Rate of acclimation of the capacity for isoprene emission in response to light and temperature
Isoprene emission from plants accounts for nearly half of all non-methane hydrocarbons entering the atmosphere. Light and temperature regulate the instantaneous rate of isoprene emission but there is increasing evidence that they also affect the capacity
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