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Abbreviation : BVOCs
Long Form : biogenic volatile organic compounds
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from Pinus massoniana and Schima superba seedlings: Their responses to foliar and soil application of nitrogen. FAN, SAN
2020 Environmental and physiological controls on diurnal and seasonal patterns of biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from five dominant woody species under field conditions. ---
2020 Investigation of Primary and Secondary Particulate Brown Carbon in Two Chinese Cities of Xi'an and Hong Kong in Wintertime. BrC
2020 Modified regional biogenic VOC emissions with actual ozone stress and integrated land cover information: A case study in Yangtze River Delta, China. EFs, ISOP, MEGAN, YRD
2020 Therapeutic Potential of Volatile Terpenes and Terpenoids from Forests for Inflammatory Diseases. ---
2020 Wildfire effects on BVOC emissions from boreal forest floor on permafrost soil in Siberia. SOM
2019 Coral endosymbionts (Symbiodiniaceae) emit species-specific volatilomes that shift when exposed to thermal stress. ---
2019 Dominant volatile organic compounds (VOCs) measured at four Cannabis growing facilities: Pilot study results. VOCs
2019 Emission of constitutive isoprene, induced monoterpenes, and other volatiles under high temperatures in Eucalyptus camaldulensis: A 13 C labelling study. ---
10  2019 Essential oils, asthma, thunderstorms, and plant gases: a prospective study of respiratory response to ambient biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs). PEF
11  2019 Influence of physiological and environmental factors on the diurnal variation in emissions of biogenic volatile compounds from Pinus tabuliformis. ---
12  2019 Interannual and Seasonal Dynamics of Volatile Organic Compound Fluxes From the Boreal Forest Floor. VOC
13  2019 Modelling the effect of the 2018 summer heatwave and drought on isoprene emissions in a UK woodland. PAR, SWC
14  2019 [Fast online two-dimensional analysis of monoterpenes using multi-capillary column high-pressure photoionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry]. GC-MS, HPPI-TOF MS, LODs, MCC
15  2019 [Inventory and Characteristics of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (BVOCs) for 12 Deciduous Fruit Trees]. HAPs
16  2018 Contribution of volatile organic compound fluxes to the ecosystem carbon budget of a poplar short-rotation plantation. NEE, SOA, SRC
17  2018 Emission of volatile organic compounds from plants shows a biphasic pattern within an hormetic context. ---
18  2018 Flux of the biogenic volatiles isoprene and dimethyl sulfide from an oligotrophic lake. DMS
19  2018 Green leaf volatile production by plants: a meta-analysis. GLVs
20  2018 Impact of warming, moderate nitrogen addition and bark herbivory on BVOC emissions and growth of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seedlings. MT, Pn
21  2018 Impact on short-lived climate forcers increases projected warming due to deforestation. RF, SLCFs
22  2018 Observation of nighttime new particle formation over the French Landes forest. NPF
23  2018 Plant specific emission pattern of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) from common plant species of Central India. AABR, TAVOC
24  2018 Real-time carbon allocation into biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) and respiratory carbon dioxide (CO2) traced by PTR-TOF-MS, 13CO2 laser spectroscopy and 13C-pyruvate labelling. BVOC
25  2018 The effect of ozone fumigation on the biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) emitted from Brassica napus above- and below-ground. SRI-ToF-MS
26  2018 Volatile diterpene emission by two Mediterranean Cistaceae shrubs. ---
27  2018 [Effects of Elevated Ozone on Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (BVOCs) Emission: A Review]. ---
28  2017 Air quality and health effects of biogenic volatile organic compounds emissions from urban green spaces and the mitigation strategies. ---
29  2017 Impact on short-lived climate forcers (SLCFs) from a realistic land-use change scenario via changes in biogenic emissions. LUC, SLCFs
