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Main Title Terrestrial photosynthesis in a changing environment : a molecular, physiological, and ecological approach /
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Flexas, Jaume.
Loreto, Francesco.
Medrano, Hipólito.
Publisher Cambridge University Press,
Year Published 2012
OCLC Number 781677242
ISBN 9780521899413; 0521899419
Subjects Ecophysiology. ; Photosynthesis--Environmental aspects. ; Space biology. ; SCIENCE--Life SCIENCEs--Botany. ; Photosynthese.--(DE-588)4045936-6 ; Terrestrisches èOkosystem.--(DE-588)4309007-2 ; Autèokologie.--(DE-588)4143684-2
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ELBM  QH541.15.E26T47 2012 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 04/29/2016
Collation xxiii, 728 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 546-722) and index.
Contents Notes
"Understanding how photosynthesis responds to the environment is crucial for improving plant production and maintaining biodiversity in the context of global change. Covering all aspects of photosynthesis, from basic concepts to methodologies, from the organelle to whole ecosystem levels, this is an integrated guide to photosynthesis in an environmentally dynamic context. Focusing on the ecophysiology of photosynthesis - how photosynthesis varies in time and space, responds and adapts to environmental conditions and differs among species within an evolutionary context - the book features contributions from leaders in the field. The approach is interdisciplinary and the topics covered have applications for ecology, environmental sciences, agronomy, forestry and meteorology. It also addresses applied fields such as climate change, biomass and biofuel production and genetic engineering, making a valuable contribution to our understanding of the impacts of climate change on the primary productivity of the globe and on ecosystem stability"--