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Author: J. Kolek,V. Kozinka
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Title: Physiology of the Plant Root System (Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences)
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Publisher: Springer; 1992 edition (May 31, 1992)
Pages: 362

Physiology of the Plant Root System (Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences) by J. Kolek,V. Kozinka



J. Kolek and V. Kozinka (ed. : Physiology of the Plant Root System. and Control Measures in a Millet-based Farming System. Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences. 68. O. van Cleemput, G. Hofman and A. Vermoesen (ed. : Progress in Nitrogen Cycling.

Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences. Physiology of the Plant Root System. Until recently the interest of plant physiologists in the structure and function of the root, as compared with the above-ground organs, was rather limited. This has led to increased interest in studies of ion uptake and transport from a novel viewpoint.

o. gasparikov a j. kolek . Main entry under title: Structure and function of plant roots. Developments in plant and soil sciences; v. 4) 'Organised by the Slovak Academy of Sciences' - Pref. I. Roots (Botany) - Congresses.

Properties of the soil-root system. A, Spatial geometry of the root system. B, Root hydraulic architecture is the integration of axial (orange lines) and radial (blue lines) hydraulic resistances of individual root segments (gray circles) and soil elements (brown circles). A, Water flow in the plant is a passive process driven by water potential differences and regulated by hydraulic conductivities between the compartments of the system (sphere).

The book contains tile contributions to the First International Symposium on Genetic Aspects of Plant Nutrition, organized by the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade from August 30 to September 4, 1982. In this volume~ 58 papers of participants from 21 countries of Europe, Asia, North and South America and Australia are collected; 21 of these papers were first published in the journal "Plont and Soil", Vol. 72, 1983. The book contains no indexes and some of the illustrations are of inferior quality; this is excusable by the effort of the publishers to minimize the time interval between the symposium and publication of these proceedings, . to bring information as actual as possible.

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Plant and Soil explores the interface of plant biology and soil sciences. Articles discussing a major molecular or mathematical component also fall within the scope of the journal.

Soil Testing SOIL 5813 Soil-Plant Nutrient Cycling and Environmental Quality Department of Plant and Soil Sciences Oklahoma State University Stillwater,Documents. Genetic aspects of plant nutrition, (Developments in Plant and Soil SciencesDocuments. Importance of Soil Testing Hailin Zhang Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. 7. Phosphorus Fertilizers SOIL 5813 Soil-Plant Nutrient Cycling and Environmental Quality Department of Plant and Soil Sciences Oklahoma State University.

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Until recently the interest of plant physiologists in the structure and function of the root, as compared with the above-ground organs, was rather limited. In contrast to the data obtained from agricultural research, where the root is understood as an organ of water and nutrient uptake, recent studies on root systems have evolved as a consequence of an increase in our general knowledge of the transport of substances across biological cell membranes. This has led to increased interest in studies of ion uptake and transport from a novel viewpoint. Parallel to this, the complexity of the histological structure of the root has necessitated a study of this structure in relation to processes which take place in the root. The evaluation of such complex relationships is, in this book, concentrated on recent findings concerning the anatomical structure of the root in relation to its functional manifestations. Based on the principles of structure and function, the metabolic processes in the root, as well as the uptake and transport of water and ions are dealt with. The emphasis throughout is on the structural features. Finally, a short chapter has been included about the root under conditions of environmental stress.