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LoomisD. This book is centred on the 'production processes' of crops and pastures - photosynthesis and use of water and nutrients in fields.
The book is unique in its combination of great breadth and depth in its treatment of production processes and systems problems. The approach is explanatory and integrative, with a firm basis in environmental physics, soils, physiology, and morphology, in contrast to descriptive or reductionist approaches.
Systems concepts are introduced early and expanded as the book proceeds, giving emphasis to quantitative approaches, to management strategies and tactics employed by farmers, and to environmental issues. The systems approach is brought together in the final chapters where production and nutrient cycling are analyzed, for example farms and problems in an uncertain future are considered. The book is based on courses taught by the authors in Australia and the United States and is designed for use as a text for an introductory course in crop ecology advanced undergraduates and beginning post-graduate level.
It is more than a text, however. Given the wide range of subjects, the authors have integrated reference and background material to create a 'stand-alone' reference work useful to a wide audience of agriculturalists. Agricultural systems. Respiration and partitioning. Community concepts. Genetic resources. Physical and chemical environments. Aerial environment. Production processes.
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Download files for later. Send to friends and colleagues. Modify, remix, and reuse just remember to cite OCW as the source. Lecture Notes. Lecture note files. Modeling: life cycle example 23 Student presentations 24 Student presentations cont. Need help getting started? Don't show me this again Welcome! Chemical kinetics PDF Modeling: dechlorination. Population modeling PDF Modeling: pesticide impact. Closed cycles PDF Modeling: nutrient enrichment.
Networks PDF Modeling: traffic. Basic thermodynamic concepts PDF Modeling: building energy. Radiative energy transfer PDF Modeling: building energy. Open system thermodynamics PDF Modeling: heat discharge to a stream.Lecture Notes: Set No. Name a plant! Duckweed, geranium, apple tree, oak tree, dandelion, algae, redwood tree, carrot, etc. Lots of biodiversity! Plants come in different shapes, sizes. Some are short-lived, others live for hundreds of years. Plants have adapted to a wide variety of habitats, and methods of reproducing and dispersing themselves.
According to E. Wilson in his book, "The Diversity of Life" there are aboutspecies of higher plants i. There are about 26, species of algae. Sedentary Plants don't move about. Modular construction - repeating units due to localized areas of growth meristems ; plants grow at their tips and outward in girth.
Different modules perform specific functions Roots - anchorage and absorption of water and dissolved nutrients. Leaves - absorption of light energy and atmospheric gases carbon dioxide. Reproductive structures; male, female, or both sexes e. Structures that hold spores or seeds as they mature e. Stem - support leaves and reproductive structures, and the link between these modules and the root system. Maximize surface area for absorption of gas, light, nutrients and water.
Cellular level i. Role of plants in the biosphere.Lecture notes on Plant Physiology for your upcoming examination. Compilation of notes on plants physiology.
After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Introduction to Plant Physiology 2. Need for the Study of Plant Physiology 3. Role of Water in Plant Physiology 4. Plant Physiology Contents:. Note 1. Introduction to Plant Physiology: In plant physiology, natural phenomena operating in the living plants and plant parts are studied. It is a discipline of botany where the structure of the cell, tissues and organs is associated with processes and functions.
The different responses of organisms to environmental alternations and the resultant growth and development which are the outcome of such responses are also studied in plant physiology. A process comprises a series of sequential events operating under natural conditions.
Some of the most important processes operating in plants are stomatal mechanism; water and mineral absorption; photosynthesis, respiration, etc. A plant physiologist tends to understand, describe and explain such processes. The natural activity of the cells, tissues, organs and organisms is referred to as their function. A plant physiologist must understand, describe and explain these functions as well.
These functions are explained at the cellular and molecular levels. In plant physiology, an attempt is also made to study the factors which modify growth and development. In other words, a plant physiologist must understand and explain how external stimuli and factors modify plant responses. In brief, in plant physiology, comprehensive information on the structure, processes and functions operative at the cells, tissues, organs is desired in order to explain the processes of growth and development in an organism.
These days, a plant physiologist must have a sound knowledge of chemistry, biochemistry, physics, statistics and plant molecular biology. In fact, these sciences have contributed immensely in elucidating the functional and structural aspects of plants.
