Subject: heat stress | isoprene CO2 response | foliage traits | future emissions | temperature response. | BVOCs | Research Paper
Isoprene emissions importantly protect plants from heat stress, but the emissions become inhibited by instantaneous increase of [CO2], and it is currently unclear how isoprene-emitting plants cope with future more frequent and severe heat episodes under high [CO2]. Hybr... View more
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