3 edition of Plant communication from an ecological perspective found in the catalog.
Plant communication from an ecological perspective
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frantis̆ek Balus̆ka, Velemir Ninkovic, editors|
|Series||Signaling and communication in plants, Signaling and communication in plants|
|LC Classifications||QK901 .P55 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|ISBN 10||9783642121616, 9783642121623|
|LC Control Number||2010923084|
From this perspective, plants must plan for the future and coordinate growth, food uptake and communication with symbionts. The complementary differentiation of communication types into short-distance and long-distance signaling—with their different yet ultimately complementary tasks—requires cells to identify their position. Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses carbon fluxes in the rhizosphere. Terrestrial ecosystems are intimately connected to atmospheric CO 2 levels through photosynthetic fixation of CO 2, sequestration of C in biomass and soils, and the subsequent release of CO 2 through respiration and decomposition of organic matter. Rhizodeposition is defined as all material lost from plant roots.
Abstract. Plants are capable of acquiring information from other plants, but are they able to send signals and communicate with them? Evolutionary biologists define biological communication as information transmission that is fashioned or maintained by natural selection and signals as traits whose value to the signaler is that they convey information to receivers. Figure 3 provides an overview of the ecological concepts and principles discussed in section 2 and their ap-plication as discussed in section 3. Ecological concepts are general understandings (or facts) about ecosystems and ecosystem management. Ecological principles are basic assumptions (or beliefs) about ecosystems and how.
books available on the internet. Examples of this approach are a special New York City edition of a book in the Magic School Bus series (Scholastic Press) and the Schoolyard Book series produced by the Long Term Ecological Research Network program. Front Ecol Environ ; 8(6): e10–e15, doi/ In a nutshell:Cited by: Daniel Chamovitz, biologist and author of the book, What a Plant Knows, says plants are more complex than was previously understood and are “acutely aware of the world around them.” One key discovery regarding plant communication is that pea vines can .
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This book shows the complexity of plant signaling and behavior in an ecological context and is intended to increase our understanding of it. It reflects the multifaceted interactions between plants and other organisms that affect their growth and : Hardcover.
This book shows the complexity of plant signaling and behavior in an ecological context and is intended to increase our understanding of it. It reflects the multifaceted interactions between plants and other organisms that affect their growth and development.
This book describes recent developments in the evolutionary ecology of plant communication, a relatively recent and rapidly developing topic worthy of synthesis.
The book is part of Springer's ‘Signaling and communication in plants’ series, and comprises 13 by: 1. Introduction. This book shows the complexity of plant signaling and behavior in an ecological context and is intended to increase our understanding of it.
It reflects the multifaceted interactions between plants and other organisms that affect their growth and development. In addition it puts emphasis on the effects of plant signaling and behavior on other trophic levels. It is obvious that in these very early days of ecological plant communication research we are illuminating only the ‘tip of iceberg’ of the communicative nature of higher plants.
Nevertheless, knowledge on the identity and informative value of volatiles used by plants for communication is increasing with breath-taking : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Plant Communication from an Ecological Perspective by Frantisek Baluska,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). This book describes recent developments in the evolutionary ecology of plant communication, a relatively recent and rapidly developing topic worthy of synthesis.
The book is part of Springer's ‘Signaling and communication in plants’ series, and comprises 13 chapters. Request PDF | Plant Communication from an Ecological Perspective | Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Signals and Toxins: A Conceptual Framework.- The Chemistry of Plant Signalling.- Plant Defense.
Yoshino Ando, Shunsuke Utsumi, Takayuki Ohgushi, Aphid as a network creator for the plant‐associated arthropod community and its consequence for plant reproductive success, Functional Ecology, /, 31, 3, (), ().Cited by: This book series will be devoted to diverse aspects of signaling and communication at all levels of plant organization, starting from single molecules and ending at ecological communities.
Brilliant Green: The Surprising History and Science of Plant Intelligence by Stefano Mancuso and Alessandra Viola This tiny book is jam-packed with perspective-shifting facts about the organisms that cover a third of the Earth -- plants. Plant defense signaling from the underground primes aboveground defenses to confer enhanced resistance in a cost-efficient manner.
In: Plant Communication from an Ecological Perspective; Signaling and Communication in Plants (F. Baluska, V. Ninkovic, eds), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp. The Handbook of Health Communication brings together the current body of scholarly work in health communication. With its expansive scope, it offers an introduction for those new to this area, summarizes work for those already learned in the area, and suggests avenues for future research on the relationships between communicative processes and health/health care by: Description.
Contents Plant Ecology 1. Introduction to Plant Ecology, 2. The Environment, 3. Climatic Factors, 4. Edaphic Factors, 5. Topographic Factors, bility: In stock. Plant Sensing and Communication [is a] timely, highly accessible summar[y] of fast-developing fields [It] combine[s] a passion for plants and a desire to illustrate their largely unsung complexities with an appreciation of the burden of proof needed to persuade us of a Cited by: Plant bioacoustic is a newly-emerged field of plant communication.
Plants produce sound waves in the lower end of the audio range as well as an overabundance of ultrasonic sounds. By capturing the signals emitted by plants under different environmental conditions, I am exploring the ecological significance of these sounds to communication among. Communication between plants allows them to share physiological and ecological information relevant for their survival and?tness.
It is obvious that in these very early days of ecological plant communication research we are illuminating only the tip of iceberg of the communicative nature of higher plants. Rex Hartson, Pardha Pyla, in The UX Book (Second Edition), Creating an Ecological Design.
The ecological perspective. The ecological design perspective is a viewpoint that looks at how a system or product works within its external environment. The Routledge Handbook of Health Communication book. Edited By Teresa L.
Thompson, Roxanne Parrott, Alicia Dorsey, Back to book. chapter 4. 28 Pages. Communication in Medical Encounters: An Ecological Perspective. With Richard L. Street, by: Reference for this book chapter: Teater, B. Social Work Practice from an Ecological Perspective.
social worker to hear and read verbal and nonverbal communication as well as : Barbra Teater. The book is a highly valuable extension of basic textbooks about nutrient acquisition by plants.
I would recommend it most strongly to all ecologists who want to read a clear introductory review on each of the announced topics and as a starting source of relevant references." Book Subtitle An Ecological Perspective Editors.
Hormoz.The result is an important new reference on the relationships between plants and sulphur at all levels – including contributions arising from recent ‘omic’ approaches.
With implications for issues such as agriculture, forestry, water management and ecosystem restoration, this book is relevant to a wide audience, from graduate level.perspectives on plant population ecology/ecological systems of the geobiosphere.
i. ecological principles in global perspective (book).Author: J. P. Grime.