SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Agati G, Fusi F, Mazzinghi P, Lipucci di Paola MA. 1993. Simple approach to the evaluation of the reabsorption of chlorophyll fluorescence spectra in intact leaves. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B-Biology 17: 163171.
  • Agati G, Galardi C, Gravano E, Romani A, Tattini M. 2002. Flavonoid distribution in tissues of Phillyrea latifolia L. leaves as estimated by microspectrofluorometry and multispectral fluorescence microimaging. Photochemistry and Photobiology 76: 350360.
  • Allavena S, Isopi R, Petriccione B, Pompei E. 2000. Programma nazionale integrato per il controllo degli ecosistemi forestali. Secondo rapporto – 2000. Roma, Italy; Ministero delle Politiche Agricole e Forestali, Corpo Forestale dello Stato.
  • Bennett M, Gallagher M, Fagg J, Bestwick C, Paul T, Beale M, Mansfield J. 1996. The hypersensitive reaction, membrane damage and accumulation of autofluorescent phenolics in lettuce cells challenged by Bremia lactucae. Plant Journal 9: 851865.
  • Buffoni A. 2002. Ozone and nitrogen dioxide measurements in the framework of the National Integrated Programme for the Control of Forest Ecosystems (CON.ECO.FOR.). Journal of Limnology 61: 6976.
  • Bussotti F, Pancrazi M, Matteucci G, Gerosa G. 2005. Leaf morphology and chemistry in Fagus sylvatica L. (beech) trees as affected by site factors and ozone: results from Level II permanent monitoring plots in Italy. Tree Physiology 25: 211219.
  • Chong J, Baltz R, Schmitt C, Beffa R, Fritig B, Saindrenan P. 2002. Downregulation of a pathogen-responsive tobacco udp-glc: phenylpropanoid glucosyltransferase reduces scopoletin glucoside accumulation, enhances oxidative stress, and weakens virus resistance. Plant Cell 14: 10931107.
  • Dai GH, Andary C, Mondolot-Cosson L, Boubals D. 1995. Histochemical studies on the interaction between three species of grapevine, Vitis vinifera, V. rupestris and V. rotundifolia and the downy mildew fungus, Plasmopara viticola. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology 46: 177188.
  • Gerosa G, Anfodillo T. 2003. Modelling stomatal uptake of ozone: data requirements and applicability to the CON.ECO.FOR. PMPs in Italy. Annali dell’Istituto Sperimentale per la Selvicoltura 30: 8598.
  • Gerosa G, Bussotti F, Mariani L, Ballarin-Denti A. 2002. La valutazione del rischio ozono per la vegetazione in Lombardia. Livello II: è possibile la previsione degli effetti? Acqua and Aria 7: 8993.
  • Gerosa G, Ferretti M, Bussotti F. 2004. AOT40 for the EU/UN-ECE intensive monitoring forests plots in South-Western Europe: estimates from passive samplers. In: FerrettiM, SanzMJ, SchaubM, eds. O3 SWE – Ozone and the Forests of South-Western Europe Final Report. Firenze, Italy. Jointly prepared by Corpo Forestale dello Stato, Italia; Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, Dirección General para la Biodiversidad, España; Eidgenössische Forschungsanstalt für Wald, Schnee und Landschaft – WSL, Schweiz; Office National des Forêts, France. 7594.
  • Gerosa G, Marzuoli R, Bussotti F, Pancrazi M, Ballarin-Denti A. 2003. Ozone sensitivity of Fagus sylvatica and Fraxinus excelsior young trees in relation to leaf structure and foliar ozone uptake. Environmental Pollution 125: 9198.
  • Gerosa G, Spinazzi F, Ballarin-Denti A. 1999. Tropospheric ozone in alpine forest sites: Air quality monitoring and statistical data analysis. Water Air and Soil Pollution 116: 345350.
  • Gitelson AA, Buschmann C, Lichtenthaler HK. 1998. Leaf chlorophyll fluorescence corrected for re-absorption by means of absorption and reflectance measurements. Journal of Plant Physiology 152: 283296.
  • Gravano E, Bussotti F, Strasser JR, Schaub M, Novak K, Skelly J, Tani C. 2004. Ozone symptoms in leaves of woody plants in open top chambers: ultrastructural and physiological characteristics. Physiologia Plantarum 121: 620633.
  • Gravano E, Giulietti V, Desotgiu R, Bussotti F, Grossoni P, Gerosa G, Tani C. 2003. Foliar response of an Ailanthus altissima clone in two sites with different levels of ozone-pollution. Environmental Pollution 121: 137146.
  • Guderian R, Tingey DT, Rabe R. 1985. Effects of photochemical oxidants on plants. In: GuderianR, ed. Air Pollution by Photochemical Oxidants Formation, Transport, Control and Effects on Plants. Ecological Studies, Vol. 52 Berlin, Germany: Springer Verlag, 128333.
