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Physiological aspects of water and plant life.

William Michael Muir Baron

Physiological aspects of water and plant life.

by William Michael Muir Baron

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Published by Heinemann in London .
Written in English


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SeriesScholarship series in biology
The Physical Object
Pagination146p.,ill.,20cm
Number of Pages146
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22025853M

Summary. Continuous discoveries in plant and crop physiology have resulted in an abundance of new information since the publication of the second edition of the Handbook of Plant and Crop Physiology, necessitating a new edition to cover the latest advances in the its predecessors, the Third Edition offers a unique, complete collection of topics in plant and crop .   Urea is the major nitrogen (N) form supplied as fertilizer in agriculture, but it is also an important N metabolite in plants. Urea transport and assimilation were investigated in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). Uptake studies using 15N-labeled urea demonstrated the capacity of Arabidopsis to absorb urea and that the urea uptake was regulated by the initial N Cited by:

Book Contents About the Book Physical, Chemical and Biological Aspects of Water is a component of Encyclopedia of Water Sciences, Engineering and Technology Resources in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty one Encyclopedias. This book brings together an unrivalled collection of leading practitioners in the discipline from North America, Europe and Australia and adopts a broad approach, ranging from the molecular to the ecosystem level. It has proven a valuable tool for researchers and advanced students in the discipline. Category: Nature Physiological Plant Ecology.

Offering over useful tables, equations, drawings, photographs, and micrographs, the book covers cellular and molecular aspects of plant and crop physiology, plant and crop physiological responses to heavy metal concentration and agrichemicals, computer modeling in plant physiology, and more. Ecophysiological Aspects of Competition Physiological Variation and Plant Life Histories Reproductive Ecophysiology The Ecophysiology of Succession Ecosystem Physiology – Measurements, Models, Scales & Scaling VII. Physiology and Evolution The Evolution of Physiological Performance Evolution, Phylogeny, and Physiological Adaptation ** UCB.


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Create lists Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. The book then looks at patterns of growth and allocation, life‑history traits, and interactions between plants and other organisms.

Later chapters deal with traits that affect decomposition of plant material and with the consequences of plant physiological ecology at Cited by: O. STOCKER edited Vol ume III, Pjlanze und Wasser/Water Relations of Plants inand 4 years later, Volume V, Parts I and 2, Die COrAssimilation/The Assimilation of Carbon Dioxide appeared, edited by A.

PIRSON. Until recently, there has also been a tendency to cover these aspects of plant physiology separately in most text books. Plant Physiological Ecology, Second Edition is significantly updated, with full color illustrations and begins with the primary processes of carbon metabolism and transport, plant water relations, and energy balance.

After considering individual leaves and whole plants, these physiological processes are then scaled up to the level of the canopy. STOCKER edited Vol­ ume III, Pjlanze und Wasser/Water Relations of Plants inand 4 years later, Volume V, Parts I and 2, Die COrAssimilation/The Assimilation of Carbon Dioxide appeared, edited by A.

PIRSON. Until recently, there has also been a tendency to cover these aspects of plant physiology separately in most text­ : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Plant Physiological Ecology, Third Edition is significantly updated, with many full color illustrations, and begins with the primary processes of carbon metabolism and transport, plant water.

STOCKER edited Vol­ ume III, Pjlanze und Wasser/Water Relations of Plants inand 4 years later, Volume V, Parts I and 2, Die COrAssimilation/The Assimilation of Carbon Dioxide appeared, edited by A.

PIRSON. Until recently, there has also been a tendency to cover these aspects of plant physiology separately in most text­ books.

Plant physiology encompasses the study of plant form and function. As plants evolved to life on land they were required to evolve methods to survive with the separation of CO 2 and water. Plant physiology looks at the different parts of plants and how they. * The only book to provide recommendations for the use of specific management practices and experimental procedures and equipment *Updated coverage of nearly all topics of interest to woody plant physiologists * Extensive revisions of chapters relating to key processes in growth, photosynthesis, and water relations * More than new.

Plant physiology seeks to understand all the aspects and manifestations of plant life. In agreement with the major characteristics of organisms, it is usually divided into. Physiological mechanisms of plant response to water stress are summarized in Figure 1.

Facing a water deficit situation plant responses can be species/genotype specific, under rehydration after a mild water deficit almost every plant can return to normal growth, but if the stress intensity was moderated or severe some will not recover at by: In this comprehensive and stimulating text and reference, the authors have succeeded in combining experimental data with current hypotheses and theories to explain the complex physiological functions of plants.

For every student, teacher and researcher in the plant sciences it offers a solid basis for an in-depth understanding of the entire subject area, underpinning up-to 5/5(1).

Book Description. Continuous discoveries in plant and crop physiology have resulted in an abundance of new information since the publication of the second edition of the Handbook of Plant and Crop Physiology, necessitating a new edition to cover the latest advances in the its predecessors, the Third Edition offers a unique, complete collection of topics in.

In essence, plant physiology is a study of the plant way of life, which include various aspects of the plant lifestyle and survival including: metabolism, water relations, mineral nutrition, development, movement, irritability (response to the environment), organization, growth, and transport processes.

Despite the considerable genetic sophistication incorporated into current plant breeding techniques, C. Donald describes plant breeding approaches as being largely empirical (Advances in Agronomy, Vol.

15) because our knowledge and use of yield-related physiological and morphological characters is meager. Crop physiologists and biochemists. From the reviews of the 3rd edition: "The textbook of Walter Larcher () belongs certainly to the most successful manuals that ever existed." (Photosynthetica, Czech Republic)"() it continues to be one of the major texts in the field of ecophysiology."(Plant Growth Regulation, The Netherlands) "This book is really a must reading for those interested in sustainable forestry."2/5(3).

Water stress is one of the most important physiological stress factors that adversely affect soybeans in many critical aspects of their growth and metabolism.

Soybean’s growth, development and productivity are severely diminished, when soil or cell water potential becomes inadequate to sustain metabolic functioning. However, little has been done to gather Author: Phetole Mangena. Nitrogen Assimilation by Plants: Physiological, Biochemical, and Molecular Aspects - CRC Press Book This publication contains the most important information acquired over the last twenty years in the area of nitrogen metabolism and envisages new strategies to improve plant species of agronomic value by devising new techniques for growing them.

This chapter presents a discussion on the evolution of plant biochemistry and the implications for physiology. Integrating physiological and biochemical knowledge can gain a functional understanding of plants.

Plant cells are usually treated as unusual but only in so far as they have walls and chloroplasts. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XI, Seiten: Illustrationen.

Contents: B.- 1 Water in the Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum.- 2 Water in Tissues and Cells.- 3 Water Uptake and Flow in Roots.- 4 Water Uptake by Organs Other Than Roots.- 5 Transport and Storage of Water.- 6 Resistance of Plant .Plant Physiological Ecology, Second Edition is significantly updated, with full color illustrations and begins with the primary processes of carbon metabolism and transport, plant water relations, and energy balance.

After considering individual leaves and whole plants, these physiological processes are then scaled up to the level of the canopy/5(10).Special Issue "Ecological and Physiological Aspects of Xylem Formation in Trees" Print Special Issue Flyer Plant water relations, Plant response to drought, Ecophysiology, Stomatal on how xylem features are influenced by conditions at the time of their formation and the impacts of this on the plant and community life.

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