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Plant Ecophysiology

By: Jean-Claude Leclerc
296 pages, Figs, tabs
Plant Ecophysiology
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Chapters cover: The Environment of Plants; Photosynthesis and Plant Production; Hydro-Mineral Equilibrium; Ecophysiology of Development; Plants under Stress.

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The environment of plants: the biotopes; aquatic environments; soils; reactions of plants to biotopes; the biotic environment. Photosynthesis and plant production: photosynthesis with two photosystems; major factors of the biotope acting on photosynthesis; inputs of fluorimetry; respiration of higher plants and its relationship to photosynthesis; overall productivity on the ecosystem scale. Hydro-mineral equilibrium: plants and water; mineral supply; results - diversity of policies for water management depending on species and habitats. Ecophysiology of development: external factors and hormones in regulation of development; development after germination; senescence and recycling phase; seasonal andmulti-annual variations of development. Plants under stress: definition; what happens during stress?; the effects of stress and its management; stress in practice; stress caused by other living things.

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By: Jean-Claude Leclerc
296 pages, Figs, tabs
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