Seasonal and species-specific response of VOC emissions by Mediterranean woody plant to elevated ozone concentrations

@inproceedings{Llusi2002SeasonalAS,
  title={Seasonal and species-specific response of VOC emissions by Mediterranean woody plant to elevated ozone concentrations},
  author={J. Llusi and B. S. Gimenob},
  year={2002}
}
Although certain factors controlling plant emission rates of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are reasonably well understood, the influence of elevated ozone concentrations as abiotic stress is mostly unknown. Therefore, we studied the effects of ozone concentrations on seasonal biogenic volatile organic compound (BVOC) emissions by different Mediterranean plant species in open top chambers (OTC). Three ozone treatments were established: filtered air (F), non-filtered air (NF), and fumigated… CONTINUE READING

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