2 edition of Physiological aspects of crop productivity found in the catalog.
Physiological aspects of crop productivity
International Potash Institute. Colloquium
|LC Classifications||SB112.5 .I58 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||83100479|
Excessive heavy metal accumulation in plant tissue impairs either directly or indirectly several biochemical, physiological, and morphological functions in plants and in turns interferes with crop productivity. Heavy metals reduce crop productivity by inducing deleterious effects to various physiological processes in plants including: seed Cited by: The book describes photosynthesis and other processes that affect the productivity of plants from the standpoint of enzyme chemistry, chloroplasts, leaf cells, and single leaves. Comprised of nine chapters, the book covers the biochemical and photochemical aspects of photosynthesis; respiration associated with photosynthetic tissues; and.
The books differ in the ratio between fundamental and more practical aspects of crop functioning that are presented. In this book the authors choose to keep as a central core the analysis of yield in terms of interception of radiation, its conversion into chemical potential energy and Cited by: Introduction. Physiological aspects of photosynthesis and respiration to demonstrate how much remains to be accomplished in sorting out the regulation and function of various components. If there are inefficiencies in these systems and if causes can be identified, they would represent legitimate targets for genetic manipulation. Properties of rubisco, alternative oxidase, and photorespiration.
Physiological Processes Limiting Plant Productivity presents the proceedings of the Thirtieth University of Nottingham Easter School in Agricultural Science held at Sutton Bonington in England on April , Contributors focus on physiological processes limiting plant growth and development in the context of agricultural productivity. A broad perspective is developed, from the gene through the plant and crop to the ecosystem, covering: Advances in molecular biology relating to crop science Limitation of crop yield by the supply of water or nitrogen Global climate change and its impact on crop modelling Physiological aspects of crop quality A wider range of species, with.
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This book will be of interest to agriculturists, plant breeders, and researchers working in relevant aspects of plant biochemistry, physiology, and genetics. Show less Physiological Processes Limiting Plant Productivity presents the proceedings of the Thirtieth University of Nottingham Easter School in Agricultural Science held at Sutton.
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This book is comprised of the collected papers (with discussion) delivered at a symposium held at Lincoln, Nebraska, in Jan. and sponsored by the University of Nebraska, the American Society of Agronomy and the Crop Science Society of America. In all, 16 papers by leading authorities were contributed on subjects ranging from the use of natural resources in crop production to the Cited by: 9.
PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CROP YIELD Proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the University of Nebraska, the American Society of Agronomy, and the Crop Science Society of America, and held at the University of Nebraska, lincoln, Nebr., Janu aryFinancial support for the symposium came from The Rockefeller Foundation.
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Nitrogen Fixation: From Molecules to Crop Productivity pp | Cite as Physiological Aspects in the Metabolism of Carbon and Nitrogen of Sugar cane (Saccharum spp.) Colonized with Endophytic Diazotrophic BacteriaAuthor: A.
Gomes, A. Carvalho, S. Souza, S. Goi, V. Baldani. Productivity in Plants. (Book Reviews: Physiological Aspects of Crop Yield. Proceedings of a symposium, Lincoln, Neb., Jan. )Cited by: 1. from book Bioresource Physiological Basis of Crop Productivity.
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The unique responses of plants to combined stresses have been observed at physiological, biochemical, and molecular levels.
This book provides an analysis of all three levels of change in various plants in response to different combinations of Author: Ramamurthy Mahalingam.66 CROP PHYSIOLOGY Physiological Basis of Crop Growth and Development.
M.B. Tesar (Editor). American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI, pp., US $, ISBN This b o o k is the fifth in the Foundations for Modern Crop Science Series, begun so well ten years ago by J.R.
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