Isoprene research - 60 years later, the biology is still enigmatic.

Abstract

Isoprene emission is a major component of biosphere-atmosphere interactions. It is the single largest source of non-methane hydrocarbon in the atmosphere. The first report of isoprene emission from plants was published in 1957 by Professor Guivi Sanadze. While humans have smelled the monoterpene hydrocarbons made by coniferous trees since their earliest… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/pce.12930

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@article{Sharkey2017IsopreneR, title={Isoprene research - 60 years later, the biology is still enigmatic.}, author={Thomas D Sharkey and Russell K. Monson}, journal={Plant, cell & environment}, year={2017}, volume={40 9}, pages={1671-1678} }