Trace Gas Emissions by Plants

Trace Gas Emissions by Plants

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A book intended for plant physiologists, ecologists, and atmospheric chemists and modelers. Many trace gases are exchanged between the atmosphere and the biosphere. Although much research has been published on the photosynthetic exchanges of carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water vapour, this book focuses on the imports of biogenic trace gases on atmosphere chemistry and ecosystem stability. Included are methane and its affect on the radiative properties of the atmosphere, hydrocarbons (isoprene and monoterpenes) that lead to the production of ozone and carbon monoxide, sulfur, and nitrogen involvement in ecosystem acidification. The biochemistry and physiology of production of these and other gases are investigated.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 365 pages
  • 165 x 241 x 22mm | 704g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • index
  • 012639010X
  • 9780126390100

Table of contents

The fate of biogenic trace gases in the atmosphere, G.P. Brasseur and R. B. Chatfield; role of plants in regulating the methane flux to the atmosphere, H. Schultz et al; effects of vegetation on methane flux, reservoirs, and carbon isotopic composition, J.P. Chanton and J.W.H. Dacey; factors controlling the emissions of monoterpenes and other volatile organic compounds, D.T. Tingey, et al; plant function and biogenic terpene emissions, isoprene effect - light dependent emission of isoprene by green parts of plants, G.A. Sanadze; the biochemistry of isoprene emission from leaves during photosynthesis, T.D. Sharkey et al; physiological reality in relation to ecosystem- and global-level estimates of isoprene emission, R.K. Monson et al; isoprene emission from plants - summary and discussion, R. Fall; the significance of higher plants in the emission of sulfur compounds from terrestrial ecosystems, H. Rennenberg; emission of sulfur compounds from vegetation and global-scale extrapolation, J. Kesselmeier; ammonia emission from the foliage of growing plants, J.K. Schoring; canopy control of trace gas emission, D. Baldocchi; stomatal control of trace gas emissions, T.D. Starkey; trace gas emissions by plants - a summary, P. Matson.
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About Thomas D. Sharkey

Edited by Dr. Jacques Roy, Thomas D. Sharkey and Elizabeth A. Holland
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