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Descripción Wiley, 2008. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Chapter 1: Plant Cells and Water.1.1 Water has Unique Physical and Chemical Properties.1.2 The Thermal Properties of Water are Biologically Important.1.3 Water is the Universal Solvent.1.4 Polarity of Water Molecules Results in Cohesion and Adhesion.1.5 Water Movement may be Governed by Diffusion or by Bulk Flow.1.6 Osmosis is the Diffusion of Water Across a Selectively Permeable Membrane.1.7 Hydrostatic Pressure and Osmotic Pressure are Two Components of Water Potential.1.8 Water Potential is the Sum of its Component Potentials.1.9 Dynamic Flux of H 2 O is Associated with Changes in Water Potential.1.10 Aquaporins Facilitate the Cellular Movement of Water.1.11 Two-Component Sensing/Signalling Systems are Involved in Osmoregulation.Summary.Chapter review.Further reading.Chapter 2: Whole Plant Water Relations.2.1 Transpiration is Driven by Differences in Vapor Pressure.2.2 The Driving Force of Transpiration is Differences in Vapor Pressure.2.3 The Rate of Transpiration is Influenced by Environmental Factors.2.4 Water Conduction Occurs via Tracheary Elements.2.5 The Ascent of Xylem SAP is Explained by Combining Transpiration with the Cohesive Forces of Water.2.6 Water Loss due to Transpiration must be Replenished.2.7 Roots Absorb and Transport Water.2.8 The Permeability of Roots to Water Varies.2.9 radial Movement of Water Through the Root Involves Two Possible Pathways.Summary.Chapter Review.Further Reading.Chapter 3: Roots, Soils, and Nutrient Uptake.3.1 The Soil as a Nutrient Reservoir.3.2 Nutrient Uptake.3.3 Selective Accumulation of Ions by Roots.3.4 Electrochemical Gradients and Ion Movements.3.5 Electrogenic Pumps are Critical for Cellular Active Transport.3.6 Cellular Ion Uptake Processes are Interactive.3.7 Root Architecture is Important to Maximize Ion Uptake.3.8 The Radial Path of Ion Movement Through Roots.3.9 Root-Microbe Interactions.Summary.Chapter Review.Further Reading.Chapter 4: Plants and Inorganic Nutrients.4.1 Methods and Nutrient Solutions.4.2 The Essential Nutrient Elements.4.3 Beneficial Elements.4.4 Nutrient Functions and Deficiency Symptoms.4.5 Toxicity of Micronutrients.Summary.Chapter Review.Further Reading.Chapter 5: Bioenergetics and ATP Synthesis.5.1 Bioenergetics and Energy Transformations in Living Organisms.5.2 Energy Transformation and Coupled Reactions.5.3 Energy Transduction and the Chemiosmotic Synthesis of ATP.Summary.Chapter Review.Further Reading.Chapter 6: The Dual Role of Sunlight: Energy and Information.6.1 The Physical Nature of Light.6.2 The natural Radiation Environment.6.3 Photoreceptors Absorb Light for use in a Physiological Process.Summary.Chapter Review.Further Reading.Chapter 7: Energy Conservation in Photosynthesis: Harvesting Sunlight.7.1 Leaves are Photosynthetic Machines that Maximize the Absorption of Light.7.2 Photosynthesis is an Oxidation-Reduction Process.7.3 Photosynthetic Electron Transport.7.4 Photophosphorylation is the Light-Dependent Synthesis of ATP.7.5 Lateral Heterogeneity is the Unequal Distribut. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0470247665