Units, Symbols, and Terminology for Plant Physiology: A Reference for Presentation of Research Results in the Plant Sciences by Frank B. SalisburyUnits, Symbols, and Terminology for Plant Physiology: A Reference for Presentation of Research Results in the Plant Sciences by Frank B. Salisbury

Units, Symbols, and Terminology for Plant Physiology: A Reference for Presentation of Research…

byFrank B. Salisbury

Paperback | October 1, 1996

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This book represents a beginning toward a consensus on units, symbols, and terminology in the plant sciences. Written by 27 specialists and reviewed by several others, each discussion is condensed for easy reference, but still thorough enough to answer virtually any question concerning plantterminology. Principles are outlined and covered in readable text. Some chapters include formulas and definitions of specialized terms, while others include recommendations for suitable units. The appendices offer guidelines on presenting scientific data, such as principles of grammar, oral andposter presentations, and reporting on data from experiments that utilized growth chambers. Anyone involved in the plant sciences, particularly plant physiology, will find this an invaluable reference.
Frank B. Salisbury is at Utah State University.
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Title:Units, Symbols, and Terminology for Plant Physiology: A Reference for Presentation of Research…Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 9.25 × 6.46 × 0.51 inPublished:October 1, 1996Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Table of Contents

PART I: The Basics1. F. Salisbury: Summary of the International System of Units (SI)2. J. McNeill and M. Barkworth: Rules for Botanical Nomenclature3. D. Sisson: StatisticsPART II: Plant Biophysics4. M. Savage: Basic Thermodynamic Quantities5. J. Dainty: Solutions (Ionic Relations)6. J. Dainty: Water Relations7. F. Salisbury and M. Savage: Energy Transfer8. D. Geiger and A. van Bel: Phloem Transport9. D. Krizek and J. Sager: Electromagnetic RadiationPART III: Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology10. C. Black: Plant Biochemistry11. E. Reardon and C. Price: Plant Molecular Biology and Gene DesignationsPART IV: Plant Growth and Development12. R. Erickson: Morphogenesis and the Kinetics of Plant Growth13. B. Bugbee: Growth Analysis and Yield Components14. W. Haupt: Plant Movements15. R. Cleland: Growth Substance16. W. Koukkari and B. Sweeney: Biological Timing17. F. Salisbury: Dormancy, Photoperiodism, and Vernalization18. Stress Physiology:

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"Few are as qualified to write a book of this nature as is Frank Salisbury."--Science Books and Films