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Plant Physiology[edit]

What is Plant Physiology?
Ecophysiology


Table of Contents[edit]

Chapter 1 Global Warming
1.Global Warming
2. Green House Gases
3.Chemiosmosis
4.Light-dependent reactions
5.Light Energy
6.Photosynthesis
7.Photosystem I & 2
8.Cyclic Photophosphorylation
9. Carbon Assimilation
10.Stoma
11.Carboxylation
12.Calvin Cycle


Chapter 2. Agriculture and Land Restoration
1.Productivity of Crops

2. Food Prodution

3.Translocation

4.Pressure Flow Hypothesis

5.Seed Germination

6. What is a Flower?

7.Megagametogenesis

8.Fruit Development


Chapter 3. Pollution (Air,Water, & Soil)
1.Water Relations

2.Cellular Uptake
3.Plant Stress and Pollution
4.Movement of Water Through Roots

5.Transpiration and Vapor Pressure

6.SPAC

7.Plant Stress

8.Biodiversity in Plants
9.Eutrophication

10.Heavy Metal Pollution

11.Photorespiration
12.Salinity in Plants

13.How Minerals Enter Roots and Xylem

14.What's in Soil
15.Chelation

16.Mycorrhiza

17.Hyperaccumulators



Chapter 4: Bio-fuels[edit]

1. What is Biofuel?
2. What are Biodiesel Cells?

3. Carbon Assimilation and Productivity
4. Cellulose

5. Lipids

6.Cellular Respiration

7. Breakdown of Starch
8. Glycolysis
9.Fatty Acid Synthesis
10.Mitochondrion

Chapter 5 Phytoceuticles
1. Tradional vs. Allopathy

2. Fragrances
3. Herbs and Spices

4. Types of Drugs

5. Drinks made from plants

6.Types of Stressors

7.Secondary Compounds
8. Plants used as medicines
9.Plant Exudate
10.Ethnopharmacology
11.Western Plant Remedies
12.Avoidance
13.