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Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology, Park S. Nobel

Label
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology
Title
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology
Statement of responsibility
Park S. Nobel
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ERL
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Nobel, Park S
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Plant physiology
  • Plant ecophysiology
  • Botanical chemistry
Label
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology, Park S. Nobel
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: Amsterdam; London: Elsevier Academic, 2005
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Cells and Diffusion -- 1.1. Cell Structure -- 1.2. Diffusion -- 1.3. Membrane Structure -- 1.4. Membrane Permeability -- 1.5. Cell Walls -- 1.6. Problems -- 1.7. References and Further Reading -- 2. Water -- 2.1. Physical Properties -- 2.2. Chemical Potential -- 2.3. Central Vacuole and Chloroplasts -- 2.4. Water Potential and Plant Cells -- 2.5. Problems -- 2.6. References and Further Reading -- 3. Solutes -- 3.1. Chemical Potential of Ions -- 3.2. Fluxes and Diffusion Potentials -- 3.3. Characteristics of Crossing Membranes -- 3.4. Mechanisms for Crossing Membranes -- 3.5. Principles of Irreversible Thermodynamics -- 3.6. Solute Movement Across Membranes -- 3.7. Problems -- 3.8. References and Further Reading -- 4. Light -- 4.1. Wavelength and Energy -- 4.2. Absorption of Light by Molecules -- 4.3. Deexcitation -- 4.4. Absorption Spectra and Action Spectra -- 4.5. Problems -- 4.6. References and Further Reading -- 5. Photochemistry of Photosynthesis -- 5.1. Chlorophyll-Chemistry and Spectra -- 5.2. Other Photosynthetic Pigments -- 5.3. Excitation Transfers Among Photosynthetic Pigments -- 5.4. Groupings of Photosynthetic Pigments -- 5.5. Electron Flow -- 5.6. Problems -- 5.7. References and Further Reading -- 6. Bioenergetics -- 6.1. Gibbs Free Energy -- 6.2. Biological Energy Currencies -- 6.3. Chloroplast Bioenergetics -- 6.4. Mitochondrial Bioenergetics -- 6.5. Energy Flow in the Biosphere -- 6.6. Problems -- 6.7. References and Further Reading -- 7. Temperature and Energy Budgets -- 7.1. Energy Budget-Radiation -- 7.2. Heat Conduction and Convection -- 7.3. Latent Heat-Transpiration -- 7.4. Further Examples of Energy Budgets -- 7.5. Soil -- 7.6. Problems -- 7.7. References and Further Reading -- 8. Leaves and Fluxes -- 8.1. Resistances and Conductances - Transpiration -- 8.2. Water Vapor Fluxes Accompanying Transpiration -- 8.3. CO[subscript 2] Conductances and Resistances -- 8.4. CO[subscript 2] Fluxes Accompanying Photosynthesis -- 8.5. Water-Use Efficiency -- 8.6. Problems -- 8.7. References and Further Reading -- 9. Plants and Fluxes -- 9.1. Gas Fluxes above Plant Canopy -- 9.2. Gas Fluxes within Plant Communities -- 9.3. Water Movement in Soil -- 9.4. Water Movement in the Xylem and the Phloem -- 9.5. Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum -- 9.6. Problems -- 9.7. References and Further Reading -- Appendix I. Numerical Values of Constants and Coefficients -- Appendix II. Conversion Factors and Definitions -- Appendix III. Mathematical Relations -- Appendix IV. Gibbs Free Energy and Chemical Potential
Control code
ocn369130698
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
4th ed
Extent
xxi, 582 p.
Isbn
9780123741431
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)369130698
Label
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology, Park S. Nobel
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: Amsterdam; London: Elsevier Academic, 2005
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Cells and Diffusion -- 1.1. Cell Structure -- 1.2. Diffusion -- 1.3. Membrane Structure -- 1.4. Membrane Permeability -- 1.5. Cell Walls -- 1.6. Problems -- 1.7. References and Further Reading -- 2. Water -- 2.1. Physical Properties -- 2.2. Chemical Potential -- 2.3. Central Vacuole and Chloroplasts -- 2.4. Water Potential and Plant Cells -- 2.5. Problems -- 2.6. References and Further Reading -- 3. Solutes -- 3.1. Chemical Potential of Ions -- 3.2. Fluxes and Diffusion Potentials -- 3.3. Characteristics of Crossing Membranes -- 3.4. Mechanisms for Crossing Membranes -- 3.5. Principles of Irreversible Thermodynamics -- 3.6. Solute Movement Across Membranes -- 3.7. Problems -- 3.8. References and Further Reading -- 4. Light -- 4.1. Wavelength and Energy -- 4.2. Absorption of Light by Molecules -- 4.3. Deexcitation -- 4.4. Absorption Spectra and Action Spectra -- 4.5. Problems -- 4.6. References and Further Reading -- 5. Photochemistry of Photosynthesis -- 5.1. Chlorophyll-Chemistry and Spectra -- 5.2. Other Photosynthetic Pigments -- 5.3. Excitation Transfers Among Photosynthetic Pigments -- 5.4. Groupings of Photosynthetic Pigments -- 5.5. Electron Flow -- 5.6. Problems -- 5.7. References and Further Reading -- 6. Bioenergetics -- 6.1. Gibbs Free Energy -- 6.2. Biological Energy Currencies -- 6.3. Chloroplast Bioenergetics -- 6.4. Mitochondrial Bioenergetics -- 6.5. Energy Flow in the Biosphere -- 6.6. Problems -- 6.7. References and Further Reading -- 7. Temperature and Energy Budgets -- 7.1. Energy Budget-Radiation -- 7.2. Heat Conduction and Convection -- 7.3. Latent Heat-Transpiration -- 7.4. Further Examples of Energy Budgets -- 7.5. Soil -- 7.6. Problems -- 7.7. References and Further Reading -- 8. Leaves and Fluxes -- 8.1. Resistances and Conductances - Transpiration -- 8.2. Water Vapor Fluxes Accompanying Transpiration -- 8.3. CO[subscript 2] Conductances and Resistances -- 8.4. CO[subscript 2] Fluxes Accompanying Photosynthesis -- 8.5. Water-Use Efficiency -- 8.6. Problems -- 8.7. References and Further Reading -- 9. Plants and Fluxes -- 9.1. Gas Fluxes above Plant Canopy -- 9.2. Gas Fluxes within Plant Communities -- 9.3. Water Movement in Soil -- 9.4. Water Movement in the Xylem and the Phloem -- 9.5. Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum -- 9.6. Problems -- 9.7. References and Further Reading -- Appendix I. Numerical Values of Constants and Coefficients -- Appendix II. Conversion Factors and Definitions -- Appendix III. Mathematical Relations -- Appendix IV. Gibbs Free Energy and Chemical Potential
Control code
ocn369130698
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
4th ed
Extent
xxi, 582 p.
Isbn
9780123741431
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)369130698

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