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by Thomas D. Sharkey,Elizabeth A. Holland,Harold A. Mooney,Dennis D. Baldocchi,Guy P. Brasseur,Jeffrey P. Chanton,Robert B. Chatfield,John W.H. Dacey,Charles F. Delwiche,Ray Fall


Trace Gas Emissions by Plants (Physiological Ecology) epub

ISBN: 012639010X

ISBN13: 978-0126390100

Author: Thomas D. Sharkey,Elizabeth A. Holland,Harold A. Mooney,Dennis D. Baldocchi,Guy P. Brasseur,Jeffrey P. Chanton,Robert B. Chatfield,John W.H. Dacey,Charles F. Delwiche,Ray Fall

Category: Other

Subcategory: Science & Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: Academic Press (November 26, 1991)

Pages: 365 pages

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Many trace gases are exchanged between the atmosphere and the biosphere. The biochemistry and physiology of production of these and other gases are investigated. Included are methane and its effect on the radiative properties of the atmosphere, hydrocarbons (isoprene and monoterpenes), and their role in the production of ozone and carbon monoxide.

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Sharkey, Thomas . Dennis W. Gray, Heather K. Pell, Steven R. .Isoprene emission from plants. M. Lerdau, R. Atkinson, D. Baldocchi, . Bottenheim, P. Ciccioli, B. Lamb, C. Geron, L. Gu, A. Guenther, . Sharkey, W. Stockwell. Breneman, and Lauren Topper. Isoprene synthase genes form a monophyletic clade of acyclic terpene synthases in the tps-b terpene synthase family.

Trace gas production by plants and in soils increased in response to human pressures. The trace gases released or influenced by plants play a key role in atmospheric processes. Long lived trace gases like nitrous oxide and methane are greenhouse gases and play an important role in stratospheric chemistry. In the troposphere, methane and carbon monoxide are key species that react with the hydroxyl radical (OH), an effective atmospheric detergent. Carbon monoxide is formed by the oxidation of the biogenic hydrocarbons discussed previously.

Charles Perrings, Harold A. Mooney, Mark Herbert Williamson. Christopher Z. Mooney, Robert D. Duval, Robert Duval.

Brasseur, G. and Chatfield, R. 1991: The fate of biogenic trace gases in the atmosphere, in T. Sharkey, E. A. Holland, and H. Mooney (eds), Trace Gas Emissions from Plants, Academic Press, San Diego, pp. 1–27. Bucher, J. 1981: SO2-induced ethylene evolution of forest tree foliage and its potential use as stress-indicator, Europ.

Many trace gases are exchanged between the atmosphere and the biosphere. Although much research has been published on the photosynthetic exchanges of carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water vapor, this book focuses on the importance of biogenic trace gases on atmosphere chemistry and ecosystem stability. Included are methane and its effect on the radiative properties of the atmosphere, hydrocarbons (isoprene and monoterpenes), and their role in the production of ozone and carbon monoxide. Also covered are sulfur and nitrogen gases, both of which can lead to ecosystem acidification. The biochemistry and physiology of production of these and other gases are investigated.Plant physiologists, ecologists, and atmospheric chemists and modelers will benefit from this book.