Botany 431 - Physiological Plant Ecology


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Required Textbook

Physiological Plant Ecology (Third Edition) 1995. Walter Larcher. Springer Verlag.

Other Supporting Textbooks

Texts highlighted in brown are available on reserve in the Cameron Library.

  1. Bazzaz. (1997) Plants in Changing Environments.

  2. Bazzaz & Grace. (1997) Plant Resource Allocation.

  3. Boyer. (1995) Measuring the Water Status of Plants and Soils.

  4. Crawley. (1997) Plant Ecology.

  5. Davies. (1995) Plant Hormones: Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

  6. Ehleringer, Hall & Farquhar. (1993) Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations.

  7. Hall, Scurlock, Bolhar-Nordenkampf, Leegood & Long. (1993) Photosynthesis and Production in a Changing Environment: a Field and Laboratory Manual.

  8. Jones. (1992) Plants and Microclimate.

  9. Kendrick & Kronenberg. (1994) Photomorphogenesis in Plants.

  10. Kozlowski, Kramer & Pallardy. (1991) The Physiological Ecology of Woody Plants.

  11. Kramer & Boyer. (1995) Water Relations of Plants and Soils.

  12. Lumsden (Ed). (1997) Plants and UV-B.

  13. Marschner. (1995) Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants.

  14. Nobel. (1991) Physiochemical and Environmental Plant Physiology.

  15. Pearcy, Ehleringer, Mooney & Rundel. (1989) Plant Physiological Ecology: Field Methods and Instrumentation.

  16. Raschi,A. (1997) Plant Responses to Elevated Carbon Dioxide.

  17. Salisbury and Ross. (1992) Plant Physiology. (The text for Botany 240).

  18. Schultze & Caldwell. (1993) Ecophysiology of Photosynthesis.

  19. Smith & Hinckley. (1995) Ecophysiology of Coniferous Forests.

  20. Smith & Hinckley. (1995) Resource Physiology of Conifers.

  21. Smith & Griffiths. (1993) Water Deficits: Plant Responses from Cell to Community.

  22. Smirnoff. (1995) Environment and Plant Metabolism: Flexibility and Adaptation.

  23. Thomas & Vince-Prue. (1996) Photoperiodism in Plants.

  24. Anything in the Springer-Verlag series 'Ecological Studies'.

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