Water and Plant Life: Problems and Modern Approaches

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O.L. Lange, Ludger Kappen, E.-D. Schulze
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Science - 538 pages
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Contents

Preface
2
Thermal Anomalies in Biological Tissues
10
The States of Water in the PlantTheoretical Consideration
19
Metabolism and Water Relations
28
Water Flow in the SPAC as a Link Between Plant
34
Conclusions
40
Part 5
49
Preface
60
Nitrogen Metabolism Under Water Stress
247
Biochemical Aspects of Desiccation Resistance
249
Conclusions
250
Water Stress During Freezing U HEBER and K A SANTARIUS
253
Frost Resistance
257
Part 6
260
Conclusions
265
References
266

A Case
67
Part 7
71
Conclusions
82
Forces Causing Flow of Water
89
Effect of Root Resistance on Withdrawal of Water from
95
Soil Water Relations and Water Exchange of Forest Ecosystems
101
Fundamental Equations and Principles
120
Conclusions
128
Transpiration and Its Regulation
133
Leaf Temperature Affected by Transpiration
141
Conclusions
147
Conclusions
157
Ability of the Mechanism to Explain the Known
167
Stomatal Responses to Diurnal Changes in Environment
183
Applications
198
Direct and Indirect Water Stress
203
Preface
204
A Water Stress Ultrastructure and Enzymatic Activity J VIEIRA DASILVA
207
Effects of Water Stress on Hydrolytic Enzymatic Activity
208
Effects of Water Stress on the Ultrastructure of the Cell
212
Relationships of Ultrastructural Alteration and Hydrolytic Enzyme Decompartmentation and Activation with Alteration of Chloroplasts and Mitochon...
217
Conclusions
220
References
221
B Water Stress and Hormonal Response C ITAI and A BENZIONI
225
Endogenous Hormonal Changes Due to Water Stress
226
The Physiological Significance of Hormonal Effects
232
A Hypothetical Model for the Role of Hormones in Plant Adaptation to Water Stress
238
References
240
Carbon and Nitrogen Metabolism Under Water Stress M KLUGE
243
Carbon Metabolism Under Water Stress
244
E Cell Permeability and Water Stress O Y LEESTADELMANN and E J STADELMANN
268
Principles of Cell Permeability
269
Quantitative Determination of Permeability
270
Alterations of Cell Permeability by the Plant Water Deficit
272
F Water Stress and Dynamics of Growth and Yield of Crop Plants
281
Some Behavior Observed in the Field
289
Concluding Remarks
301
Preface
308
Gas Exchange of CAM Plants
316
B Balance Between Cs and CAM Pathway of Photosynthesis
323
W Ecological Aspects
332
General Characteristics of Ca Plants
341
Natural C3C4 Intermediates
352
Preface
388
Construction of Correlation Models and Geographical Patterns
396
Accuracy of Correlation Models
403
The Structure of the Model
409
Application of the Model
418
Some Agronomic Aspects
428
E Plant Production in Arid and SemiArid Areas
439
Permanent Phytomass
445
F Water Content and Productivity of Lichens
452
Water Relations and Productivitya Synthesis
463
Preface
470
Water Relations of Trees at the Timberline
476
Ecophysiological Analysis of the Alpine
487
Environmental Stresses in Mediterraneantype Climates
493
The WaterPhotosynthesis Syndrome and the Geographical
506
Conclusions
519
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