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Effect of ozone on plants in South Holland. Biomonitoring programme 1994


, : Effect of ozone on plants in South Holland. Biomonitoring programme 1994. Rapport DLO Instituut voor Agrobiologisch en Bodemvruchtbaarheidsonderzoek ( 29): 29 pp.

Trifolium subterraneum Geraldton and Phaseolus vulgaris Lit were grown at Wageningen and at 3 sites in S. Holland and the effects of ozone on visible injury, growth and biomass production were determined by comparing plants grown with and without the antioxidant ethylene diurea. In T. subterraneum the proportion of leaf injury for 3 successive 4-week periods was about 10% with a maximum of 23%. Amounts of injury differed between locations.

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