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Ecophysiology of Tropical Plants: Recent Trends and Future Perspectives

 Ecophysiology of Tropical Plants: Recent Trends and Future Perspectives

Ecophysiology of Tropical Plants: Recent Trends and Future Perspectives

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Sachchidanand Tripathi, Rahul Bhadouria, Pratap Srivastava, Rishikesh Singh, Rajkumari Sanayaima Devi

ISBNs: B0CKFQPQJS, 1032370440, 9781032370446, 9781032370477, 9781003335054, 978-1032370446, 978-1032370477, 978-1003335054, 978-1-032-3-7044-6, 978-1-032-3-7047

English | 2024 | PDF | 338 Pages

Plants in tropical regions are coping with enormous challenges of physiological stresses owing to changing environmental and climatic conditions. Rapid growth of human population and rampant exploitation of fossil fuels and other developmental activities are actively contributing to such perturbations. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has projected a sustained increase in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and thereby a rise in global temperature in the coming decades. The resultant changes in precipitation patterns are now evident across the globe due to intensication of hydrological cycle. Moreover, gaseous and particulate pollutants are also an immense challenge for tropical plants. Such vagaries in environmental conditions have signicant impacts on the ecophysiological traits of plants, resulting from altered interactions of tropical plants with each other, as well as other biotic and abiotic components within the ecosystem. Books available in the market that particularly focus on ecophysiological responses of tropical plants to abiotic and biotic environmental factors under climate change are limited. This book intends to fill this knowledge gap and provides a detailed analysis on ecophysiological responses of tropical plants to these environmental challenges, as well as suggesting some approachable measures for plant adaptations to these challenges. The book is equally applicable to undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers, teachers and forest managers, and policy makers.

Salient features of the book are:

A comprehensive discussion on adaptive mechanisms of plants through their ecophysiological responses to various biotic and abiotic stresses
Elaboration on the recent techniques involved in ecophysiological research
A detailed account of evolutionary responses of plants to changing climate
Discussion of recent research results and some pointers to future advancements in ecophysiological research
Presentation of information in a way that is accessible for students, researchers, and teachers practicing in plant physiology and ecology.