Photosynthesis and the Environment examines how photosynthesis may be influenced by environmental changes. Structural and functional aspects of the photosynthetic apparatus are examined in the context of responses to environmental stimuli; particular attention being given to the processing of light energy by thylakoids, metabolic regulation, gas exchange and source-sink relations. The roles of developmental and genetic responses in determining photosynthetic performance are also considered. The complexity of the responses to environmental change is demonstrated by detailed analyses of the effects of specific environmental variables (light, temperature, water, CO2, ozone and UV-B) on photosynthetic performance. Where appropriate attention is given to recent developments in the techniques used for studying photosynthetic activities. The book is intended for advanced undergraduate and graduate students and a wide range of scientists with research interests in environmental effects on photosynthesis and plant productivity.Plant Physiol 80: 239a241 Genty B, Briantais JM and Viera Da Silva JB (1987) Effects of drought on primary photosynthetic processes of cotton leaves. ... J Plant Physiol 143, 643a650 Gimenez C, Mitchell VJ and Lawlor DW (1992) Regulation of photosynthetic rate of two sunflower hybrids under ... Manual of Methods, pp.
|Title||:||Photosynthesis and the Environment|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-07-06|