4 edition of Responses of plants to UV-B radiation found in the catalog.
Responses of plants to UV-B radiation
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Jelte Rozema, Yiannis Manetas, and Lars-Olof Björn.|
|Series||Advances in vegetation science -- v. 18|
|Contributions||Rozema, J., Manetas, Yiannis., Björn, Lars Olof, 1936-|
|LC Classifications||QK757 .R47 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||2001029000|
Jul 17, · To scale the effects of UV-B radiation in a plant, the whole plant model was augmented with the molecular effects of increased UV-B radiation, the cellular responses to the molecular effects, and their potential consequences on leaf growth and development (Suchar and Robberecht, ).Cited by: 2.
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The responses of plants and ecosystems from the Antarctic and Arctic to enhanced solar UV-B radiation as a consequence of the hole in the ozone layer are considered in some detail.
In addition the papers in the book discuss the problem of how responses of plants to UV-B radiation interact with other environmental factors. The importance of UV-B induced changes in canopy architecture for UV-B and PAR penetration and absorption; G.
Deckmyn, et al. The response of Vivia faba to enhanced UV-B under low and high PAR levels; B.M. Meijkamp, et al. Growth under UV-B radiation increases tolerance to high-light stress in pea and bean plants; E.M. Bolink, et al.
Exposure of plants and animals to ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B; nm) is modified by stratospheric ozone dynamics and climate change. Even though stabilisation and projected recovery of. uv b radiation Download uv b radiation or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get uv b radiation book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Responses of Plants to UV-B Radiation by Jelte Rozema,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Among different research approaches, studies related to the exclusion of solar UV‐B are useful to confirm the adverse effect of UV‐B on various crop species.
This chapter deals with recent understanding of physiological responses to UV‐B stress, and subsequent development of defence mechanism by plants to adapt to the changing truetax.online by: 8. "This book constitutes an excellent review of current knowledge in the area of the changing UV-B environment and plant responses.
This is an excellent source of information and further references on the subject of plants and UV-B." Dawn Gordon, CBA/ABC BulletinAuthor: Peter Lumsden. truetax.online: Responses of Plants to UV-B Radiation (Advances in Vegetation Science) (): Jelte Rozema, Yiannis Manetas, Lars Olof Björn: Books.
While UV-B radiation can be damaging, it also has a more positive role in plant photomorphogenesis. Consequently UV-B treatments are being developed as innovative approaches to improve horticulture. This book is a timely synthesis of what we know and need to know about UV-B radiation and plants.
UV-B Radiation: From Environmental Stressor to Regulator of Plant Growth presents a comprehensive overview of the origins, current state, and future horizons of scientific research on ultraviolet-B radiation and its perception in plants. Chapters explore all facets of UV-B research, including the basics of how UV-B's shorter wavelength.
UV-B Radiation: From Environmental Stressor to Regulator of Plant Growth presents a comprehensive overview of the origins, current state, and future horizons of scientific research on ultraviolet-B radiation and its perception in plants.
Chapters explore all facets of UV-B research, including the basics of how UV-B's shorter wavelength Price: $ Hormone-controlled UV-B responses in plants. UV-B radiation levels used or referred to in key references in this review.
References are in order of appearance per paragraph of the text. Dec 01, · Generally, the strong relationship of photomorphogenetic responses, DNA damage, and UV-B radiation should be kept in mind. Our increasing knowledge about UV-B-related responses in Arabidopsis (Boccalandro et al., ) will enable us to design new screens to isolate mutants with a defective UV-B receptor.
The UV-B specific photoreceptor, UV resistance locus 8 (UVR8), initiates UV-B-mediated signaling pathways in response to low levels of UV-B radiation. Under UV-B radiation, UVR8 is translocated from cytosol to nucleus and interacts with COP1 (CONSTITUTIVELY PHOTOMORPHOGENIC 1), resulting in an increase in the expression of HY5 (ENLONGATED Author: Haijie Dou, Genhua Niu.
While UV-B radiation can be damaging, it also has a more positive role in plant photomorphogenesis. Consequently UV-B treatments are being developed as innovative approaches to improve horticulture.
This book is a timely synthesis of what we know and need to know about UV-B radiation and plants. Table of contents Part 1: The UV-B Environment.
Jul 01, · Ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation present in sunlight is an important trigger of photomorphogenic acclimation and stress responses in sessile land plants. Although numerous moss species grow in unshaded habitats, our understanding of their UV-B responses is very limited.
The genome of the model moss Physcomitrella patens, which grows in sun-exposed open areas, encodes. Topics include: UV-B and its climatology UV-B and terrestrial ecosystems Plant responses to UV-B stress UB- B avoidance mechanisms UV-B and production of secondary metabolites Discovery of UVR8 Timely and important, UV-B Radiation: From Environmental Stressor to Regulator of Plant Growth is an invaluable resource for environmentalists.
Jun 30, · DNA is chemically the same in all organisms and thus similarly susceptible to damage by UV-B in plants and humans. Things are, however, additionally complicated for plants, as they cannot escape UV-B by behavioral responses (for example, moving to shadow, putting on clothes or sun cream).Cited by: Plants and UV-B is a fascinating volume, as much for its ability to highlight the gaps in current knowledge as for its broad and integrative approach.
By raising so Price Range: £ - £ The potential impact of an increase in solar ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation due to human activity on higher plants has been the subject of many studies.
Little work has been carried out so far on cotton responses to enhanced UV-B radiation. The influence of UV-B radiation on plant growth and development.