  • Günthard-Goerg MS, McQuattie CJ, Maurer S, Frey B. 2000. Visible and microscopic injury in leaves of five deciduous tree species related to current critical ozone levels. Environmental Pollution 109: 489500.
  • Günthard-Goerg MS, McQuattie CJ, Scheidegger C, Rhiner C, Matyssek R. 1997. Ozone-induced cytochemical and ultrastructural changes in leaf mesophyll cell walls. Canadian Journal of Forest Researches 27: 453463.
  • Hangartner M, Kirchner M, Werner H. 1996. Evaluation of passive methods for measuring ozone in the European Alps. Analyst 121: 12691272.
  • Havaux M, Strasser RJ, Greppin G. 1991. A theoretical and experimental analysis of the qP and qN coefficients of chlorophyll fluorescence quenching and their relation to photochemical and nonphotochemical events. Photosynthesis Researches 27: 4155.
  • Hutzler P, Fischbach R, Heller W, Jungblut TP, Reuber S, Schmitz R, Veit M, Weissenböch G, Schnitzler JP. 1998. Tissue localisation of phenolic compounds in plants by confocal laser scanning microscopy. Journal of Experimental Botany 49: 953965.
  • Innes JL, Skelly JM, Schaub M. 2001. Ozone and broadleaved species: a guide to the identification of ozone-induced foliar injury. Ozon, Laubholz-und Krautpflanzen. Ein Führer zum Bestimmen von Ozonsymptomen. Birmensdorf, Eidgenössische Forschungsanstalt. Bern, Switzerland: Haupt.
  • Karlsson PE, Uddling J, Braun S, Broadmeadow M, Elvira S, Gimeno BS, Le Thiec D, Oksanen E, Vandermeiren K, Wilkinson M, Emberson L. 2004. New critical levels for ozone effects on young trees based on AOT40 and simulated cumulative leaf uptake of ozone. Atmospheric Environment 38: 22832294.
  • Krause GH. 1988. Photoinhibition of photosynthesis. An evaluation of damaging and protective mechanisms. Physiologia Plantarum 74: 566574.
  • Lang M, Stober F, Lichtenthaler HK. 1991. Fluorescence emission spectra of plant leaves and plant constituents. Radiation and Environmental Biophysic 30: 333347.
  • Lichtenthaler HK, Schweiger J. 1998. Cell wall bound ferulic acid, the major substance of the blue-green fluorescence emission of plants. Journal of Plant Physiology 152: 272282.
  • Manes F, Donato E, Vitale M. 2001. Physiological response of Pinus halepensis needles under ozone and water stress conditions. Physiologia Plantarum 113: 249257.
  • Matyssek R, Wieser G, Nunn AJ, Kozovits AR, Reiter IM, Heerdt C, Winkler JB, Baumgarten M, Häberle KH, Grams TEE, Werner H, Fabian P, Havranek WM. 2004. Comparison between AOT40 and ozone uptake in forest trees of different species, age and site conditions. Atmospheric Environment 38: 22712281.
  • Mock HP, Heller W, Molina A, Neubohn B, Sandermann HJ, Grimm B. 1999. Expression of uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase or coproporphyrinogen oxidase antisense rna in tobacco induces pathogen defense responses conferring increased resistance to tobacco mosaic virus. Journal of Biological Chemistry 274: 42314238.
  • Novak K, Skelly JM, Schaub M, Kräuchi N, Hug C, Landolt W, Bleuler P. 2003. Ozone air pollution and foliar injury development on native plants of Switzerland. Environmental Pollution 125: 4152.
  • Nussbaum S, Geissmann M, Eggenberg P, Strasser RJ, Fuhrer J. 2001. Ozone sensitivity in herbaceous species as assessed by direct and modulated chlorophyll fluorescence techniques. Journal of Plant Physiology 158: 757766.
  • O'Brien TP, McCully ME. 1981. The Study of Plant Structure Principles and Selected Methods. Melbourne, Australia: Termacarphii.
  • Orendovici T, Skelly JM, Ferdinand JA, Savage JE, Sanz MJ, Smith GC. 2003. Response of native plants of northeastern United States and southern Spain to ozone exposure; determining exposure / response relationships. Environmental Pollution 125: 3140.
  • Pääkkönen E, Holopainen T, Kärenlampi L. 1997. Variation in ozone sensitivity among clones of Betula pendula and Betula pubescens. Environmental Pollution 9: 3744.
  • Pasqualini S, Piccioni C, Reale L, Ederli Della Torre G, Ferranti F. 2003. Ozone-induced cell death in tobacco cultivar Bel W3 plants. The role of programmed cell death in lesion formation. Plant Physiology 133: 11221134.
  • Pell EJ, Schlagnahfer CDE, Arteca RN. 1997. Ozone-induced oxidative stress: mechanisms of action and reaction. Physiologia Plantarum 100: 264273.
  • Polle A, Schwanz P, Rudolf C. 2001. Developmental and seasonal changes of stress responsiveness in beech leaves (Fagus sylvatica L.). Plant Cell and Environment 24: 821829.
