Publications & Press
Eric R. Scott
Using the right tool for the job: Understanding the difference between unsupervised and supervised analyses of multivariate ecological data
webchem: An R Package to Retrieve Chemical Information from the Web
Changes in tea plant secondary metabolite profiles as a function of leafhopper density and damage
Combined impacts of prolonged drought and warming on plant size and foliar chemistry
Differential Changes in Tea Quality as Influenced by Insect Herbivory
Interactive effects of drought severity and simulated herbivory on tea (Camellia sinensis) volatile and non-volatile metabolites
Striking changes in tea metabolites due to elevational effects
Exogenous melatonin alleviates cold stress by promoting antioxidant defense and redox homeostasis in Camellia sinensis L.
Direct Contact Sorptive Extraction: A Robust Method for Sampling Plant Volatiles in the Field
A novel, high-throughput method for sampling volatiles in the field
Can Insect Damage Improve Tea Quality In a Changing Climate?
Generating and analyzing metabolomic data from tea plant volatiles