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Plant Responses to Air Pollution and Global Change

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Pollution & threats to the environment,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Environmental Science,
  • CO2,
  • Plant biotechnology,
  • Science / Botany,
  • carbon cycles,
  • climate change,
  • plant metabolism,
  • Biotechnology,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Climatic changes,
  • Effect of air pollution on,
  • Plants,
  • trees

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKenji Omasa (Editor), Isamu Nouchi (Editor), Luit J. De Kok (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12410861M
    ISBN 104431310134
    ISBN 109784431310136

    Responses of plant metabolism to air pollution and global change. (Ed. by LUIT J. DE KOK and INEKE STULEN.) 24×16 cm. Pp. xix+ with text‐figures. Leiden, The Netherlands: Backhuys Publishers, Price h/b: NLG /US$ ISBN 90 95 : T. A. Mansfield. Air Pollution and Plant Biotechnology presents recent results in this field, including plant responses during phytomonitoring, pollution-resistant plant species, imaging diagnosis of plant responses, and the use of novel transgenic plants, along with reviews of basic plant .

    This book focuses upon air pollution, types of air pollutants and their impact on plant physiological and biochemical systems. The book begins with a brief background on air pollution and continues with a discussion on different types, effects, and solutions to the pollution. The chapters that follow, explore the different effects of pollution on chloroplasts, respiration, biochemistry and. Unfortunately, this region (with greatest population density) has also become one of the most polluted and a ‘hot spot’ for air pollution (Emberson et al., ). The main factors contributing to air pollution in IGP and urban areas include emissions from vehicles, thermal power plants, industries and : Vivek Pandey, Elina Oksanen, Nandita Singh, Chhemendra Sharma.

    Ernst, WHO , Ecotypic variation and environmental adaptation to air pollution and global change. in LJ de Kok & I Stulen (eds), Responses of Plant Metabolism to Air Pollution and Global Change.. Backhuys Publ., Leiden, pp. Solutions to Air Pollution To combat pollution in the United States, the Clean Air Act Amendments of gave the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the authority to establish and enforce air pollution standards and to set emission standards for new factories and .


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The main force behind climate change is the elevated concentration of CO2 in the at­ mosphere. Carbon dioxide and air pollutants come mostly from the same industrial sources and diffuse globally, so that air pollution is also part of global change in the pre­ sent era.

The impacts on plants and plant ecosystems have complex interrelationships and lead to global change in a circular manner as changes Brand: Springer Japan. The main force behind climate change is the elevated concentration of CO2 in the at­ mosphere.

Carbon dioxide and air pollutants come mostly from the same industrial sources and diffuse globally, so that air pollution is also part of global change in the pre­ sent era. The impacts on plants and plant ecosystems have complex interrelationships and lead to global change in a circular manner as changes.

: Plant Responses to Air Pollution (): Umesh Kulshrestha, Pallavi Saxena: Books. About this book. This book focuses upon air pollution, types of air pollutants and their impact on plant physiological and biochemical systems.

The book begins with a brief background on air pollution and continues with a discussion on different types, effects, and solutions to the pollution. The chapters that follow, explore the different effects of pollution on chloroplasts, respiration, biochemistry and physiology of plant.

Plant Responses to Air Pollution and Global Change. This book reviews current topics on plant metabolism of air pollutants and elevated CO2, responses of whole plants and plant ecosystems, genetics and molecular biology for functioning improvement, experimental ecosystems and climate change research, global carbon-cycle monitoring in plant ecosystems, and other important issues.

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Plant Responses to Air Pollution and Global Change eBook: Omasa, Kenji, Nouchi, Isamu, De Kok, Luit J.: : Kindle StoreManufacturer: Springer. This multi-authored work integrates the varied plant growth responses to the pollution stress; the focus of the attention is plant rather than pollutant. This portrays a clearer picture of plant performance versus air pollution, and helps develop a better insight of the pollution-based disturbances at the different levels of plant life.

Plant Responses to Air Pollution and Global Change: Omasa, Kenji, Nouchi, Isamu, De Kok, Luit J.: Books - + CDN$ : Hardcover. This multi-author book aims to integrate different plant growth responses to air pollution by covering structural, functional and biochemical responses in addition to the whole-plant or plant community response to pollution.

The 20 chapters include an overview of the global status of air pollution, a chapter on the role of atmospheric chemistry in assessment of crop growth and productivity. Responses of Plants to Air Pollution examines the effects of air pollutants, individually and synergistically, on both higher and lower plants.

The subject matter overlaps into a wide range of disciplines including agronomy, plant anatomy, biochemistry, cryptogamic botany, ecology, entomology, forestry, horticulture, landscape architecture.

Carbon dioxide and air pollutants come mostly from the same industrial sources and diffuse globally, so that air pollution is also part of global change in the pre­ sent era. This book reviews current topics on plant metabolism of air pollutants and elevated CO2, responses of whole plants and plant ecosystems, genetics and molecular biology for functioning improvement, experimental ecosystems and climate change research, global carbon-cycle monitoring in plant ecosystems, and other important issues.

The authors, conducting research in Europe, the United. Moreover, it covers the basic concepts of atmospheric transport and transformations of pollutants, and issues of global change and the use of science in air pollution policy formulation.

It also emphasises about the effects of air pollutants in altering plant response to common stresses, both abiotic and biotic - fields by giving the focus on Brand: Springer Singapore. Responses of Plants to Air Pollution examines the effects of air pollutants, individually and synergistically, on both higher and lower plants.

The subject matter overlaps into a wide range of disciplines including agronomy, plant anatomy, biochemistry, cryptogamic botany, ecology, entomology, forestry, horticulture, landscape architecture Book Edition: 1. This standard textbook provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the direct and indirect impacts of air pollution on plant life.

Written by an international team of experts, the book covers the main historical aspects and sources of pollutants, atmospheric transport and transformations of pollutants, and issues of global change and the use of science in air pollution policy.

@article{osti_, title = {Responses of plants to air pollution}, author = {Mudd, J.B. and Kozlowski, T.T.}, abstractNote = {This volume details the effects of air pollutants both individually and synergistically on the higher and lower plant groups.

Discussions range from the subcellular level to entire ecosystems, and cover anatomy, pathology and biochemistry of plants in relation to.Book Description There are significant pressures from climate change and air pollution that forests currently face.

This book aims to increase understanding of the state and potential of forest ecosystems to mitigate and adapt to climate change in a polluted environment.This standard textbook provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the direct and indirect impacts of air pollution on plant life.

Written by an international team of experts, the book covers the main historical aspects and sources of pollutants, atmospheric transport and transformations of pollutants, and issues of global change and the use of science in air pollution policy : Paperback.