Plant Ecophysiology deals with plants and their interaction with the environment. This completely revised and updated fourth edition of the classic text offers a comprehensive insight into the laws governing the development, vital capacity and adaptability of plants. The richly illustrated book focuses on the ways the different plant species and functional types react in various locations and all climatic zones. An extensive chapter deals with the effects of natural and anthropogenic stress factors. It is designed for students in biology, ecology, geography, and in agricultural and forestry sciences.
1 The Environment of Plants.- 2 Carbon Utilization and Dry Matter Production.- 3 The Utilization of Mineral Elements.- 4 Water Relations.- 5 Environmental Influences on Growth and Development.- 6 Plants Under Stress.- References.- References within the Boxes.