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    Author(s): Deidre M. Jaeger; Justin B. RunyonBryce A. Richardson
    Date: 2016
    Source: New Phytologist. 211: 1393-1401.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) play important roles in the environmental adaptation and fitness of plants. Comparison of the qualitative and quantitative differences in VOCs among closely related taxa and assessing the effects of environment on their emissions are important steps to deducing VOC function and evolutionary importance.

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    Jaeger, Deidre M.; Runyon, Justin B.; Richardson, Bryce A. 2016. Signals of speciation: Volatile organic compounds resolve closely related sagebrush taxa, suggesting their importance in evolution. New Phytologist. 211: 1393-1401.

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    Keywords

    Artemisia tridentata, common garden, dynamic headspace, GC-MS, plant volatiles, Random Forest

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