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Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations (Physiological Ecology)

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsJames R. Ehleringer (Editor), Anthony E. Hall (Editor), Graham D. Farquhar (Editor), Bernard Saugier (Series Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages555
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7326626M
ISBN 100122333802
ISBN 109780122333804

Dawson TE (a) Water sources of plants as determined from xylem-water isotopic composition: perspectives on plant competition, Distribution, And water relations. In: Ehleringer J, Hall A, Farquhar G (eds) Stable isotopes and plant carbon-water relations. Academic Press, Cited by: Stable (16 O, 17 O, 18 O, 1 H, 2 H) and radioactive (3 H) water isotopes as well as other tracers are powerful tools to track the path of water molecules in the water cycle from precipitation to surface and groundwater and, further, to drinking water supplies. They are commonly used to trace the source of water and its flow pathways or to.

  Stable isotope analysis is a powerful tool for assessing plant carbon and water relations and their impact on biogeochemical processes at different scales. Our process-based understanding of stable isotope signals, as well as technological developments, has progressed significantly, opening new frontiers in ecological and interdisciplinary by: This chapter volume presents a critical examination of the importance of stable isotopes in understanding key plant metabolic isotope analyses for estimates of plant water use and metabolismIntegrated estimates of stress impact.

stable isotopes (Box ). You should also realize that no matter what you encounter here, it is only a small part of what there is to learn about iso-topes, so many sections point you towards further readings. This book also emphasizes “learning by doing”in the living File Size: 3MB. Elsevier Scientific: Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations. JR Ehleringer AE Hall GD Farquhar (eds).


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Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations (Physiological Ecology) Download PDF EPUB FB2

This chapter discusses the historical aspects of stable isotopes in plant carbon and water relations. The linkage between 13 C content and photosynthetic pathway type make it possible to determine the extent of C 4 photosynthesis within the plant kingdom.

The chapter discusses the basis of 13 C variation in plants. Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations (Physiological Ecology) 1st Edition by James R. Ehleringer (Editor),Format: Hardcover.

Historical Aspects of Stable Isotopes in Plant Carbon and Water Relations. Biochemical Basis of Carbon Isotope Fractionation. Variability of Carbon Isotope Fractionation During Photosynthesis. Carbon and Oxygen Isotope Effects in the Exchange of Carbon Dioxide Between Terrestrial Plants. This chapter volume presents a critical examination of the importance of stable isotopes in understanding key plant metabolic processes.

Carbon isotope analyses for estimates of plant water use and metabolism; Integrated estimates of stress impacts and life history in ecological systems; Hydrogen and oxygen isotope analyses for evaluating water sources and transpiration; Use of stable isotopes Price: $ Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations (Physiological Ecology) - Kindle edition by Ehleringer, James R., Hall, Anthony E., Farquhar, Graham D.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or cturer: Academic Press. This chapter volume presents a critical examination of the importance of stable isotopes in understanding key plant metabolic isotope analyses for estimates of plant water use.

Presents critical examination of the importance of stable isotopes in understanding key plant metabolic processes. This book includes key features such as: carbon isotope analyses for estimates of.

plant water use and metabolism; integrated estimates of stress impacts and life. Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-water Relations Bernard Saugier, James R. Ehleringer, Anthony E. Hall and Graham D. Farquhar (Eds.). (PDF) Stable isotopes and plant carbon-water relations | Anthony Hall and jim ehleringer - is a platform for academics to share research papers.

Stable isotopes and plant carbon-water relations. Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations by Bernard Saugier,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Choose a colour. This book is based on the proceedings of a meeting held at Riverside, California in It is divided into 33 chapters covering the history and theoretical considerations of plant-water relations, development of stable isotopes in plant biology and biochemical basis of.

This chapter volume presents a critical examination of the importance of stable isotopes in understanding key plant metabolic processes.

Key Features * Carbon isotope analyses for estimates of plant water use and metabolism * Integrated estimates of. Read "Stable Isotopes and Plant Carbon-Water Relations" by Bernard Saugier available from Rakuten Kobo.

This chapter volume presents a critical examination of the importance of stable isotopes in understanding key plant m Brand: Elsevier Science. This chapter discusses the historical aspects of stable isotopes in plant carbon and water relations.

The linkage between 13 C content and photosynthetic pathway type make it possible to determine the extent of C 4 photosynthesis within the plant kingdom. The chapter discusses the basis of Cited by: Sign in to view your account details and order history.

View account Sign out; About Elsevier. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xix, pages): illustrations. Contents: introduction: Water Use in Relation to Productivity --Historical Aspects of Stable Isotopes in Plant Carbon and Water Relations / james R.

Ehleringer --Biochemical basis of Carbon Isotope Fractionation / Marion O'Leary --Variability of Carbon Isotope Fractionation. Progress and challenges in using stable isotopes to trace plant carbon and water relations across scales Article (PDF Available) in Biogeosciences 9(8) August with Reads.

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Stable Isotopes in Plant Ecology Article (PDF Available) in Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 33(1)–59 November with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'. The analysis of stable isotope ratios represents one of the most exciting new technical advances in environmental sciences.

In this book, leading experts offer the first survey of applications of stable isotope analysis to ecological research. Central topics are - plant physiology studies - food webs and animal metabolism - biogeochemical fluxes.Recommended Reading.

Wolfram Meier-Augenstein. Search for more papers by this author. Book Author(s): Wolfram Meier-Augenstein. Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, AB10 7GJ United Kingdom.

Search for more papers by this author. Stable Isotope Forensics: Methods and Forensic Applications of Stable Isotope Analysis. References; Related. Here, we review the current state of knowledge of stable isotope enrichment of leaf water, and its relevance for isotopic signals incorporated into plant organic matter and atmospheric gases.

Models describing evaporative enrichment of leaf water have become increasingly complex over time, reflecting enhanced spatial and temporal by: