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0792370538
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M. J. Reigosa Roger
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Handbook of Plant Ecophysiology TechniquesAuthor: Manuel J. Reigosa Roger Published by Springer Netherlands ISBN .

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The Handbook of Plant Ecophysiology Techniques you have now in your hands is the result of several combined events and efforts. The birth of this handbook can be traced as far as 1997, when our Plant Ecophysiology lab at the University of Vigo hosted a practical course on Plant Ecophysiology Techniques. That course showed us how much useful a handbook presenting a bunch of techniques would be for the scientists beginning to work on Plant Ecophysiology

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Автор: Reigosa Roger M. Название: Handbook of Plant Ecophysiology Techniques Издательство: Springer . 16. Determination of Transpiration Using a Steady-State Porometer; . Reigosa Roger, A. SГЎnchez-Moreiras. 17. Stomata Imprints.

16. A New and Quick Method to Count Stomata and Epidermis Cells; . Sanchez-Moreiras.

Manuel Reigosa Roger. A chlorophyll fluorescence analysis of photosynthetic efficiency, quantum yield and photon energy dissipation in PSII antennae of Lactuca sativa L. a b s t r a c t This study investigated the effects of cinnamic acid (CA) on growth, biochemical and physiological responses of Lactuca sativa L. CA (., . and . mM) treatments decreased plant height, root. length, leaf and root fresh weight, but it did not affect the leaf water status.

Fluorescence Techniques . Reigosa Roger, O. Weiss. oceedings{Roger2001HandbookOP, title {Handbook of Plant Ecophysiology Techniques}, author {Manuel Joaqu{'i}n Reigosa Roger}, booktitle {Springer Netherlands}, year {2001} }. 11. Modulated Fluorescence O. Weiss, . 12. Plant Water Status L. Gonzalez, . 13. Determination of Water Potential in Leaves L. Gonzalez. 14. Determination of Relative Water Content L. Gonzalez, M. Gonzalez-Vilar. 15. Determination of Water Potential in Soils L. Manuel Joaquín Reigosa Roger. List of Contributors.

The Handbook of Plant Ecophysiology Techniques you have now in your hands is the result of several combined events and efforts. The birth of this handbook can be traced as far as 1997, when our Plant Ecophysiology lab at the University of Vigo hosted a practical course on Plant Ecophysiology Techniques. That course showed us how much useful a handbook presenting a bunch of techniques would be for the scientists beginning to work on Plant Ecophysiology. In fact, we wrote a short handbook explaining the basics of the techniques taught in that 1997 course: Flow cytometry to measure ploidy levels, Use of a Steady-State porometer to measure transpiration, In vivo measure of fluorescence, HPLC analysis of low molecular weight phenolics, Spectrophotometric determinations of free proline and soluble proteins, TLC polyamines contents measures, Isoenzymatic electrophoresis, Use of IRGA and oxygen electrode. That modest handbook, written in Spanish, was very helpful, both for the people who attended the course and for other who have used it for beginning to work in Plant Ecophysiology. The present Handbook is much more ambitious, and it includes more techniques. But we have also had in mind the young scientists beginning to work on Plant Ecophysiology. In 1999 François Pellissier leaded a proposal presented to the European Commission in the Fifth Framework Program in the High Level * Scientific Conferences, including three EuroLab Courses about lab and field techniques useful to improve allelopathic research.