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PDF | That branch of plant sciences that aims to understand how plants live and function. Its ultimate Book · May with 16, Reads. Publisher: 1st Plant physiology seeks to understand all the aspects and manifestations of plant life. Information about Sources of Figures incorporated in the chapter entitle “Plant Physiology and. Biochemistry” in the Book Growth and Development. This book will emphasize the physiological and biochemical func- tions of plants, but it is important to recognize that these functions depend on structures.

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The Chemical Society, London. These volumes cover the literature from mid to mid with the usual comprehensiveness that one has come to expect from all the volumes in the various series of Specialist Periodical Reports.

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The only problem nowadays that has to be solved is to try and produce these extremely useful compendia, if possible, at a slightly lower price. Pnnted research can be obtained for many years to come. If so. For example, would it not bi: Anyway, I for one hope that the series does not founder on the rocks of inflation, and congratulate Professor Overton and Dr.

Saxton and their colleagues once more for their continued hard work. Kew T.

Plant Physiology

If, however, you want to look at E9. It peruse it, since it will give you an essential background does not deal with the biochemical aspects of photoperof physiological observation which biochemistry, so far, iodism in full, although these are mentioned and referhas singularly failed to explain. Springer-Verlag, New York pp. In spite of the large number of books dealing with plant physiology which have appeared during the last few years, few deal with the subject in a relatively comprehensive way.

Most ignore those aspects of biochemistry peculiar to plants, and often deal with plant growth and development from a merely descriptive point of view. This volume, in my opinion, overcomes these drawbacks but, unfortunately, has so many typographical errors that one cannot thoroughly recommend it to the beginning student, The errors mainly occur in the formulae; for example in the insertion of double bonds in the biosynthesis of carotenoids p.

It is to be hoped, therefore, that the publishers will take the initiative in having the whole book properly re-read and ensure that future copies are sent out with all the present errors corrected When this is done I feel sure that it will prove an acceptable textbook for first-year students of the plant sciences, and provide adequate background reading for other biologists The translation has been carried out well, and the concept of the book is too good to allow it to sink under the waves of inaccuracy.

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Introduction — Importance of crop physiology in agriculture. Role and significance of water — diffusion, imbibition, osmosis and its significance, plasmolysis.

Definition — field capacity, water holding capacity of soil and permanent wilting point. Absorption of water — mode of water absorption — active and passive absorption and factors affecting absorption.

Translocation of solutes — phloem and xylem transport.

Mineral nutrition — introduction — criteria of essentiality of elements — macro, secondary and micronutrients — soil less culture — sand and hydroponics. Mechanism of uptake — physiological role of nutrients.

Foliar diagnosis — nutritional and physiological disorders — foliar nutrition- fertigation Photosynthesis — requirements of photosynthesis — light, CO2, pigments and H Mechanism of photosynthesis — light reaction — cyclic and non cyclic photophosphorylation — Red drop — Emerson Enhancement Effect. Photorespiration — photorespiration process and significance of photorespiration. Oxidative phosphorylation — differences between oxidative phosphorylation and photophosphorylation.

Respiratory quotient and energy budgeting in respiration. Factors affecting respiration — difference between photorespiration and dark respiration — role of respiration.

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Protein and fat synthesis.Mechanism of uptake — physiological role of nutrients. About this Textbook In recent years, molecular biology has infiltrated into all branches of botany.

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Contemporary agriculture confronts the challenge of increasing demand in terms of quantitative and qualitative production targets. The book is intended for beginners, and so it has had, in part, to be simplified.

Shanker and Chitra Shanker Pages This book is designed to furnish classes in our schools and colleges with a suitable text book of Structural and Physiological Botany, as well as private students with a convenient introductory manual, adapted to the present condition of the science.

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