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Total amount of green leaves volatiles (GLVs) (µmol mm<sup>−1</sup>) and percentage (%) of the major ions representing the GLVs blend emitted after wounding <i>Dactlylis glomerata</i> and <i>Populus alba</i> leaves grown in normal circadian light cycle compared to those exposed to continuous dark conditions for 7 days.

By Federico Brilli (350828), Taina M. Ruuskanen (350829), Ralf Schnitzhofer (350830), Markus Müller (805213), Martin Breitenlechner (350831), Vinzenz Bittner (350832), Georg Wohlfahrt (350833), Francesco Loreto (350834) and Armin Hansel (350835)


<p>Means ± SE are shown (<i>n</i> = 4). Differences between means within the same column were statistically assessed with a Tukey's post hoc test (<i>P</i><0.05).</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Ecology, Plant Biology, leaves, volatiles, ions, glvs, emitted, wounding, grown, in, circadian, compared, exposed, continuous, conditions
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0020419.t001
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