Leaf waxes of slow-growing alpine and fast-growing lowland Poa species: inherent differences and responses to UV-B radiation.

J.J. Pilon, H. Lambers, W Baas, M. Tosserams, J. Rozema, O.K. Atkin

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    Abstract

    We investigated whether alpine and lowland Poa species exhibit inherent differences in leaf cuticular waxes, leaf UV absorbing compounds and/or growth responses to UV-B treatment. All plants were grown hydroponically in a growth cabinet (constant 20°; 14 hr photoperiod; 520 μmol photons m
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)571-580
    JournalPhytochemistry
    Volume50
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1999

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