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Main Title Carbon dioxide and environmental stress /
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Luo, Yiqi.
Mooney, Harold A.
Publisher Academic Press,
Year Published 1999
OCLC Number 41227888
ISBN 012460370X; 9780124603707
Subjects Plants--Effect of atmospheric carbon dioxide on. ; Atmospheric carbon dioxide--Environmental aspects. ; Trees--Effect of atmospheric carbon dioxide on. ; Kooldioxide. ; Broeikaseffect. ; Milieueffecten. ; Stressoren (fysiologie) ; Flora (biologie) ; Rhizosfeer. ; Kohlendioxid.--(DE-588)4031648-8 ; Umweltbelastung.--(DE-588)4061619-8 ; Dioxyde de carbone atmosphérique. ; âEcotoxicologie. ; Plantes--Effets du dioxyde de carbone atmosphérique.
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EJAM  QK753.C3C33 1999 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 11/02/2001 DISPERSAL
Collation xiv, 418 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Interactive effects of water stress and elevated COb2s on growth, photosynthesis, and water use efficiency / Theodore C. Hsiao and Robert B. Jackson -- Increasing atmospheric COb2s concentration, water use, and water stress: scaling up from the plant to the landscape / Jeffrey S. Amthor -- Temperature: cellular to whole-plant and population responses / R.M.M. Crawford and D.W. Wolfe -- Effects of elevated COb2s and temperature stress on ecosystem processes / Stanley D. Smith, Dean N. Jordan, and Erik P. Hamerlynck -- Interactions between rising COb2s, soil salinity, and plant growth / Rana Munns, Grant R. Cramer, and Marilyn C. Ball -- Atmospheric COb2s enrichment and enhanced solar ultraviolet-B radiation: gene to ecosystem responses / Jelte Rozema, Alan Teramura, and Martyn Caldwell -- Role of carbon dioxide in modifying the plant response to ozone / Andrea Polle and Eva J. Pell -- Response of plants to elevated atmospheric COb2s : root growth, mineral nutrition, and soil carbon / Hugo H. Rogers [and others] -- Rhizosphere processes under elevated COb2s / Weixin Cheng -- Ecosystem responses to rising atmospheric COb2s : feedbacks through the nitrogen cycle / Bruce A. Hungate -- Implications of stress in low COb2s atmospheres of the past: are today's plants too conservative for a high COb2s world? / Rowan F. Sage and Sharon A. Cowling -- Scaling against environmental and biological variability: general principles and a case study / Yiqi Luo -- Nutrients: dynamics and limitations / Gèoran I. êAgren, Gaius R. Shaver, and Edward B. Rastetter -- Ecosystem modeling of the COb2s response of forests on sites limited by nitrogen and water / Ross E. McMurtrie and Roderick C. Dewar -- Diverse controls on carbon storage under elevated COb2s: toward a synthesis / Christopher B. Field -- Interactive effects of carbon dioxide and environmental stress on plants and ecosystems: a synthesis / Yiqi Luo, Josep Canadell, and Harold A. Mooney. This book focuses on the interactive effects of environmental stresses with plant and ecosystem functions, especially with respect to changes in the abundance of carbon dioxide. The interaction of stresses with elevated carbon dioxide are presented from the cellular through whole plant ecosystem level. The book carefully considers not only the responses of the above-ground portion of the plant, but also emphasizes the critical role of below-ground (rhizosphere) components (e.g., roots, microbes, soil) in determining the nature and magnitude of these interactions. * Will rising CO2 alter the importance of environmental stress in natural and agricultural ecosystems? * Will environmental stress on plants reduce their capacity to remove CO2 from the atmosphere? * Are some stresses more important than others as we concern ourselves with global change? * Can we develop predictive models useful for scientists and policy-makers? * Where should future research efforts be focused?