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Ozone sensitivity of 28 plant selections exposed to ozone under controlled conditions
Author(s): L. J. Kline, D. D. Davis, J. M. Skelly, J. E. Savage and J. Ferdinand
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Northeastern Naturalist
Article Topic(s): Stress
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse
Species Referenced: Cephalanthus occidentalis (Common buttonbush),
AbstractIdentifies plants that can be used as bioindicators for the pollutant ground-level ozone. Plants most sensitive to ozone included Cephalanthus occidentalis and Asclepias incarnata. Common ozone-induced symptoms on leaves included pigmented adaxial leaf surface stipple, bifacial necrosis, and premature defoliation.
Suggested CitationL. J. Kline, D. D. Davis, J. M. Skelly, J. E. Savage and J. Ferdinand. "Ozone sensitivity of 28 plant selections exposed to ozone under controlled conditions." Northeastern Naturalist 15.1 (2008): 57-66.