Wadsworth Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1985 - Fisiología vegetal - 540 pages
Water, solutions, and surfaces; Plant biochemistry; Plant development; Enveronmental physiology; Prologue plant physiology and plant cells; Water, solutions; and surfaces; Diffusion and water potential; Osmosis; The photosynthesis - transpiration compromise; The ascent of sap; Mineral nutrition; Absorption of mineral salts; Transport in the phloem; Enzymes, proteins, and amino acids; Photosynthesis: chloroplasts and light; Carbon dioxide fixation and carbohydrate synthesis; Photosynthesis: environmental and agricultural aspects; Respiration; Assimilation of nitrogen and sulfur; Lipids and other natural products; Plant development; Growth and development; Hormones and growth regulators auxins and gibberellins; Hormones and growth regulators: cytokinins, ethylene, abscisic, acid, adn other compounds; Differential growth and differentiation; Photomorphogenesis; Thebiological clock; Growth responses to temperature; Photoperiodism; Topics in enverinmental physiology; Stress physiology.
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Prologue Plant Physiology and Plant Cells
Growth and Development
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absorbed absorption active algae amino acids apoplast atmosphere auxin carbon cause cell walls Chapter chemical chlorophyll chloroplasts compounds concentration contain curve cycle cytokinins cytoplasm cytosol dicots diffusion dormancy effects electron elongation energy enzymes ethylene example far-red Figure flowering function germination gibberellins glucose gradient gravitropic grow growth guard cells hormone important increase inhibition ions irradiance layer leaf leaves levels light measured membrane mesophyll metabolic mitochondria movement negative nitrogen nutrient occurs organic osmometer osmotic potential oxidized particles pathway percent phloem phosphate photosynthesis phytochrome pigment plant cells plant physiology plasmodesmata pressure produce proteins reaction respiration response roots salts Section seedlings seeds sieve elements sieve tubes soil solution species starch stem stomates studies sucrose sugars surface synthesis temperature tion tissue tracheids translocated transpiration transport trees usually vacuoles vapor density water molecules water potential water stress wavelengths xylem