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  Poster Programme - BG1.03 Biological processes related to trace gas emissions. (co-listed in AS) (co-sponsored by iLEAPS)

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Convener: Kesselmeier, J.
Co-Convener: Schnitzler, J.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 28 April 2005 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Thursday, 28 April 2005 08:00 -
Thursday, 28 April 2005 19:00
Poster Area: Hall X

Chairperson: SCHNITZLER, J.P.

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EGU05-A-00347;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0187
Thompson, A; Park, S; Firestone, M; Amundson, R; Boering, K
Causes of 15N site preference in N2O produced via biological denitrification (solicited)

EGU05-A-01046;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0188
Forte, A.; Fierro, A.; Di Tommasi, P.; Magliulo, V.; Virzo De Santo, A.
Soil denitrifying and nitrifying activities and their different contribution to N2O emission from a Mediterranean irrigated cropland.

EGU05-A-01754;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0189
Neftel, A.; Flechard, C.; Conen, F.
Evidence for high nitrogen turnover rate in agricultural soil by N2O production and consumption (solicited)

EGU05-A-06183;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0190
Nishimura, S; Sawamoto, T; Akiyama, H; Sudo, S; Cheng, W; Yagi, K
N2O Emission from a Drained Paddy Field

EGU05-A-02033;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0191
Ambus, P.; Zechmeister-Boltenstern, S.
Sources of nitrous oxide among European coniferous and deciduous forest types

EGU05-A-00811;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0192
Chaparro, G.; Thielmann, A.; Meixner, F.X.; Kesselmeier, J.
Exchange of atmospheric NO2 between trees and the atmosphere in relation to physiological and environmental parameters

EGU05-A-00666;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0193
Van Diest, H.; Kesselmeier, J.
Soil water content as the dominant parameter for the uptake of carbonyl sulphide by soils

EGU05-A-01175;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0194
Ngwabie, N.M.; Custer, T.G.; Schade, G.W.; Linke, S.; Hinz, T.
Mixing ratio measurements and flux estimates of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from a cowshed with conventional manure treatment indicate significant emissions to the atmosphere

EGU05-A-02232;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0195
Rapparini, F.; Nardino, M.; Baraldi, R.; Georgiadis, T.; Poluzzi, V.; Fortezza, F.; Tositti, L.; Mandrini, S.; Guenther, A.
effect of urban vegetation on city's enviroment of bologna, italy

EGU05-A-02978;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0196
Tiiva, P.; Rinnan, R.; Holopainen, T.; Holopainen, J.K.
Elevated ozone concentration and ultraviolet radiation may change isoprene emission from northern peatlands -first observations

EGU05-A-03005;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0197
Beauchamp , J.; Hansel, A.; Kleist, E.; Miebach, M.; Niinemets, Y.; Wildt, J.; Wisthaler, A.
Stress induced emission of biogenic VOC: Induced sesquiterpene emissions from ozone exposed tobacco

EGU05-A-03010;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0198
Steindel, F.; Beauchamp, J. ; Hansel, A.; Kesselmeier, J.; Kleist, E.; Kuhn, U.; Wisthaler, A.; Wildt, J.
Stress induced VOC emissions from mildew infested oak. (solicited)

EGU05-A-05404;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0199
Penuelas, J.; Filella, I.; Stefanescu, C.; LLusia, J.
Herbivore-feeding induces large foliar emissions of methanol by Succisa pratensis (solicited)

EGU05-A-05456;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0200
Filella, I.; Penuelas, J.; Llusia, J.
Application of jasmonic acid enhances the emissions of monoterpenes and methyl salicylate and decreases the uptake of formaldehyde by Quercus ilex

EGU05-A-04606;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0201
Staudt, M.; Chuine, I.
Effects of an experimental increase of temperature and drought on isoprenoid emissions from Mediterranean ecosystems (solicited)

EGU05-A-04663;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0202
Lavoir, A.-V.; Quétier, F.; Joffre, R.; Rambal, S.; Staudt, M.
Monoterpene emission and tolerance to photostress of Quercus ilex and Quercus suber provenances

EGU05-A-05143;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0203
Teuber, M.; Kreuzwieser, J.; Zimmer, I.; Schnitzler, J.-P.
Influence of salt stress on biosynthesis and emission of BVOC from grey poplar (Populus x canescens)

EGU05-A-08940;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0204
Beauchamp, J.; Hansel, A.; Kleist, E.; Miebach, M.; Niinemets, Ü.; Wisthaler, A.; Wildt, J.
Stress-induced emissions of biogenic VOCs: The effects of ozone exposure on tobacco plants

EGU05-A-08758;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0205
Graus, M.; Kreuzwieser, J.; Schnitzler, J.P.; Heizmann, U.; Rennenberg, H.; Wisthaler, A.; Hansel, A.
Contribution of Different Carbon Sources to Isoprene Biosynthesis in Poplar Leaves

EGU05-A-00690;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0206
Bracho Nunez, A.; Kesselmeier, J.
Increase of monoterpene emissions after artificially induced stomatal closure (solicited)

EGU05-A-04602;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0207
Simon, E.; Meixner, F.X.; Kesselmeier, J.
A neural approach to predict emissions of volatile organic compounds by plants

EGU05-A-06043;  BG1.03-1TH5P-0208
Kourtidis, K.
Did methyl halides play a role in the Permian-Triassic extinctions?

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