Francesco Loreto
Francesco Loreto
University of Naples Federico II and CNR
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Diffusive and Metabolic Limitations to Photosynthesis under Drought and Salinity in C3 Plants
J Flexas, J Bota, F Loreto, G Cornic, TD Sharkey
Plant biology 6 (3), 269-279, 2004
12802004
Isoprene produced by leaves protects the photosynthetic apparatus against ozone damage, quenches ozone products, and reduces lipid peroxidation of cellular membranes
F Loreto, V Velikova
Plant Physiology 127 (4), 1781-1787, 2001
9122001
Abiotic stresses and induced BVOCs
F Loreto, JP Schnitzler
Trends in plant science 15 (3), 154-166, 2010
7402010
Theoretical considerations when estimating the mesophyll conductance to CO2 flux by analysis of the response of photosynthesis to CO2
PC Harley, F Loreto, G Di Marco, TD Sharkey
Plant physiology 98 (4), 1429-1436, 1992
7341992
Atmospheric composition change: ecosystems–atmosphere interactions
D Fowler, K Pilegaard, MA Sutton, P Ambus, M Raivonen, J Duyzer, ...
Atmospheric Environment 43 (33), 5193-5267, 2009
6172009
A unified mechanism of action for volatile isoprenoids in plant abiotic stress
CE Vickers, J Gershenzon, MT Lerdau, F Loreto
Nature chemical biology 5 (5), 283-291, 2009
5822009
Practical approaches to plant volatile analysis
D Tholl, W Boland, A Hansel, F Loreto, USR Röse, JP Schnitzler
The plant journal 45 (4), 540-560, 2006
5462006
Water stress, temperature, and light effects on the capacity for isoprene emission and photosynthesis of kudzu leaves
TD Sharkey, F Loreto
Oecologia 95 (3), 328-333, 1993
4301993
Physiological and physicochemical controls on foliar volatile organic compound emissions
Ü Niinemets, F Loreto, M Reichstein
Trends in plant science 9 (4), 180-186, 2004
4232004
Estimation of mesophyll conductance to CO2 flux by three different methods
F Loreto, PC Harley, G Di Marco, TD Sharkey
Plant physiology 98 (4), 1437-1443, 1992
4181992
The use of low [CO2] to estimate diffusional and non‐diffusional limitations of photosynthetic capacity of salt‐stressed olive saplings
M Centritto, F Loreto, K Chartzoulakis
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (4), 585-594, 2003
3742003
Physiological responses of forest trees to heat and drought
H Rennenberg, F Loreto, A Polle, F Brilli, S Fares, RS Beniwal, A Gessler
Plant Biology 8 (5), 556-571, 2006
3702006
Gas-exchange properties of salt-stressed olive (Olea europea L.) leaves
G Bongi, F Loreto
Plant physiology 90 (4), 1408-1416, 1989
3491989
Ozone quenching properties of isoprene and its antioxidant role in leaves
F Loreto, M Mannozzi, C Maris, P Nascetti, F Ferranti, S Pasqualini
Plant Physiology 126 (3), 993-1000, 2001
3202001
Restrictions to carbon dioxide conductance and photosynthesis in spinach leaves recovering from salt stress
S Delfine, A Alvino, MC Villani, F Loreto
Plant Physiology 119 (3), 1101-1106, 1999
3101999
A gas-exchange study of photosynthesis and isoprene emission in Quercus rubra L.
F Loreto, TD Sharkey
Planta 182 (4), 523-531, 1990
3071990
Impact of ozone on monoterpene emissions and evidence for an isoprene-like antioxidant action of monoterpenes emitted by Quercus ilex leaves
F Loreto, P Pinelli, F Manes, H Kollist
Tree physiology 24 (4), 361-367, 2004
3042004
On the induction of volatile organic compound emissions by plants as consequence of wounding or fluctuations of light and temperature
F Loreto, C Barta, F Brilli, I Nogues
Plant, cell & environment 29 (9), 1820-1828, 2006
2972006
Photosynthetic limitations in olive cultivars with different sensitivity to salt stress
F Loreto, M Centritto, K Chartzoulakis
Plant, Cell & Environment 26 (4), 595-601, 2003
2862003
Determining photosynthetic parameters from leaf CO2 exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence (ribulose-1, 5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase specificity factor, dark respiration …
A Laisk, F Loreto
Plant Physiology 110 (3), 903-912, 1996
2631996
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