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How does drought stress in a potted beech tree affects the relationship between photosynthesis and BVOC emissions?

Maja Simpraga UGent, Kathy Steppe UGent, Crist Amelynck, Niels Schoon, Roeland Samson and Raoul Lemeur UGent (2009) Starters in het Bosonderzoek, Abstracts.
abstract
Changes in trace gases of the atmosphere, such as changes in biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) are assumed to be one of the main causes for the variation of the global climate during the last 150 years (Ludeke et al, 1994). These BVOCs contribute to tropospheric ozone formation having possible effect on air quality and, hence, on human health. This study will relate the BVOC emissions to some main ecophysiological plant processes (i.e. photosynthesis, internal water transport, stem diameter variations) for a potted beech tree (Fagus sylvatica L.) grown under controlled conditions, and subjected to drought stress. The impact of this drought stress on these relationships will be analysed.
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Starters in het Bosonderzoek, Abstracts
conference name
Starters in het Bosonderzoek 2009
conference location
Brussel
conference start
2009-03-19
conference end
2009-03-19
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English
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1209481
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1209481
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  abstract     = {Changes in trace gases of the atmosphere, such as changes in biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) are assumed to be one of the main causes for the variation of the global climate during the last 150 years (Ludeke et al, 1994). These BVOCs contribute to tropospheric ozone formation having possible effect on air quality and, hence, on human health. This study will relate the BVOC emissions to some main ecophysiological plant processes (i.e. photosynthesis, internal water transport, stem diameter variations) for a potted beech tree (Fagus sylvatica L.) grown under controlled conditions, and subjected to drought stress. The impact of this drought stress on these relationships will be analysed.},
  author       = {Simpraga, Maja and Steppe, Kathy and Amelynck, Crist  and Schoon, Niels  and Samson, Roeland and Lemeur, Raoul},
  booktitle    = {Starters in het Bosonderzoek, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Brussel},
  title        = {How does drought stress in a potted beech tree affects the relationship between photosynthesis and BVOC emissions?},
  year         = {2009},
}

Chicago
Simpraga, Maja, Kathy Steppe, Crist Amelynck, Niels Schoon, Roeland Samson, and Raoul Lemeur. 2009. “How Does Drought Stress in a Potted Beech Tree Affects the Relationship Between Photosynthesis and BVOC Emissions?” In Starters in Het Bosonderzoek, Abstracts.
APA
Simpraga, M., Steppe, K., Amelynck, C., Schoon, N., Samson, R., & Lemeur, R. (2009). How does drought stress in a potted beech tree affects the relationship between photosynthesis and BVOC emissions? Starters in het Bosonderzoek, Abstracts. Presented at the Starters in het Bosonderzoek 2009.
Vancouver
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Simpraga M, Steppe K, Amelynck C, Schoon N, Samson R, Lemeur R. How does drought stress in a potted beech tree affects the relationship between photosynthesis and BVOC emissions? Starters in het Bosonderzoek, Abstracts. 2009.
MLA
Simpraga, Maja, Kathy Steppe, Crist Amelynck, et al. “How Does Drought Stress in a Potted Beech Tree Affects the Relationship Between Photosynthesis and BVOC Emissions?” Starters in Het Bosonderzoek, Abstracts. 2009. Print.