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Access to the article is free, however registration and sign-in are required. Nitrogen oxide radicals, NOx, play an important role in atmospheric processes from acid rain to tropospheric ozone formation. Several large sources and sinks for NOx are known, but as Lerdau et al. discuss in their Perspective, the role of vegetation as a sink or source of NOx remains controversial. This is an important problem because NOx emission processes must be understood to be able to predict future environmental impacts.
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