The Resource Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology, Park S. Nobel, (electronic resource)

Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology, Park S. Nobel, (electronic resource)

Label
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology
Title
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology
Statement of responsibility
Park S. Nobel
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
The new edition of Physicochemical and Environmental Plant Physiology uses elementary chemistry, physics, and mathematics to explain and develop key concepts in plant physiology. In fundamental ways, all physiological processes that occur in cells, tissues, organs, and organisms obey such relations. Topics include diffusion, membranes, water relations, ion transport, photochemistry, bioenergetics of energy conversion, photosynthesis, environmental influences on plant temperature, and gas exchange for leaves and whole plants. This new edition maintains the unparalleled commitment to clea
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Nobel, Park S
Dewey number
571.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
English
LC call number
QK711.2
LC item number
.N623 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Plant physiology
  • Botanical chemistry
  • Plant ecophysiology
  • Plant cells and tissues
Label
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology, Park S. Nobel, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • 1 Cells and Diffusion; 1.1. Cell Structure; 1.1A. Generalized Plant Cell; 1.1B. Leaf Anatomy; 1.1C. Vascular Tissue; 1.1D. Root Anatomy; 1.2. Diffusion; 1.2A. Fick's First Law; 1.2B. Continuity Equation and Fick's Second Law; 1.2C. Time-Distance Relation for Diffusion; 1.3. Membrane Structure; 1.3A. Membrane Models; 1.3B. Organelle Membranes; 1.4. Membrane Permeability; 1.4A. Concentration Difference Across a Membrane; 1.4B. Permeability Coefficient; 1.4C. Diffusion and Cellular Concentration; 1.5. Cell Walls; 1.5A. Chemistry and Morphology; 1.5B. Diffusion Across Cell Walls
  • 1.5C. Stress-Strain Relations of Cell Walls1.6. Problems; 1.7. References; 2 Water; 2.1. Physical Properties; 2.1A. Hydrogen Bonding-Thermal Relations; 2.1B. Surface Tension; 2.1C. Capillary Rise; 2.1D. Capillary Rise in the Xylem; 2.1E. Tensile Strength, Viscosity; 2.1F. Electrical Properties; 2.2. Chemical Potential; 2.2A. Free Energy and Chemical Potential; 2.2B. Analysis of Chemical Potential; 2.2C. Standard State; 2.2D. Hydrostatic Pressure; 2.2E. Water Activity and Osmotic Pressure; 2.2F. Van't Hoff Relation; 2.2G. Matric Pressure; 2.2H. Water Potential
  • 2.3. Central Vacuole and Chloroplasts2.3A. Water Relations of the Central Vacuole; 2.3B. Boyle-Van't Hoff Relation; 2.3C. Osmotic Responses of Chloroplasts; 2.4. Water Potential and Plant Cells; 2.4A. Incipient Plasmolysis; 2.4B. Höfler Diagram and Pressure-Volume Curve; 2.4C. Chemical Potential and Water Potential of Water Vapor; 2.4D. Plant-Air Interface; 2.4E. Pressure in the Cell Wall Water; 2.4F. Water Flux; 2.4G. Cell Growth; 2.4H. Kinetics of Volume Changes; 2.5. Problems; 2.6. References; 3 Solutes; 3.1. Chemical Potential of Ions; 3.1A. Electrical Potential
  • 3.1B. Electroneutrality and Membrane Capacitance3.1C. Activity Coefficients of Ions; 3.1D. Nernst Potential; 3.1E. Example of ENK; 3.2. Fluxes and Diffusion Potentials; 3.2A. Flux and Mobility; 3.2B. Diffusion Potential in a Solution; 3.2C. Membrane Fluxes; 3.2D. Membrane Diffusion Potential-Goldman Equation; 3.2E. Application of Goldman Equation; 3.2F. Donnan Potential; 3.3. Characteristics of Crossing Membranes; 3.3A. Electrogenicity; 3.3B. Boltzmann Energy Distribution and Q10, a Temperature Coefficient; 3.3C. Activation Energy and Arrhenius Plots; 3.3D. Ussing-Teorell Equation
  • 3.3E. Example of Active Transport3.3F. Energy for Active Transport; 3.3G. Speculation on Active Transport; 3.4. Mechanisms for Crossing Membranes; 3.4A. Carriers, Porters, Channels, and Pumps; 3.4B. Michaelis-Menten Formalism; 3.4C. Facilitated Diffusion; 3.5. Principles of Irreversible Thermodynamics; 3.5A. Fluxes, Forces, and Onsager Coefficients; 3.5B. Water and Solute Flow; 3.5C. Flux Densities, LP, and s; 3.5D. Values of Reflection Coefficients; 3.6. Solute Movement Across Membranes; 3.6A. Influence of Reflection Coefficients on Incipient Plasmolysis
