4 edition of Light as an ecological factor, II found in the catalog.
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|Statement||edited by G. C. Evans, R. Bainbridge and O. Rackham.|
|Series||Symposium of the British Ecological Society ;, 16th|
|Contributions||Evans, G. Clifford, Bainbridge, Richard., Rackham, Oliver., British Ecological Society.|
|LC Classifications||QK911.B7 A35 no.16, QH515 A35 no.16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 616 p. :|
|Number of Pages||616|
|LC Control Number||76378264|
This book attempts to provide a soundly based introduction to those features of the atmospheric environment of particular relevance to plants; it also describes the physical and physiological principles required for understanding how these factors affect plants. The underlying biophysics and biochemistry are explained in the context of plants growing in their natural environment.5/5(2). Here is your short Paragraph on the The Role of Light as an Ecological Factor! Light is one of the most vital and essential abiotic ecological factor without which no life can exist. On light depends the photosynthesis or synthesis of food by green plants which in turn support all .
Light is often defined as part of the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible for the human eye and extends from wavelengths of about – nm. However, many biological processes are also triggered by the UV‐B (– nm), UV‐A (– nm), and the near infrared (– nm) part of the spectrum that can reach Earth's surface. Ecological factors synonyms, Ecological factors pronunciation, Ecological factors translation, English dictionary definition of Ecological factors. n. pl. ecologies 1.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers of the 16th symposium of the British Ecological Society, March Description. Light As an Ecological Factor, II: The 16th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, March, G. Evans Published by Blackwell Science Inc ().
Light as an ecological factor, II: the 16th symposium of the British Ecological Society, March, Author: G Clifford Evans ; Richard Bainbridge ; Oliver Rackham ; British Ecological Society. The interaction of light intensity and nitrogen supply in the growth and metabolism of grasses and clover.
The influence of light intensity and nitrogen supply on the leaf production of II book defoliated by: Light as an ecological factor a symposium of the British Ecological Society, Cambridge, 30th March-1 April by British Ecological Society. Published by Wiley in New York.
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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Light is one of the most important factors in the growth of plants and also one of the most difficult to study. In order to understand many of its specific effects, workers have resorted to experiments in small chambers using artificial light, and in so far as possible, artificial climate also.2 Such.
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Light is the main source of energy in the earth for the existence of life. Visible light is the most ecological important because it is necessary for photosynthesis, so called photosynthetically active radiation.
ADVERTISEMENTS: The following points highlight the four types of ecological factors in plants. The types are: (1) Climatic Factors (2) Edaphic Factors (3) Physiographic Factors and (4) Biotic Factors.
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Topics of interest include the biodiversity, distribution, biomass, and populations of organisms, as well as cooperation and competition within and between species. It has long been known that the general colors and tones of animals tend to match their backgrounds (E.
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