30  2017 Indoor secondary organic aerosols formation from ozonolysis of monoterpene: An example of d-limonene with ammonia and potential impacts on pulmonary inflammations. BALF, IL-10, IL-6, SOAs, TNF-alpha
31  2016 Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions along a high arctic soil moisture gradient. ---
32  2016 Canopy level emissions of 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol, monoterpenes, and sesquiterpenes from an experimental Pinus taeda plantation. LAI, MBO, MEGAN, REA
33  2016 Differential controls by climate and physiology over the emission rates of biogenic volatile organic compounds from mature trees in a semi-arid pine forest. ---
34  2016 Evident elevation of atmospheric monoterpenes due to degradation-induced species changes in a semi-arid grassland. ---
35  2016 Heterogeneous Reactions of Limonene on Mineral Dust: Impacts of Adsorbed Water and Nitric Acid. SOA
36  2016 Highly Oxidized RO2 Radicals and Consecutive Products from the Ozonolysis of Three Sesquiterpenes. HOMs
37  2016 Isolation of isoprene degrading bacteria from soils, development of isoA gene probes and identification of the active isoprene-degrading soil community using DNA-stable isotope probing. PCR
38  2016 Language of plants: Where is the word? ---
39  2016 OH-Radical Oxidation of Surface-Active cis-Pinonic Acid at the Air-Water Interface. ---
40  2016 Optical Properties of Secondary Organic Aerosol from cis-3-Hexenol and cis-3-Hexenyl Acetate: Effect of Chemical Composition, Humidity, and Phase. CCN, CHA, GLVs, HXL, SOA
41  2016 Shoot-level terpenoids emission in Norway spruce (Picea abies) under natural field and manipulated laboratory conditions. ---
42  2016 Warming increases isoprene emissions from an arctic fen. GEP
43  2015 Biogenic volatile organic compound analyses by PTR-TOF-MS: Calibration, humidity effect and reduced electric field dependency. GLVs, PTR-TOF-MS, RH
44  2015 Climate change-induced vegetation change as a driver of increased subarctic biogenic volatile organic compound emissions. ---
45  2015 Diel Variation of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound Emissions--A field Study in the Sub, Low and High Arctic on the Effect of Temperature and Light. ---
46  2015 Ecosystem-scale volatile organic compound fluxes duringan extreme drought in a broadleaf temperate forestof the Missouri Ozarks (central USA). GPP, NEE
47  2015 Effect of land-use change and management on biogenic volatile organic compound emissions--selecting climate-smart cultivars. LUC
48  2015 Investigation on minimum ignition energy of mixtures of alpha-pinene-benzene/air. AFF, MIE
49  2015 Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Enables Observations of Previously Undetectable Secondary Organic Aerosol Components at the Individual Particle Level. SERS, SOA
50  2015 Uncovering the volatile nature of tropical coastal marine ecosystems in a changing world. DMS
51  2014 A plant chamber system with downstream reaction chamber to study the effects of pollution on biogenic emissions. PTR-TOF-MS
52  2014 Biogenic volatile emissions from the soil. ---
53  2014 Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from vegetation fires. ---
54  2014 Generation of sub-ppb level vapor phase mixtures of biogenic volatile organic compounds from liquid phase standards and stepwise characterization of their volatilization properties by thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. HS, STs, TD-GC-MS
55  2014 Plant volatiles and the environment. ---
56  2014 Recent Advances in the Application of Metabolomics to Studies of Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (BVOC) Produced by Plant. BVOC
57  2014 Secondary organic aerosol formation and organic nitrate yield from NO3 oxidation of biogenic hydrocarbons. SOA
58  2013 Characterization of Halyomorpha halys (brown marmorated stink bug) biogenic volatile organic compound emissions and their role in secondary organic aerosol formation. CCNC, GC/MS, SMPS
59  2013 Evidence of aqueous secondary organic aerosol formation from biogenic emissions in the North American Sonoran Desert. OC, WSOC
