Plant Ecophysiology

  • ID: 2213886
  • Book
  • 552 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Twenty–nine, prominent, international researchers provide contributions which deal with understanding the basic ecophysiological and molecular principles governing the functioning of plant systems in relation to their environment. Divided into two headings: biotic and abiotic; the first consists of abiotic, natural environmental factors––light, ultraviolet radiation, chilling and freezing, high temperatures, drought, flooding, salt and trace metals. The latter half presents anthropogenic aspects including allelochemicals, herbicides, polyamines, air pollutants, carbon dioxide, radioisotopes and fire.
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NATURAL, ABIOTIC FACTORS.

Light (Y. Tang).

UV–B Radiation (G. Kulandaivelu, et al.).

Chilling and Freezing (L.–P.

Vézina, et al.).

High Temperature (S. Singla, et al.).

Drought (H. Freitas).

Flooding (R. Arteca).

Salt (J. Hagemeyer).

Trace Metals (M. Prasad).

ANTHROPOGENIC, BIOTIC FACTORS.

Allelochemicals (S. Devi, et al.).

Herbicides (G. Merlin).

Polyamines (M. Rajam).

Air Pollutants (B. Smith & C. Lytle).

Carbon Dioxide (K. Strzaka & P. Ketner).

Radionuclides (N. Momoshina).

Fire (P. Ramakrishnan, et al.).

Indexes.
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M. N. V. Prasad
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