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by Dr David W Lawlor (Author). It is perhaps a cliche to say that the process of photosynthesis is the most important one on Earth. Taking advantage of an essentially inexhaustible source of photons, photosynthesis is a highly complex sequence of physical events, with its evolutionary origins only recently explained. One learns of how the chloroplasts contain DNA that replicates independently of other parts of the genome.

Undoubtedly, photosynthesis is one of the most important process for the life planet maintenance. The sun releases radiant energy that is able to boost the photosynthetic apparatus of the plants, which produce carbohydrates that will be used in the respiration. Among the most important reactions of photosynthesis is the release of oxygen, essential for respiration, which happens in photosystem II. The products generated in the first phase of photosynthesis or photochemical phase (ATP and NADPH) are used in the second phase or the carbon fixation phase.

English: Photosynthesis : molecular, physiological and environmental processes by David W. Lawlor 2. e. Harlow . Deutsch: Photosynthese : Stoffwechsel, Kontrolle, Physiologie bei David W. Lawlor; Donat-Peter Häder Stuttgart . English: Molecular mechanisms of photosynthesis by Robert E. Blankenship, 2. 1. publ. Chichester : Wiley Blackwell, 2014. Seminar: English: The tools of biochemistry by Terrance G. Cooper; New York : Wiley, 1977.

Photosynthesis; molecular, physiological and environmental processes. Environmental regulation of C3and C4differentiation in the amphibious sedge Eleocharis vivipara.

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Photosynthesis is a well-regulated process utilizing solar energy for .

Photosynthesis is a well-regulated process utilizing solar energy for storage as chemical energy to meet the plant’s metabolic needs. Photosynthesis is one the first processes inhibited under the changing environment leading to reduction of growth and productivity of plants. Chapter 1 - Photosynthesis: Molecular Regulation through Biotic and Abiotic Factors (pp. 1-22) Saumya Srivastava and Yogesh Kumar Sharma (Plant Physiology Laboratory, Department of Botany, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India).

In fundamental ways, all physiological processes that occur in cells, tissues, organs, and organisms obey such relations. A great contribution of PhD Nobel. On Physicochemical and Environmental Plant Physiology.

A Molecular, Physiological, and Ecological Approach. Increasing understanding of the many molecular and biochemical processes that respond in a purposive way to the changing environment has given rise to an appreciation that many, if not all, environmental cues evoke primary responses at a molecular level, and that it is these responses that result in changes in gross plant physiology and morphology. Likewise, changes in the relative proportions of metabolites and ions within intracellular compartments in response to such environmental cues also give rise to multiple changes in gene expression.

This book provides a simplified description of the partial process of photosynthesis at a molecular, organelle, cell and organ levels of organization in plants, which contribute to the complete process. It considers how photophysics and biochemistry determine the physiological characteristics of plants and production of plant dry matter. The text links the fundamentals of light capture by pigment molecules to the generation of high energy organic molecules and their consumption in carbon dioxide, nitrate and sulphate reduction. The mechanisms are related to the structure and function of the leaf and to control of energy and material fluxes. Photosynthesis in leaves is analyzed as the resultant of light activation, biochemical demand, and the supply of CO2. Photosynthetic processes are related to plant environment, sun and shade leaves for example, and C4 and CAM photosynthesis are analyzed as ecophysiological variants of a basic process. Leaf photosynthesis is put into context as one, albeit the major, determinant of productivity of vegetation. Plant productivity is the result of the interaction of many sub-systems, all driven by the primary energy capture. Photosynthesis by the whole plant is to be seen as a series of balanced but dynamic interactions between individual molecular and physiological mechanisms. The text is intended for undergraduate and graduate study in plant biology courses and for non-specialists in other disciplines who wish to understand photosynthetic mechanisms and control. The approach is qualitative, but there is some emphasis on quantitative aspects to encourage progress towards more rigorous analysis of the photosynthetic system, for example by modelling and systems analysis. References are mainly from the secondary or review literature, from which detailed arguments and the primary literature may be obtained.
Photosynthesis: Molecular, Physiological and Environmental Processes download epub
Science & Mathematics
Author: David W. Lawlor
ISBN: 0582086574
Category: Other
Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Longman Pub Group; Subsequent edition (June 1, 1993)
Pages: 318 pages