248 pages | 6 Color Illus. | 57 B/W Illus.
Environmental Plant Physiology provides a stupendous knowledge source for undergraduate and graduate students and their teachers in many inter-related disciplines, like life sciences, agricultural sciences, environmental sciences, ecology, and climatology. Further, this book can also be of vital importance for policy makers and organizations dealing with climate related issues and committed to the cause of the Earth. This book can be instrumental in formulating strategies that can lead us to a climate smart planet.
Preface. Acknowledgement. Environment and ecosystems: physiological basis of ecology. Energy relations. Nutrient relations. Water relations. Temperature relations. Allelochemical relations. High altitude physiology. Stress physiology. Physiological effects of climate change.