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Methanol emissions from maize : ontogenetic dependence to varying light conditions and guttation as an additional factor constraining the flux

(2017) ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT. 152. p.405-417
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VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS, ATMOSPHERIC METHANOL, NONMETHANE, HYDROCARBONS, BIDIRECTIONAL EXCHANGE, PLANT VOLATILES, OXYGENATED VOCS, STOMATA, GROWTH, FOREST, LEAVES, Maize, Methanol, VOC, Guttation, Emission modelling

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Mozaffar, A., et al. “Methanol Emissions from Maize : Ontogenetic Dependence to Varying Light Conditions and Guttation as an Additional Factor Constraining the Flux.” ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, vol. 152, 2017, pp. 405–17.
APA
Mozaffar, A., Schoon, N., Digrado, A., Bachy, A., Delaplace, P., du Jardin, P., … Amelynck, C. (2017). Methanol emissions from maize : ontogenetic dependence to varying light conditions and guttation as an additional factor constraining the flux. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 152, 405–417.
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Mozaffar, A, N Schoon, A Digrado, A Bachy, P Delaplace, P du Jardin, M-L Fauconnier, M Aubinet, B Heinesch, and Cheyenne Amelynck. 2017. “Methanol Emissions from Maize : Ontogenetic Dependence to Varying Light Conditions and Guttation as an Additional Factor Constraining the Flux.” ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT 152: 405–17.
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Mozaffar, A, N Schoon, A Digrado, A Bachy, P Delaplace, P du Jardin, M-L Fauconnier, M Aubinet, B Heinesch, and Cheyenne Amelynck. 2017. “Methanol Emissions from Maize : Ontogenetic Dependence to Varying Light Conditions and Guttation as an Additional Factor Constraining the Flux.” ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT 152: 405–417.
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Mozaffar A, Schoon N, Digrado A, Bachy A, Delaplace P, du Jardin P, et al. Methanol emissions from maize : ontogenetic dependence to varying light conditions and guttation as an additional factor constraining the flux. ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT. 2017;152:405–17.
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A. Mozaffar et al., “Methanol emissions from maize : ontogenetic dependence to varying light conditions and guttation as an additional factor constraining the flux,” ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, vol. 152, pp. 405–417, 2017.
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  author       = {Mozaffar, A and Schoon, N and Digrado, A and Bachy, A and Delaplace, P and du Jardin, P and Fauconnier, M-L and Aubinet, M and Heinesch, B and Amelynck, Cheyenne},
  issn         = {1352-2310},
  journal      = {ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT},
  keywords     = {VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS,ATMOSPHERIC METHANOL,NONMETHANE,HYDROCARBONS,BIDIRECTIONAL EXCHANGE,PLANT VOLATILES,OXYGENATED VOCS,STOMATA,GROWTH,FOREST,LEAVES,Maize,Methanol,VOC,Guttation,Emission modelling},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {405--417},
  title        = {Methanol emissions from maize : ontogenetic dependence to varying light conditions and guttation as an additional factor constraining the flux},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2016.12.041},
  volume       = {152},
  year         = {2017},
}

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