A Plant Ecology & Physiology Literature Guide: What to Read by the Ones that Write on it

Sunday, May 28, 2006

Ecophysiology & Stress Physiology

Recommendations by: Walter Larcher, Emeritus Institute of Botany, University of Innsbruck (Austria)

Journal Papers (Stress Physiology)

Demmig-Adams B., Adams W.W. III (1996): The role of xanthophyll cycle carotenoids in the protection of photosynthesis. Trends Plant Sci 1:21--26

Larcher W. (2000): Temperature stress and survival ability of Mediterranean sclerophyllous plants. Plant Biosystems 134, 279-295

Larcher W. (2005): Climatic constraints drive the evolution of low temperature resistance in woody plants. J. Agric. Meteorol. 61, 189-202

Larcher W., Wagner J., Neuner G., Méndez M., Jiménez M.S., Morales D. (1991): Thermal limits of photosynthetic function and viability of leaves of Persea indica and Persea americana. Acta Oecol.12, 529-541

Larcher W., Wagner J., Thammathaworn A. (1990): Effects of superimposed temperature stress on in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence of Vigna unguiculata under saline stress. Journal of Plant Physiology 136, 92-102

Manetas, Y. (2006): Why some leaves are anthocyanic and why most anthocyanic leaves are red? Flora 201, 163-177

Proctor, M.C.F. (2000): The bryophyte paradox: tolerance of desiccation, evasion of drought. Plant Ecology 151, 41-49

Selye, H. (1973): The evolution of the stress concept. Am. Sci. 61, 693-699

Tyree, M. T., Sperry, J. S. (1989): Vulnerability of xylem to cavitation and embolism. Annu. Rev. Plant Phys. Mol. Biol. 40, 19-38

Zarter, C R. Adams III, W W. Ebbert, V. Adamska, I. Jansson, St., Demmig-Adams, B. (2006): Winter acclimation of PsbS and related proteins in the evergreen Arctostaphylos uva-ursi as influenced by altitude and light environment. Plant, Cell and Environment 29, 869–878

Journal Papers (other Ecophysiology)

Borchert, R. Robertson, K. Schwartz, M D. Williams-Linera, G. (2005): Phenology of temperate trees in tropical climates. International Journal of Biometeorology 50, 57-65

Ehleringer J.R., Cerling T.E., Helliker B.R. (1997): C-4 photosynthesis, atmospheric CO2 and climate. Oecologia 112:285--299

Ehleringer, J. R., Sage, R. F., Flanagan, L. B., Pearcy, R. W. (1991): Climate change and the evolution of C4 photosynthesis. Trends Ecol. Evol. 6, 95-99

Gates, D. M. (1965): Energy, plants and ecology. Ecology 46,1-14

Hirose, T., Werger, M. J. A. (1987): Nitrogen use efficiency in instantaneous and daily photosynthesis of leaves in the canopy of a Solidago altissima stand. Physiol.Plant. 70, 215-222,

Hoch, G. Richter, A. Körner, Ch. (2003): Non-structural carbon compounds in temperate forest trees. Plant, Cell and Environment, 26, 1067-1081

Jiménez, M.S., „ermák, J., Kučera, J., Morales, D. (1996): Laurel forests in Tenerife, Canary Islands: the annual course of sap flow in Laurus trees and stand. J. Hydrology 183, 307-321

Körner, Ch. (2003): Carbon limitation in trees. J. Ecology, 91, 4-17

Körner, Ch., Larcher, W. (1988): Plant life in cold climates. Symp. Soc. Exp. Biol. 42, 25-57. Comp. Biol. Ltd. Cambridge 1988

Kozlowski, T. T. (1992): Carbohydrate sources and sinks in woody plants. Bot. Review 58, 107-222

Lange, O L. Green, T G A. (2005): Lichens show that fungi can acclimate their respiration to seasonal changes in temperature. Oecologia 142, 11-19

Long, St P. Zhu, X-G. Naidu, Sh L. Ort, D R. (2006): Can improvement in photosynthesis increase crop yields? Can improvement in photosynthesis increase crop yields? Plant, Cell and Environment 29, 315-330

Pearcy R.W., Ehleringer J.R. (1984): Comparative ecophysiology of C3 and C4 plants. Plant Cell Environ 7:1--13