60  2013 Observations of diurnal to weekly variations of monoterpene-dominated fluxes of volatile organic compounds from mediterranean forests: implications for regional modeling. BEFs, PTR-TOF-MS
61  2013 Off-season biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from heath mesocosms: responses to vegetation cutting. ---
62  2013 Ozone-driven secondary organic aerosol production chain. SOA
63  2013 Quantitative and qualitative sensing techniques for biogenic volatile organic compounds and their oxidation products. LIF, SOA
64  2013 Spatio-temporal variation of biogenic volatile organic compounds emissions in China. OVOCs
65  2013 Synergistic impacts of anthropogenic and biogenic emissions on summer surface O3 in East Asia. AVOCs, NOx, RAQM
66  2012 Dry Deposition of Biogenic Terpenes via Cationic Oligomerization on Environmental Aqueous Surfaces. ---
67  2012 Insights into ozone deposition patterns from decade-long ozone flux measurements over a mixed temperate forest. ---
68  2012 Organosulfates in humic-like substance fraction isolated from aerosols at seven locations in East Asia: a study by ultra-high-resolution mass spectrometry. DBE, ESI, HULIS, OS, PRD, UHR-MS
69  2012 Qualitative and quantitative characterization of volatile organic compound emissions from cut grass. GLV
70  2011 Chemical ionization by [NO]+ and subsequent collision-induced dissociation for the selective on-line detection of monoterpenes and linalool. CID, CIMS, FATMS
71  2011 Detection of plant volatiles after leaf wounding and darkening by proton transfer reaction "time-of-flight" mass spectrometry (PTR-TOF). GLVs, PTR-TOF, PTR-TOF
72  2011 Photochemical modeling of the Ozark isoprene volcano: MEGAN, BEIS, and their impacts on air quality predictions. BEIS, MEGAN, SOC
73  2011 Rapid differentiation of three Chamaecyparis species (Cupressaceae) grown in Taiwan using solid-phase microextraction-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, cluster analysis, and principal component analysis. CA, PCA
74  2011 The tree BVOC index. SIP
75  2010 Abiotic stresses and induced BVOCs. ---
76  2010 Biogenic volatile organic compounds and plant competition. ---
77  2010 BVOCs and global change. ---
78  2010 Emissions of biogenic VOC from forest ecosystems in central Europe: estimation and comparison with anthropogenic emission inventory. ---
79  2010 Induced BVOCs: how to bug our models? ---
80  2010 Poplar volatiles - biosynthesis, regulation and (eco)physiology of isoprene and stress-induced isoprenoids. ---
81  2010 Quantitative determination of biogenic volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere using proton-transfer reaction linear ion trap mass spectrometry. PROPHET, PTR-LIT
82  2010 Sesquiterpenoid emissions from agricultural crops: correlations to monoterpenoid emissions and leaf terpene content. MNTs, SQTs
83  2009 Isoprene, monoterpene, and sesquiterpene oxidation products in the high Arctic aerosols during late winter to early summer. OC, SOA
84  2008 Polar organic marker compounds in PM2.5 aerosol from a mixed forest site in western Germany. ---
85  2008 Reduction of biogenic VOC sampling losses from ozone via trans-2-butene addition. ---
86  2006 Biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) emissions from Abies alba in a French forest. ---
87  2005 [Research advances in the effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and ozone on biogenic VOCs emission]. ---
88  2004 A direct quantitative analysis method for monitoring biogenic volatile organic compounds released from leaves of Pelargonium hortorum in situ. HS-SPME
89  2004 Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs. ---
90  2004 On-site monitoring of biogenic emissions from Eucalyptus dunnii leaves using membrane extraction with sorbent interface combined with a portable gas chromatograph system. ---
91  2003 BVOCs: plant defense against climate warming? ---
92  1999 Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions (BVOCs). I. Identifications from three continental sites in the U.S. GC, MS
93  1999 Biogenic volatile organic compound emissions (BVOCs). II. Landscape flux potentials from three continental sites in the U.S. ---