Reconciling functions and evolution of isoprene emission in higher plants.

  title={Reconciling functions and evolution of isoprene emission in higher plants.},
  author={Francesco Loreto and Silvia Fineschi},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  volume={206 2},
Compilation and analysis of existing inventories reveal that isoprene is emitted by c. 20% of the perennial vegetation of tropical and temperate regions of the world. Isoprene emitters are found across different plant families without any clear phylogenetic thread. However, by critically appraising information in inventories, several ecological patterns of isoprene emission can be highlighted, including absence of emission from C4 and annual plants, and widespread emission from perennial and… CONTINUE READING
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