Indeed the development of these sciences has contributed to the evolution and discovery of several instruments and techniques which helped in the elaboration of plant anatomy. A sound knowledge of plant anatomy is essential for interpreting the functions and processes operating in a plant. Several of the plant processes could only be revealed by the use of sophisticated instruments and techniques provided by the chemical and physical sciences.
The availability of the techniques of radioisotopes, antimetabolites, chromatography, scanning, transmission electron microscopy, and mass spectrometry has helped in the elaboration of several processes. In fact, elaboration of cell structure has considerably aided in understanding plant structure in relation to function. The discovery in plants of lysosomes, peroxisomes and other organelles in recent years is the outcome of combined technology of biochemists, biophysicists and anatomists.
Clearly plant physiology is not a static discipline but shall always change and be enrichened by the discovery and usage of new methodology and instruments. This is also a reason why for one process divergent opinions exist. The observations are dependent upon techniques employed while the interpretations are dependent upon understanding of divergent chemical and physical phenomena.
Obviously a plant physiologist is always open to self or other corrections. It is an enlivened science which will change with time and be enrichened with more and increased experiences over the years. Take, for instance, the process of photosynthesis and even the discovery of photorespiration or the processes operating in C 4 plants.
Since plants possess different patterns and habitats as compared to animals it is important to study plant physiology. Plants are also static and possess the capacity to manufacture their own food. Therefore, they possess the capacity to grow and add cells throughout their life span.An aspect of biology which deals with the inter-relationship between biotic and a biotic component as well as the relationships among the individuals of the biotic component is called ecology.
Organisms form interacting systems or communities, these communities are coupled to their environments by transfer of matter and energy and so the communities and environment are interrelated.
A functional system formed by communities and their environment is called ecosystem. Thus ecology is a science of ecosystems or totality of reciprocal interactions between living organisms and their physical surroundings. Clark, M. The things of the world are classified into two major groups namely the living or biotic component and the non-living or a biotic component.
The biotic component includes all types of living organisms, both plants and animals and the biotic component includes the non-living materials soil, water, air, etc. The living organisms exist in an environmental setting of which they are a part.
Every aspect of life is influenced by the environment and the activities of organisms affect their environment. It can also be defined as the study of life in relation to environment; the environment being the aggregate of all external conditions and influences which affect the life and development of organisms at a given spot. Recently, Eudgene Odum has defined ecology as the study of the structure and the function of nature.
According to Charles J. KrebsEcology is the scientific study of interactions that determine the distribution and abundance of organisms. Smith R. The aggregate of all things; physical, chemical and biological and the influences which affect the life and development of organisms is called environment.
This branch of science that seeks to determine the effects of environmental factors on the growth, distribution and migration of the organisms and also deals with some other aspects of relationship between organisms and those factors is called Environmental Science.
The concept of environment is as old as human civilization. Early people considered science of nature as Natural Philosophy. Now environmental science has emerged as interdisciplinary subject comprising Biosciences, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Geography and Social Sciences. Ecology, like biology, has been subdivided into plant ecology and animal ecology. Plant ecology deals with the relationship between plants and their environments and animal ecology is concerned with the study of relationship between animals and their environments.
Ethology is the term now generally used by biologists to denote the scientific study of animal behaviour with special reference to the behaviour of animal in its normal environment. In recent years there has grown an idea that in biological organisation the plants and animals are closely interdependent and they react with one another in many ways and at a particular place plants and animals share the same set of conditions and same environment.
Therefore, these two subdivisions, plant ecology and animal ecology should be unified. In view of this reasonable fact, the authors of modem ecology have accounted for the study of both plants and animals in the environment. Autecology is concerned with the study of individual animal or plant species or its population throughout its life history in relation to the habitat in which it grows.
In other words, it is a study of inter-relationship between individual species or its population and its environment. The other area of ecology which deals with systems of many species—whole communities or major fractions of communities and ecosystems is termed Synecology in English speaking countries, or biocenology or bio-sociology by many Europeans. Whittaker, R. It is concerned with the structure, nature, development and causes of distribution of communities.
To understand the ecology of plant communities, the ecological life cycles autecology of at least most important plant species of the communities must first be studied. Thus, autecology forms a basis for synecology.
The study of plant community structure is called phytosociology or plant sociology. The study of plant ecology merges with plant geography or phytogeography.