Ozone exposure and stomatal sluggishness in different plant physiognomic classes.

@article{Paoletti2010OzoneEA,
  title={Ozone exposure and stomatal sluggishness in different plant physiognomic classes.},
  author={Elena Paoletti and Nancy E. Grulke},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2010},
  volume={158 8},
  pages={2664-71}
}
Gas exchange responses to static and variable light were tested in three species: snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris, two cultivars), California black oak (Quercus kelloggii), and blue oak (Q. douglasii). The effects of 1-month (snap beans) and 2-month (oaks) O(3) (ozone) exposure (70ppb over 8h per day in open-top chambers) were investigated. A delay in stomatal responses (i.e., 'sluggish' responses) to variable light was found to be both an effect of O(3) exposure and a reason for increased O(3… CONTINUE READING

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