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Emission and Function of Volatile Organic Compounds in Response to Abiotic Stress

By Francesco Spinelli, Antonio Cellini, Livia Marchetti, Karthik Mudigere Nagesh and Chiara Piovene

Submitted: December 2nd 2010Reviewed: May 13th 2011Published: September 22nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24155

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Francesco Spinelli, Antonio Cellini, Livia Marchetti, Karthik Mudigere Nagesh and Chiara Piovene (September 22nd 2011). Emission and Function of Volatile Organic Compounds in Response to Abiotic Stress, Abiotic Stress in Plants Arun Shanker, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/24155. Available from:

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