Lucian Copolovici
Lucian Copolovici
Profesor de ecologie, Universitatatea Aurel Vlaicu
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Drought-tolerance of wheat improved by rhizosphere bacteria from harsh environments: enhanced biomass production and reduced emissions of stress volatiles
S Timmusk, IA Abd El-Daim, L Copolovici, T Tanilas, A Kännaste, ...
PloS one 9 (5), e96086, 2014
Importance of leaf anatomy in determining mesophyll diffusion conductance to CO2 across species: quantitative limitations and scaling up by models
M Tomás, J Flexas, L Copolovici, J Galmés, L Hallik, H Medrano, ...
Journal of experimental botany 64 (8), 2269-2281, 2013
Quantitative patterns between plant volatile emissions induced by biotic stresses and the degree of damage
Ü Niinemets, A Kännaste, L Copolovici
Frontiers in Plant Science 4, 262, 2013
Estimations of isoprenoid emission capacity from enclosure studies: measurements, data processing, quality and standardized measurement protocols
Ü Niinemets, U Kuhn, PC Harley, M Staudt, A Arneth, A Cescatti, ...
Biogeosciences 8 (8), 2209-2246, 2011
Emissions of green leaf volatiles and terpenoids from Solanum lycopersicum are quantitatively related to the severity of cold and heat shock treatments
L Copolovici, A Kännaste, L Pazouki, Ü Niinemets
Journal of plant physiology 169 (7), 664-672, 2012
The Capacity for Thermal Protection of Photosynthetic Electron Transport Varies for Different Monoterpenes in Quercus ilex
LO Copolovici, I Filella, J Llusia, U Niinemets, J Penuelas
Plant Physiology 139 (1), 485-496, 2005
Volatile organic compound emissions from Alnus glutinosa under interacting drought and herbivory stresses
L Copolovici, A Kännaste, T Remmel, Ü Niinemets
Environmental and Experimental Botany 100, 55-63, 2014
Flooding induced emissions of volatile signalling compounds in three tree species with differing waterlogging tolerance
Plant, Cell & Environment 33 (9), 1582-1594, 2010
Volatile Emissions from Alnus glutionosa Induced by Herbivory are Quantitatively Related to the Extent of Damage
L Copolovici, A Kännaste, T Remmel, V Vislap, Ü Niinemets
Journal of Chemical Ecology 37, 18-28, 2011
Effects of nitrogen fertilization on insect pests, their parasitoids, plant diseases and volatile organic compounds in Brassica napus
E Veromann, M Toome, A Kännaste, R Kaasik, L Copolovici, J Flink, ...
Crop protection 43, 79-88, 2013
Leaf rust induced volatile organic compounds signalling in willow during the infection
M Toome, P Randjärv, L Copolovici, Ü Niinemets, K Heinsoo, A Luik, ...
Planta 232, 235-243, 2010
Characterization of atmospheric aerosols at a forested site in Central Europe
I Kourtchev, L Copolovici, M Claeys, W Maenhaut
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (13), 4665-4671, 2009
Postillumination isoprene emission: in vivo measurements of dimethylallyldiphosphate pool size and isoprene synthase kinetics in aspen leaves
B Rasulov, L Copolovici, A Laisk, U Niinemets
Plant Physiology 149 (3), 1609-1618, 2009
Diffuse Water Pollution by Anthraquinone and Azo Dyes in Environment Importantly Alters Foliage Volatiles, Carotenoids and Physiology in Wheat (Triticum aestivum)
F Copaciu, O Opriş, V Coman, D Ristoiu, Ü Niinemets, L Copolovici
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 224, 1-11, 2013
Influence of nine antibiotics on key secondary metabolites and physiological characteristics in Triticum aestivum: leaf volatiles as a promising new tool to assess toxicity
O Opriş, F Copaciu, ML Soran, D Ristoiu, Ü Niinemets, L Copolovici
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 87, 70-79, 2013
Temperature dependencies of Henry’s law constants and octanol/water partition coefficients for key plant volatile monoterpenoids
LO Copolovici, Ü Niinemets
Chemosphere 61 (10), 1390-1400, 2005
Temperature responses of the Rubisco maximum carboxylase activity across domains of life: phylogenetic signals, trade-offs, and importance for carbon gain
J Galmes, MV Kapralov, LO Copolovici, C Hermida-Carrera, Ü Niinemets
Photosynthesis research 123, 183-201, 2015
Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry method for determination of biogenic volatile organic compounds emitted by plants
A Kännaste, L Copolovici, Ü Niinemets
Plant isoprenoids: methods and protocols, 161-169, 2014
High within‐canopy variation in isoprene emission potentials in temperate trees: Implications for predicting canopy‐scale isoprene fluxes
Ü Niinemets, L Copolovici, K Hüve
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G4), 2010
Environmental impacts on plant volatile emission
L Copolovici, Ü Niinemets
Deciphering chemical language of plant communication, 35-59, 2016
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