Plant Physiology a Treatise

Plant Physiol . 62 , 284 - 286 . 262 . Travis , R . L . , Huffaker , R . C . , and Key , J . L . ( 1970 ) . Light - induced development of polyribosomes and the induction of nitrate reductase in corn leaves . Plant Physiol .

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Author: Frederick Campion Steward

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ISBN: CHI:22294375

Category: Plant physiology

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Plant physiology

Principles of plant physiology have the potential of contributing some important components to the solution of the world food problem. In fact, the contributions of plant physiology to the revolution in agriculture that led to the ...

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Plant Physiology

Developments in Crop Science Volume 1 Oil Palm Research , edited by R . H . V . Corley , J . J . Hardon and B . J . Wood Volume 2 Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Crops , by C ...

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Author: J. Sebanek

Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015050447260

Category: Nature

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The book summarizes present scientific knowledge in plant physiology with regards to plant production. The authors, mainly professors of plant physiology at agricultural universities in Czechoslovakia, present the individual fields of plant physiology with regard to the demands of agricultural practice and education of students and doctorani at these universities. The first chapters discuss metabolism ie. photosynthesis, respiration, mineral and heterotrophic nutrition, and water regime of plants. What follows is a discussion of the physiology of plant growth, development and movements, and finally resistance of plants against unfavourable abiotic and biotic effects. The book shows how to increase the yield of crops by manipulating photosynthesis and also studies the possible flow of photosynthetic products to the commercially valuable parts of the biomass. Rational plant production, however, cannot do without knowledge of plant nutrition and water regime as a theoretical basis for fertilization and irrigation. The reader will find this knowledge detailed as well as information about the ecological and physiological principles of the resistance of plants against drought, frost, heat, diseases and other unfavourable effects.

Australian Journal of Plant Physiology

Companion cell The vacuole The physiology of the companion cell may have a profound impact on the physiology of the sieve element. ... This relationship was shown in a series of elegant experiments using transgenic tobacco plants (Fig.

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ISBN: UOM:39015051233545

Category: Plant physiology

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Annual Review of Plant Physiology

R. W. King A. Theologis POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT Physiological Ecology Plant Productivity in the Arid and Semiarid Zones Physiological Aspects of Desiccation Tolerance Explanatory Models in Crop Physiology Mechanisms of Salt Tolerance ...

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Author: Daniel Israel Arnon

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ISBN: UCAL:B4236079

Category: Plant physiology

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Laboratory Plant Physiology

Keep the can in a warm place until the seeds have germinated; then remove all but the most vigorous plant. This remaining seedling should be allowed to ... Anatomy of the Root. — Observe germinated wheat 36 LABORATORY PLANT PHYSIOLOGY.

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Author: Bernard Sandler Meyer

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ISBN: WISC:89047128327

Category: Coloides

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Colloidal systems. Plant cells. Diffusion. Osmosis and osmotic pressure. Imbibition. Permeability. The water relations of plant cells. The stomatal mechanism. The loss of water from plants. The translocation of water. Soil water relations. Absorption of water. The internal water relations of plants. Plant pigments. Photosynthesis and starch synthesis. Fat synthesis. The absorption and utilization of mineral salts. Nitrogen metabolism. Digestion. Translocation of solutes. Respiration. Assimilation and accumulation. Growth. Germination and dormancy. Plant movements.

Indian Journal of Plant Physiology

Official Publication of the Indian Society for Plant Physiology. 59 . Hoshizaki , T. and Hamner , K. C. ( 1962 ) . An unusual stem bending response of Xanthium pennsylvanicum to horizontal rotation . Plant Phys . , 37 : 453-59 . 60 .

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ISBN: UCAL:B4617390

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Plant Physiology Biochemistry

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS TO PLANT PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY Manuscripts should be in English and typed double spaced throughout with ample margins . The length should not exceed eight printed pages except in the case of invited ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112009651461

Category: Botanical chemistry

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