  • 3.6B. Extension of the Boyle-Van't Hoff Relation
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (588 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780080455112
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)1000000000363771
  • (EBL)269913
  • (OCoLC)476000040
  • (SSID)ssj0000221513
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  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000221513
  • (PQKBWorkID)10160796
  • (PQKB)11165371
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC269913
  • (EXLCZ)991000000000363771
Label
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology, Park S. Nobel, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • 1 Cells and Diffusion; 1.1. Cell Structure; 1.1A. Generalized Plant Cell; 1.1B. Leaf Anatomy; 1.1C. Vascular Tissue; 1.1D. Root Anatomy; 1.2. Diffusion; 1.2A. Fick's First Law; 1.2B. Continuity Equation and Fick's Second Law; 1.2C. Time-Distance Relation for Diffusion; 1.3. Membrane Structure; 1.3A. Membrane Models; 1.3B. Organelle Membranes; 1.4. Membrane Permeability; 1.4A. Concentration Difference Across a Membrane; 1.4B. Permeability Coefficient; 1.4C. Diffusion and Cellular Concentration; 1.5. Cell Walls; 1.5A. Chemistry and Morphology; 1.5B. Diffusion Across Cell Walls
  • 1.5C. Stress-Strain Relations of Cell Walls1.6. Problems; 1.7. References; 2 Water; 2.1. Physical Properties; 2.1A. Hydrogen Bonding-Thermal Relations; 2.1B. Surface Tension; 2.1C. Capillary Rise; 2.1D. Capillary Rise in the Xylem; 2.1E. Tensile Strength, Viscosity; 2.1F. Electrical Properties; 2.2. Chemical Potential; 2.2A. Free Energy and Chemical Potential; 2.2B. Analysis of Chemical Potential; 2.2C. Standard State; 2.2D. Hydrostatic Pressure; 2.2E. Water Activity and Osmotic Pressure; 2.2F. Van't Hoff Relation; 2.2G. Matric Pressure; 2.2H. Water Potential
  • 2.3. Central Vacuole and Chloroplasts2.3A. Water Relations of the Central Vacuole; 2.3B. Boyle-Van't Hoff Relation; 2.3C. Osmotic Responses of Chloroplasts; 2.4. Water Potential and Plant Cells; 2.4A. Incipient Plasmolysis; 2.4B. Höfler Diagram and Pressure-Volume Curve; 2.4C. Chemical Potential and Water Potential of Water Vapor; 2.4D. Plant-Air Interface; 2.4E. Pressure in the Cell Wall Water; 2.4F. Water Flux; 2.4G. Cell Growth; 2.4H. Kinetics of Volume Changes; 2.5. Problems; 2.6. References; 3 Solutes; 3.1. Chemical Potential of Ions; 3.1A. Electrical Potential
  • 3.1B. Electroneutrality and Membrane Capacitance3.1C. Activity Coefficients of Ions; 3.1D. Nernst Potential; 3.1E. Example of ENK; 3.2. Fluxes and Diffusion Potentials; 3.2A. Flux and Mobility; 3.2B. Diffusion Potential in a Solution; 3.2C. Membrane Fluxes; 3.2D. Membrane Diffusion Potential-Goldman Equation; 3.2E. Application of Goldman Equation; 3.2F. Donnan Potential; 3.3. Characteristics of Crossing Membranes; 3.3A. Electrogenicity; 3.3B. Boltzmann Energy Distribution and Q10, a Temperature Coefficient; 3.3C. Activation Energy and Arrhenius Plots; 3.3D. Ussing-Teorell Equation
  • 3.3E. Example of Active Transport3.3F. Energy for Active Transport; 3.3G. Speculation on Active Transport; 3.4. Mechanisms for Crossing Membranes; 3.4A. Carriers, Porters, Channels, and Pumps; 3.4B. Michaelis-Menten Formalism; 3.4C. Facilitated Diffusion; 3.5. Principles of Irreversible Thermodynamics; 3.5A. Fluxes, Forces, and Onsager Coefficients; 3.5B. Water and Solute Flow; 3.5C. Flux Densities, LP, and s; 3.5D. Values of Reflection Coefficients; 3.6. Solute Movement Across Membranes; 3.6A. Influence of Reflection Coefficients on Incipient Plasmolysis
  • 3.6B. Extension of the Boyle-Van't Hoff Relation
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (588 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780080455112
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)1000000000363771
  • (EBL)269913
  • (OCoLC)476000040
  • (SSID)ssj0000221513
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11187552
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000221513
  • (PQKBWorkID)10160796
  • (PQKB)11165371
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC269913
  • (EXLCZ)991000000000363771

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