PLANT PHYSIOLOGY TEXTBOOK PDF

adminComment(0)
    Contents:

Introduction to plant physiology / William G. Hopkins and Norman P. A. Hüner. Plant Physiology textbook covers the transport and translocation of water and. With this Third Edition, the authors and contributors set a new standard for textbooks in the field by tailoring the study of plant physiology to virtually every. - Plant Physiology, Fifth Edition PDF Download here. BRS Genetics (Board Review Series) Ebook Pdf, Medical Students, Medical School.


Plant Physiology Textbook Pdf

Author:DELMA GROHMANN
Language:English, Portuguese, French
Country:Canada
Genre:Environment
Pages:625
Published (Last):22.02.2015
ISBN:189-9-46545-681-5
ePub File Size:21.54 MB
PDF File Size:19.68 MB
Distribution:Free* [*Sign up for free]
Downloads:21491
Uploaded by: JONATHON

Plant Life: Unifying Principles 2. Overview of Plant Structure 2. Plant cells are surrounded by rigid cell walls 2. New cells are produced by dividing tissues called. Plant and Crop Physiology is a unique, comprehensive, and complete would be impossible to cover all its manifestations in a whole textbook, much less in a. PDF | This book has tremendous importance, especially for those who are first degree biology students and instructors as teaching aid.

The chapters are well referenced, contain useful diagrams and tables and are written in a style that is easy to read. It is perhaps not surprising that the book begins by launching into the basic physiology of the factors produced by the endothelium that are important in vasomotor control, particularly nitric oxide and endothelin, since their discovery has given great impetus to current research.

Particularly welcome The age of plant biochemistry? Dennis and David H. Turpin, Longman, Another section deals with the importance of the endothelium in relation to atherosclerosis, ischaemia, control of coagulation and practical problems such as angioplasty.

Good accounts are given of endothelial interactions with other cells, particularly neutrophils and lymphocytes, and of the importance of adhesion proteins. Consequently, broader issues such as inflammatory responses were given an airing, and it was particularly useful to have contributions on disorders of the peripheral vasculature given some prominence against the usual overwhelming dominance of large-vessel disease, often seen in comparable texts.

Perhaps the most attractive feature of the book is the final section, which deals with the practical problems of working with cultured endothelial cells and their isolation from large vessels, lymph nodes and various beds of the microvasculature.

However, there is little discussion of the value or otherwise of established cell lines.

Despite the wide range of topics, there were one or two omissions, as is perhaps inevitable. Although the heterogeneity of endothelial cells was touched on by a number of authors, a distinct chapter on this topic may have been useful, as there is often widespread ignorance in this area.

The question of endothelial permeability and the relative importance of transcytosis and intercellular transport were not dealt with, even though this has given rise to considerable controversy and is of significance in relation to the transport of lipoproteins and atherosclerosis. The role of the endothelium as a producer of active oxygen species was only briefly mentioned in the first two chapters.

Plant Physiology Books

Another problem with a compendium of individual essays is that there is quite a lot of repetition of basic information, for example, of control mechanisms and second messengers, which several authors found necessary to reiterate, even though they were covered in the early chapters. The endothelium is still providing an active frontier for research and all the contributors indicate that we are only beginning to unravel the multifold properties of these cells.

The book originated from a workshop on the endothelium over a year ago and, as would be expected in books on rapidly developing topics, some of the very recent literature is not included. Nevertheless, the book will provide invaluable information, presented in a readily digestible manner, to postgraduate students and postdoctoral researchers who have recently entered the field.

Plant Physiology

It will also give perspective to established specialists in particular aspects of endothelial function to grasp the developments that are occurring in other areas and assist them in the interpretation of their own work.

Since that was written, plant biochemistry has continued to forge ahead, abetted by rapid advances in plant molecular biology. The major reference works in plant biochemistry [e. What else is available for students to use? My own favorites have been those written by single authors.

Outstanding examples are Harry Beevers's Respiratory Metabolism in Plants, an excellent but, alas, long out-of-print book published 30 years ago, and Barry Halliweli's Chloroplast Metabolism Oxford University Press, , revised Such books not only convey factual material, but also expose the reader to the author's scientific thought processes, a benefit that long outlasts their factual currency.

What of the present volume under review? The stated purpose of this multiauthored book, considerably less allembracing than the title implies, is to examine the assimilation and metabolism of carbon and nitrogen in plants. The 33 chapters are subdivided into nine K.

TIBS MAY quite well-handled, although, in my view, sections that cover the control of the nitrogen section does to some extent metabolism, cytosolic carbon illustrate the inherent shortcomings of metabolism, mitochondrial metabolism, the multi-author approach. How easily mitochondrion-cytosol interaction, will a student new to the field find his or photosynthesis, chloroplast-cytosol her bearings at the outset?

Perhaps this interactions, the formation and breakdown of lipids, nitrogen metabolism section might better have begun with the chapter on the interactions between and prospects for plant improvement. The and do not deal with interesting applied editors' stated intention is to provide an aspects, e. As is so often true of biochemistry and molecular biology of multi-author texts, the reader either gains each of the topics covered.

The standard the benefit, or suffers the tedium, of factual accuracy is generally high and the writing for the most part clear, though depending on one's point of view, of a several-times-repeated description of sometimes lacking in distinction.

In some topics e. This book attempts to provide an introduction to the metabolic and developmental physiology of higher plants from a molecular biological point of view.

Starting from the heterocatalytic function of DNA the first ten chapters deal with metabolism; development is presented in the last nine, starting from the autocatalytic functions of DNA and including certain topics oriented more toward metabolic physiology. Both fields of plant physiology are so closely linked that an in tegrated presen tation of this kind seemed not only possible but desirable. In contrast to other accounts, an attempt has been made to give equal weight to metabolism and development.

The book is intended for beginners, and so it has had, in part, to be simplified. Even so it has not been possible to write it without mentioning hypotheses that anticipate much more research.

Crop Physiology PDF Book

JavaScript is currently disabled, this site works much better if you enable JavaScript in your browser. Life Sciences Plant Sciences.

Springer Study Edition Free Preview. download eBook. download Softcover.

FAQ Policy. About this Textbook In recent years, molecular biology has infiltrated into all branches of botany. Show all. Photosynthesis Hess, Dieter Pages Carbohydrates Hess, Dieter Pages Biological Oxidation Hess, Dieter Pages Fats Hess, Dieter Pages Keegstra on the transport puzzled by being told in one chapter that 'in plants IS-oxidation enzymes are found of proteins into chloroplasts while exclusively in the peroxisome The role of the endothelium as a producer of active oxygen species was only briefly mentioned in the first two chapters.

Rose Romero.

Mineral nutrition — introduction — criteria of essentiality of elements — macro, secondary and micronutrients — soil less culture — sand and hydroponics. Cell Division Hess, Dieter Pages Temperature stress — Physiological changes — low and high temperature — chilling injury — tolerance — alleviation. Haider Imad. What else is available for students to use? The story in these later chapters is enlivened by the access that Brock had to archive material of Joshua Lederberg.

Starting from the heterocatalytic function of DNA the first ten chapters deal with metabolism; development is presented in the last nine, starting from the autocatalytic functions of DNA and including certain topics oriented more toward metabolic physiology.

TIFANY from Frederick
I enjoy exploring ePub and PDF books angrily . Also read my other articles. I have a variety of hobbies, like platform tennis.
>