Prado, C.H.B.A., De·Moraes, J.A.P.V. (1997): Photosynthetic capacity and specific leaf mass in twenty wood species of Cerrado vegetation under field conditions. Photosynthetica 33, 103-112

Reich, P.B., Kloeppel, B.D., Ellsworth, D.S., Walters, M.B. (1995): Different photosynthesis-nitrogen relations in deciduous hardwood and evergreen coniferous tree species. Oecologia 104, 24-30

Steudle E. (2001) The cohesion-tension mechanism and the acquisition of water by plant roots. Annu Rev Plant Physiol Plant Mol Biol 52:847--875

van Bel, A.J.E. (1996): Interaction between sieve element and companion cell and the consequences for photoassimilate distribution. Two structural hardware frames with associated software packages in dicotyledons? J Exp Bot 47:1129--1140

Werner, C., Ryel, R.J., Correia, O., Beyschlag, W. (2001): Effects of photoinhibition on whole-plant carbon gain assessed with a photosynthesis model. Plant, Cell and Environment 24, 27-40

Wohlfahrt, G., Bahn, M., Haubner, E., Horak, I., Michaeler, W., Rottmar, K., Tappeiner, U., Cernusca, A. (1999): Interspecific variation of the biochemical limitation to photosynthesis and related leaf traits of 30 species from mountain grassland ecosystems under different land use. Plant, Cell and Environment 22, 1281-1296


Books and Book chapters

Borchert, R. (2003): Environmental control of vegetative phenology in tropical dry forest trees. In: Larcher, W.: Physiological Plant Ecology - Box 5.1. 4th ed., Springer, Berlin

Crawford, R.M.M. (1989): Studies in plant survival. Blackwell SciPubl, Oxford

Jarvis, P. G., Leverenz, J. W. (1983): Productivity of temperate, deciduous and evergreen forests. In: Lange, O. L., Nobel, P. S., Osmond, C. B., Ziegler, H. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology Vol.12D, pp. 233-280. Springer, Berlin,

Kluge, M., Ting, I. P (1978): Crassulacean Acid Metabolism. Analysis of an ecological adaptation. Springer, Berlin,

Körner, Ch. (2003): Alpine plant life. Functional plant ecology of high mountain ecosystems. 2nd ed., Springer, Berlin

Küppers, M. (2003): Space filling by foliage. In: Larcher, W.: Physiological Plant Ecology - Box 1.1 and Box 1.2. 4th ed., Springer, Berlin

Larcher, W. (1994): Photosynthesis as a tool for indicating temperature stress events. In: Schulze E.-D., Caldwell M.M. (eds.): Ecophysiology of Photosynthesis, 261-277. Springer, Berlin

Lüttge, U.( 1997): Physiological ecology of tropical plants. Springer, Berlin

Marschner, H. (1995): Mineral nutrition of higher plants. 2nd ed., Academic Press, London

Nobel, P. S. (1999): Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology. 2nd ed., Academic Press, San Diego, New York

Rychnovská, M. (1993): Structure and functioning of seminatural meadows. Structure and functioning of seminatural meadows. Elsevier, Amsterdam

Sakai, A., Larcher, W. (1987): Frost survival of plants. Springer, Berlin

Salisbury, F. B. (1996): Units, symbols, and terminology for plant physiology. Oxford Univ. Press, New York

Salisbury, F. B., Ross, C. W. (1992): Plant Physiology. 4th ed.,Wadsworth, Belmont,

Schulze, E.-D. (1982): Plant life forms and their carbon, water and nutrient relations. In: Lange, O.L., Nobel, P. S., Osmond, C. B., Ziegler, H. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology 12B, pp. 615-676. Springer, Berlin

Schulze, E-D., Beck, E., Müller-Hohenstein, K. (2005): Plant Ecology. Springer, Berlin

Turner, N. C. (1979): Drought resistance and adaptation to water deficits in crop plants. In: Mussell, H., Staples, R. C. (eds.): Stress physiology in crop plants, pp. 343-372. Wiley, New York

Uchijima, Z., Seino, H. (1987): Distribution maps of net primary productivity of natural vegetation and related climatic elements on continents. Natl. Inst .Agro-Environm. Sci., Yatabe

van Bel, A.J.E. (2003): Phloem transport: the collective power of single modules. In: Larcher, W.: Physiological Plant Ecology - Box 2.2. 4th ed., Springer, Berlin

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