niinemets and Lucian Octav Copolovici},
  journal={Ecotoxicology and environmental safety},

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