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  List of Accepted Contributions - BG1.03 Biological processes and regulations related to biosphere-atmosphere exchange of trace gases (co-listed in AS)

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Hüve, K.; Christ, M.; Kleist, E.; Niinemets, Ü.; Uerlings, R.; Walter, A.; Wildt, J.
Methanol emissions from plants: interacting controls by growth rate and stomatal openness

Rosenstiel, T.; Fall, R.; Monson, R.
Substrate versus enzyme controls over isoprene emission from poplar leaves grown at elevated CO2 concentration

Wang, X.; Yi, Z.; Sheng, G.; Fu, J.
Air-soil exchange of carbonyl sulfide in tropical forests in China

Gros, V.; Bonsang, B.; Sarda-Estève, R.; Teutsch, V.; Bluhm, K.; Zoellner, E.; Peeken, I.
Carbon monoxide and non-methane hydrocarbons emissions by phytoplankton: preliminary results from laboratory experiments

Smythe-Wright, D; Boswell, S; Breithaupf, P
Methyl iodide production in the ocean: implications for Climate Change

Zygmuntowski, M.; Viville, D.; Najjar, G.; Kastendeuch, P.
Turbulent CO2 and H2O fluxes measurements over a wheat field in the Upper Rhine Valley (Project INTERREG IIIa 3c.10)

Staudt, M.; Lhoutellier, L.
Gypsy moth feeding (Lymantria dispar) triggers local and systemic changes in the constitutive production of monoterpenes and induces the production of new volatiles in leaves of the evergreen Holm oak (Quercus ilex).

Brilli, F.; Fortunati, A.; Barta, C.; Centritto, M.; Loreto, F.
The contribution of different carbon sources to isoprene synthesis during and after drought in Populus alba leaves

Barta, C; Loreto, F ; Velikova, V
The relationship between the emission of volatile isoprenoids and abscisic acid biosynthetic pathway(s) in leaves

Andres-Montaner, D.; Zimmer, I.; Steigner, D.; Fischbach, R.J.; Schnitzler, J.-P.
Monoterpene formation in evergreen leaves of Holm oak (Quercus ilex L.) is not affected by mechanical wounding

Conner Gausepohl, S.; Denning, A.S.; Berry, J.; Montzka, S.; Baker, I.; Kleist, J.
Assessing the seasonal cycle of simulated photosynthesis using carbonyl sulfide (COS) at a continental mixed forest site

Inatomi, M.; Ito, A.; Toda, S.; Kaneko, H.; Koizumi, H.
Development of a process-based model for analyzing the land-atmosphere exchange of CO2, CH4, and N2O: plot-scale study in a temperate deciduous forest in central Japan

Chaparro-Suarez, I.G.; Thielmann, A.; Meixner, F.X.; Kesselmeier, J.
Re-investigation of the nitrogen dioxide (NO2) uptake by tree species.

Van Diest, H.; Kesselmeier, J.
Exchange of Carbonyl sulfide (COS) between soils and the atmosphere depends on diffusivity dominated by water filled pore space

Flessa, H.; Jungkunst, H.; Fiedler, S.
Greenhouse gas emissions from hydromorphic forest soils: effect of soil type and ground water table

Vieten, B.; Conen, F.; Neftel, A.; Blunier, T.
The Turnover of N2O in Soils at low O2 Concentrations

Schaub, A.; Graus, M. ; Blande, J. ; Holopainen, J. ; Hansel, A.
PTR-MS and GC-MS measurements of herbivore induced VOC emissions

Weymann, D.; Well, R.; von der Heide, C.; Flessa, H.
Kinetic Parameters characterizing Production and Reduction of nitrous oxide during Denitrification in the saturated Zone

Noe, S.M.; Hüve, K.; Niinemets, Ü.; Wildt, J.; Kleist, E.
Modeling foliar methanol emissions from cotton leaves

Keppler, F.; Hamilton, J.; Braß, M.; Röckmann, T.
An overlooked major source of atmospheric methane: In situ formation in plants

Gustafsson, M.; Klemedtsson, L.; Nilsson , M.; Sikström, U.
Wood ash fertilization of a forested drained bog did not affect soil CO2 flux, but slightly increased CH4 emissions

Dindorf, T.; Kuhn, U.; Dindorf, W.; Schebeske, G.; Kesselmeier, J.
Measuring the exchange of total volatile organic carbon from European beech

Seguin, M.; Eaton, S.; Burridge, C.; Norman, A.; Wadleigh, M.; Sharma, S.
DMS oxidation products from the spring and summer 2003 over the North Atlantic (withdrawn)

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