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Effect of growth conditions on isoprene emission and other thermotolerance-enhancing compounds


Effect of growth conditions on isoprene emission and other thermotolerance-enhancing compounds



Plant, Cell and Environment 24(9): 929-936



DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-3040.2001.00744.x

Isoprene is emitted from the leaves of many plants in a light-dependent and temperature-sensitive manner. Plants lose a large fraction of photo-assimilated carbon as isoprene but may benefit from improved recovery of photosynthesis following high-temperature episodes. The capacity for isoprene emission of plants in natural conditions (assessed as the rate of isoprene emission under standard conditions) varies with weather.

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