Combinations of abiotic factors differentially alter production of plant secondary metabolites in five woody plant species in the boreal-temperate transition zone

John L. Berini, Stephen A. Brockman, Adrian D. Hegeman, Peter B. Reich, Ranjan Muthukrishnan, Rebecca A. Montgomery, James D. Forester

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number1257
JournalFrontiers in Plant Science
Volume9
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 5 2018

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Funding Information:
This work was supported by the Office of Science (BER), United States Department of Energy (385 Grant No. DEFG02-07ER64456), the NSF Plant Genome Research Program (Grant Nos. IOS-0923960 and IOS-1238812), the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science to Achieve Results Graduate Fellowship (Grant No. F13B20220), the Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund (Grant No. M.L. 2014, Chap. 226, Sec. 2, Subd. 05l), the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota, and the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Projects MIN-42-030, MIN-42-060 and MIN-41-020.

Keywords

  • Balsam fir
  • Beaked hazel
  • PSM diversity
  • Paper birch
  • Phytochemical turnover
  • Red maple
  • Trembling aspen
  • Untargeted metabolomics

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