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Concepts in environmental plant physiology 2015 [Lecture notes]
Ieperen, W. van \ 2015
plant physiology - light - water - carbon dioxide

Used in course: HPC-22803 Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology; HPP-22803 Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology
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Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology [Monograph] - 4th ed
Nobel, P.S. \ 2009
plant physiology - plant water relations - plant composition - cells - water - light - photosynthesis - temperature - cell physiology - soil plant relationships

The book covers water relations and ion transport for plant cells, including diffusion, chemical potential gradients, and solute movement in and out of plant cells. It also presents the interconnection of various energy forms, such as light, chlorophyll and accessory photosynthesis pigments, and ATP and NADPH. Additionally, the book describes the forms in which energy and matter enter and leave a plant, for example: energy budget analysis, water vapor and carbon dioxide, and water movement from soil to plant to atmosphere.


Used in course: HPC-22803 Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology
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Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology [Monograph] - 3rd ed
Nobel, P.S. \ 2005
plant physiology - photosynthesis - plant water relations - plant composition - chemistry - physics - mathematics - cell physiology - Botanical chemistry - Plant cells and tissues - Plant ecophysiology - Plant physiology

In this book elementary chemistry, physics, and mathematics are used to explain and develop key concepts in plant physiology. In fundamental ways, all physiological processes that occur in cells, tissues, organs, and organisms obey such relations. Topics include diffusion, membranes, water relations, ion transport, photochemistry, bioenergetics of energy conversion, photosynthesis, environmental influences on plant temperature, and gas exchange for leaves and whole plants.


Used in course: HPC-22803 Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology
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Plant physiological ecology [Monograph] - 2nd ed
Lambers, H. \ Chapin, F.S. \ Pons, T.L. \ 2008
plant physiology - plant ecology - molecular biology - textbooks - Plant ecophysiology

he growth, reproduction and geographical distribution of plants are profoundly influenced by their physiological ecology: the interaction with the surrounding physical, chemical, and biological environments. This renowned textbook is notable in emphasizing that the mechanisms underlying plant physiological ecology can be found at the levels of biochemistry, biophysics, molecular biology, and whole-plant physiology. At the same time, the integrative power of physiological ecology is well-suited to assess the costs, benefits, and consequences of modifying plants for human needs, and to evaluate the role of plants in ecosystems. This new edition of "Plant Physiological Ecology" features updated material, as well as full color images throughout. Boxed entries provide extended discussions of selected issues, and a glossary and numerous references to the primary and review literature are included.


Used in course: PPH-30806 Plant Plasticity and Adaptation; HPC-22803 Concepts in Environmental Plant Physiology
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Quantitative aspects of crop growth and production 2014 [Lecture notes]
Heuvelink, E. \ Leffelaar, P.A. \ Schut, A.G.T. \ 2014
crops - growth - crop production - crop growth models - growth analysis - photosynthesis

Used in course: HPC-23303 Quantitative Aspects of Crop Production
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