A novel, high-throughput method for sampling volatiles in the field


Can Insect Damage Improve Tea Quality In a Changing Climate?

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A New Method For Sampling Plant Volatiles in the Field

🏆 Second place winning 15 minute talk.

Generating and analyzing metabolomic data from tea plant volatiles

Poster presentation. Brewed tea is a complex mixture of thousands of organic compounds, many of which change in response to environmental growing conditions and contribute to aroma, taste, and health beneficial qualities. Analyzing such a complex …

Non-linear effects of tea green leafhopper (Empoasca onukii) density on tea (Camellia sinensis) secondary metabolites and implications for tea quality.

Plant metabolic responses to herbivory are generally elucidated using experiments that compare the metabolite concentrations in attacked plants to un-attacked plants. In these experiments, herbivore density is often arbitrary, and may only elicit one …