  • Sandroni S, Bacci P, Boffa G, Pellegrini U, Ventura A. 1994. Tropospheric ozone in the pre-alpine and Alpine Regions. Science of Total Environment 156: 169182.
  • Schaub M, Skelly JM, Steiner KC, Davis DD, Pennypacker SP, Zhang J, Ferdinand JA, Savage JE, Stevenson RE. 2003. Physiological and foliar injury responses of Prunus serotina, Fraxinus americana, and Acer rubrum seedlings to varying soil moisture and ozone. Environmental Pollution 124: 307320.
  • Schraudner M, Langebartels C, Sandermann H. 1997. Changes in the biochemical status of plant cells induced by the environmental pollutant ozone. Physiologia Plantarum 100: 274280.
  • Soja G, Pfeifer U, Soja AM. 1998. Photosynthetic parameters as early indicators of ozone injury in apple leaves. Physiologia Plantarum 104: 639645.
  • Spurr A. 1969. A low viscosity epoxy resin embedding medium for electron microscopy. Journal of Ultrastructural Researches 26: 3143.
  • Steyn WJ, Wand SJE, Holcroft DM, Jacobs G. 2002. Anthocyanins in vegetative tissues: a proposed unified function in photoprotection. New Phytologist 155: 349361.
  • Strasser RJ, Govindjee, . 1992a. The F0 and the O-J-I-P fluorescence rise in higher plants and algae. In: Argyroudi-AkoyunoglouJH, ed. Regulation of Chloroplast Biogenesis. New York, USA: Plenum Press, 423426.
  • Strasser RJ, Govindjee, . 1992b. On the O-J-I-P fluorescence transient in leaves and D1 mutants of Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii. In: MurataN, ed. Research in Photosynthesis, Vol. 4 Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publisher, 2932.
  • Strasser RJ, Srivastava A, Govindjee. 1995. Polyphasic chlorophyll a fluorescence transient in plants and cyanobacteria. Photochemistry and Photobiology 61: 3242.
  • Strasser A, Srivastava A, Tsimilli-Michael M. 2000. The fluorescence transient as a tool to characterize and screen photosynthetic samples. In: YunusM, PathreU, MohantyP, eds. Probing Photosynthesis: Mechanisms, Regulation and Adaptation. London, UK: Taylor & Francis, 445483.
  • Strasser A, Tsimilli-Michael M, Srivastava A. 2004. Analysis of the fluorescence transient. In: PapageorgiouGC, Govindjee, eds. Chlorophyll Fluorescence: a Signature of Photosynthesis. Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration Series, Vol. 19. Springer.
  • Strohm M, Eiblmeier M, Langebartels C, Jouanin L, Polle A, Sandermann H, Rennenberg H. 1999. Responses of transgenic poplar (Populus tremula × P. alba) overexpressing glutathione synthetase or glutathione reductase to acute ozone stress: visible injury and leaf gas exchange. Journal of Experimental Botany 50: 363372.
  • VanderHeyden DJ, Skelly JM, Innes JL, Hug C, Zhang J, Landolt W, Bleuler P. 2001. Ozone exposure thresholds and foliar injury on forest plants in Switzerland. Environmental Pollution 111: 321331.
  • Vecchi R, Valli G. 1999. Ozone assessment in the southern part of the Alps. Atmospheric Environment 33: 97109.
  • Vollenweider P, Ottiger M, Günthard-Goerg MS. 2003. Validation of leaf ozone symptoms in natural vegetation using microscopical methods. Environmental Pollution 124: 101118.
  • Werner HY. 1992. Das Indigopapier – Sensitives Element zum Aufbau von Passivammlern zur Messung von Ozonimmissionen. Forstl. Forschungberichte, Munchen. Schriftenreihe der Forstwissenschatlichen Fakultät der Universitat München und der Bayerischen Landesanstalt für Wald und Forstwirtschaft n. 122.
  • Wieser G, Hecke K, Tausz N, Häberle KH, Grams TEE, Matyssek R. 2003. The influence of microclimate and tree age on the defense capacity of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) against oxidative stress. Annals of Forest Sciences 60: 131135.
  • Wohlgemuth H, Mittelstrass K, Kschieschan S, Bender J, Weigel HJ, Overmyer K, Kangasjärvi J, Sandermann H, Langebartels C. 2002. Activation of an oxidative burst is a general feature of sensitive plants exposed to the air pollutant ozone. Plant Cell and Environment 25: 717726.
  • Working Group on Air Quality. 2003. Ozone Injury on European Forest Ecosystems: sub-manual for the assessment of ozone injury on European Forest Ecosystems. Available on: http://www.gva.es/ceam/ICP.forests.
  • Zhang J, Ferdinand JA, Vanderheyden DJ, Skelly JM, Innes JL. 2001. Variation of gas exchange within native plant species of Switzerland and relationships with ozone injury: an open-top experiment. Environmental Pollution 113: 177185.