UV-B radiation can induce several plant photomorphogenic responses which appear to be adaptive, including hypocotyl growth inhibition, cotyledon curling, and rapid induction of the expression of a variety of genes, including those involved in the synthesis of phenylpropanoid and flavonoid UV sunscreens.Cited by: Modeling plant responses to the environment began with pioneering efforts of de Wit (), which followed the development of computers suitable for the tasks and the numerical techniques truetax.online by: 4.
Feb 22, · • UV-B and production of secondary metabolites • Discovery of UVR8. Timely and important, UV-B Radiation: From Environmental Stressor to Regulator of Plant Growth is an invaluable resource for environmentalists, researchers and students, into the state-of-the-art research being done on exposure to UV-B radiation.
Nov 01, · Specific Responses of Plants to Changes in Climate and UV-B Radiation. The information presented below relates to individual plant species and how they have been found to respond to changes in various aspects of climate and truetax.online by: Jun 18, · Ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B, – nm) is an important environmental signal that regulates growth and development in plants.
Two dose-dependent UV-B response pathways were described in plants: a specific one, mediated by UVR8 (the specific UV-B receptor) and an unspecific one, activated by the oxidative damage produced by radiation.
Jun 11, · Ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B) is an intrinsic part of sunlight that is accompanied by significant biological effects. Plants are able to perceive UV-B using the UV-B photoreceptor UVR8 which is linked to a specific molecular signaling pathway and leads to UV-B truetax.online by: As a result of improved experimental design and methods the view of UV-B radiation as a damaging agent, has given way to a view where UV-B radiation is considered as a specific regulator of gene expression, metabolite profiles, and responses to climate change for plants growing in sunlight.
other. UV-B radiation is a part of sun’s energy which due to depletion of ozone veil penetrates the earth’s surface in an elevated level and disrupts the vital metabolic processes of plants and induces genetic instability, which will ultimately be translocated to various trophic levels.
Considering the above forementioned risk of UV-B on. Rozema J, Oudejans AMC, Houter N, Schoonheim H, Walraven I, van 't Klooster C et al. Responses of plants from a dune grassland ecosystem in the Netherlands to solar UV-B: UV-B filtrations and supplementation experiments.
In Rozema J, editor, Stratospheric ozone depletion: the effects of enhanced UV-B radiation on terrestrial truetax.online by: 8. Description This book contains 11 chapters focusing on the UV-B radiation effects on plants from the UV-B environment and ecosystem impact, UV-B changes in plant physiology and secondary metabolism, the biochemistry and molecular biology of UV-B responses and isolation and characterization of the UV-B photoreceptor and signal transduction.
Jun 18, · Ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B, nm) is an important environmental signal that regulates growth and development in plants.
There are two dose-dependent UV-B response pathways in plants: a specific one, mediated by UVR8 (the specific UV-B receptor) and an unspecific one, which is activated by the oxidative damage produced by truetax.online by: 1. The influence of UV-B radiation ( nanometers) on the morphology of 12 common dicot and monocot crop or weed species was examined to determine whether any common responses could be found that might, in turn, be useful in predicting possible changes in competitive balance under solar UV-B.
Jun 01, · Ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B) is an intrinsic part of sunlight that is accompanied by significant biological effects. Plants are able to perceive UV-B using the UV-B photoreceptor UVR8 which is linked to a specific molecular signaling pathway and leads to UV-B truetax.online by: Jan 01, · Low doses of UV-B light ( to nm) elicit photomorphogenic responses in plants that modify biochemical composition, photosynthetic competence, morphogenesis, and defense.
UV RESISTANCE LOCUS8 (UVR8) mediates photomorphogenic responses to UV-B by regulating transcription of a set of target genes. UVR8 differs from other known photoreceptors in that it uses Cited by: Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Jul 08, · Ultraviolet B (UV-B) light is a portion of solar radiation that has significant effects on the development and metabolism of plants.
Effects of UV-B on plants can be classified into photomorphogenic effects and stress effects. These effects largely rely on the control of, and interactions with, hormonal truetax.online by: Nov 01, · We report that the Arabidopsis thaliana mutant sensitive to ABA and drought2 (sad2), which harbors a T-DNA insertion in an importin β-like gene, is more tolerant to UV-B radiation than the wild type.
Analysis of cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer accumulation revealed that less DNA damage occurred in sad2 than in the wild type during UV-B treatment.
This book offers an up-to-date review of the regulatory role of nitric oxide (NO) changes in the morphological, physio-biochemical as well as molecular characteristics of plants under abiotic stress.
The first of two parts comprises four chapters and focuses on the properties, chemical reactions. Interactive Effects of UV‐B Radiation with other Environmental Factors on Phenolics Accumulation 30 UV‐B‐Induced Photomorphological Responses 31 Connection Between UV‐B‐Induced Morphological Responses and Phenolics 32 Effect of UV‐B Radiation on Root Morphology in Relation to Phenolics Ultraviolet B (UV-B) light is a portion of solar radiation that has significant effects on the development and metabolism of plants.
Effects of UV-B on plants can be classified into photomorphogenic effects and stress effects. These effects largely rely on the control of, and interactions with, hormonal pathways. The fairly recent discovery of the UV-B-specific photoreceptor UV RESISTANCE.
Three experiments examined the influence of ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B; nm) exposure on reproduction in Brassica rapa (Brassicacaeae). Plants were grown in a greenhouse under three biologically effective UV-B levels that stimulated either an ambient stratospheric ozone level (control), Exposure to UV-B rays can be damaging to DNA inside of the plant cells, however, UVR8 induces genes required to acclimate plants to UV-B radiation, these genes are responsible for many biosynthesis pathways that involve protection from UV damage, oxidative stress, and photorepair of DNA damage.Shop b plants available for sale right now online!
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