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Physiology of Transport in Plants, , S. Sundara Rajan, Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., 8126113626

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Physiology of Transport in Plants

 
S. Sundara Rajan (Author)
Synopsis Plants are unique among living beings as they are capable of producing enough food materials not only for themselves but for other organisms also. They remain in situ, absorb the necessary raw materials from soil and manufacture organic substances. The stationary posture of plants however poses a problem for plants as all parts can not absorb inorganic raw materials from soil and also underground parts (being non green) can not prepare food. This necessitates a mechanism for multichannel transportation. The phenomenon of transportation in deed becomes very complex when distances to be travelled are very long as in trees. Physiology of Transport in Plants analyses the various aspects of transportation such as structures involved, direction, pathways, mechanism, energy involved etc. in a detailed way. The book has chapters dealing with transportation phenomena of both organic and inorganic constituents including the absorption and loss of water. As the understanding of cell structure is integral to the study of any physiology process, chapter two deals with cell in an exhaustive manner.
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S. Sundara Rajan

Dr. S. Sundara Rajan obtained the D.Sc. degree in Botany from the University of Mysore, specializing in plant morphology. He has been teaching and conducting research in Botany for the past 33 years. Currently, he is the Head of the Post-graduate Department of Botany, St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore. Dr. Sundara Rajan’s research interests include plant morphology, physiology, genetics and evolution. He has published over 40 research papers in National and International Journals and has authored more than a dozen books on botany published by leading publishers of India. Dr. Sundara Rajan has traveled abroad widely and has presented papers in many International Conferences. He has contributed several invited articles to many books and encyclopaedias. Presently, his research interests include tracing the history of botany in ancient India, on which he has published about half a dozen papers. Dr. Sundara Rajan has received many research awards and grants. Recently, he has been given the state award for being the best college teacher in Science by the Government of Karnataka.

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Bibliographic information

Title Physiology of Transport in Plants
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126113626
length 186p., Figures; 23cm.