Natural antioxidants of plant origin against ozone damage of sensitive crops

@article{Didyk2010NaturalAO,
  title={Natural antioxidants of plant origin against ozone damage of sensitive crops},
  author={Nataliya P. Didyk and Oleg B. Blum},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={2010},
  volume={33},
  pages={25-34}
}
The increasing concentrations of ambient ozone observed during recent decades in many industrial and rural regions of the world present hazard for vegetation and human health. The problem of protection of sensitive vegetation from ozone damage could be ameliorated by replacement of sensitive biotypes with more tolerant ones as well as by application of chemical protectants. However, application of synthetic protectants will pollute the environment and agricultural production and may also have… CONTINUE READING

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