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relation of temperature to growth and respiration in the potato plant

John Bushnell

relation of temperature to growth and respiration in the potato plant

by John Bushnell

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potatoes -- Growth.,
  • Potatoes -- Effect of temperature on.,
  • Plants -- Respiration.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John White Bushnell.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK755 .B87
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 l.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5762660M
    LC Control Number71232870

      The improvement in photosynthesis efficiency at higher CO2 levels does not tell the whole story, but it is a good place to start, since all plant growth relies on this process. Photosynthesis is the process by which plants utilize visible light energy (e.g. sunlight) to convert aerial CO2 and water (from roots) into plant matter.   In plants growth is accomplished by cell division, increase in cell number and cell enlargement. So, growth is a quantitative phenomenon which can be measured in relation to time. Plant growth is generally indeterminate due to capacity of unlimited growth throughout the life. Meristem tissues are present at the certain locality of plant body.

    Model Development Relative Temperature Functions (subroutine THTIME) SUBSTOR-Potato uses zero-to-one relative temperature functions based on mean daily air temperature (XTEMP; variable descriptions in Table 1) or soil temperature (ST(LO)) to simulate the response of different plant organs and processes over a wide temperature range.   INTRODUCTION. Plant respiration or carbon loss (CO 2 efflux) has always received far less attention than photosynthetic carbon gain (CO 2 assimilation) in relation to crop yields (Bonner, ; Loomis and Williams, ; Ainsworth and Ort, ; Foyer et al., ).One reason is the sheer complexity of the metabolic processes underlying respiratory Cited by: 8.

    5 Plant Growth under Temperature Extremes THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF POTATO CULTURE AT COOL TEMPERATURES* C. Ochoa, Universidad Agraria, Lima, Peru Dr. Ochoa stressed the fact that low nighttime temperature (° to -5° C) is the main problem of potato production in Andean culture. External factors. Temperature: Growth increases with increases in temperature until it reaches a maximum at optimum rate of growth decrease with further increases in growth of a species is typically adapted to its natural temperature environment. Light: Light affects growth depending on its intensity, quality and periodicity.


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Relation of temperature to growth and respiration in the potato plant by John Bushnell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Summary. The effects of short- and long-term changes in temperature on plant respiration (R) are discuss the methods available for quantifying the short- and long-term temperature-dependence of extent to which the Q 10 (the proportional change in R with a 10 °C increase in temperature) and the degree of thermal acclimation (change in the temperature Cited by: Possibly no other major crop varies in its sensitivity to water stress based on growth stage than potato.

In this section, irrigation recommendations at key production periods are based on the S-shaped growth curves of roots, vines and tubers (Pavlista, )(Table 3). This is Book 8 in the Super Smart Science book series.

This colorful picture book is a great introduction to botany. It teaches key vocabulary such as leaf, stem, root, xylem, cellulose, chloroplast, photosynthesis and respiration, and the pronunciation.

It is thorough and easy to understand/5(25). Plant respiration is the controlled oxidation of energy-rich photosynthetic end-products (i.e. starch and sucrose) via the pathways of glycolysis, the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle and.

Roca, J. and Midmore, D.J. () Effect of quantity of lime and its depth of incorporation on growth and yield of potato in an acid soil, in Research for the Potato in the Year (ed. W.J. Hooker), International Potato Center, Lima, pp.

– by: A study was conducted to establish a growth rate response of potato plant (Solanum tuberosum L.) tops to exposure to hr periods of six constant. The global environment is changing with increasing temperature and atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, [CO 2].Because these two factors are concomitant, and the global [CO 2] rise will affect all biomes across the full global range of temperatures, it is essential to review the theory and observations on effects of temperature and [CO 2] interactions on plant carbon balance, Cited by: Respiration in Plants is a process in which plants absorb free oxygen molecules to produce water, carbon dioxide, and energy, required for plants to grow.

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[email protected]{osti_, title = {Alternative respiratory path capacity in plant mitochondria: effect of growth temperature, the electrochemical gradient, and assay pH.

[Zea mays L., Vigna radiata L., Symplocarpus foetidus L., Sauromatum guttatum Schott]}, author = {Elthon, T E and Stewart, C R and McCoy, C A and Bonner, Jr, W D}, abstractNote = {Influence of growth temperature on the. We investigated the effect of short-term changes in temperature on alternative (Alt) and cytochrome (Cyt) pathway respiration, both in intact tissues and isolated mitochondria of d-old cotyledons of soybean (Glycine max L.

cv Stevens). We also established the extent to which temperature alters the interaction between the oxidizing pathways and the level of Cited by: This study investigated the effect of P (, and mM) on potato response to excess Mn (,and mM) at two pH ( and ) conditions in vitro using KH 2 32 PO 4 and 54 Mn SO 4 H 2 O as dual isotopic tracers.

Toxicity due to excess Mn supply resulted in stem streak necrosis with significant inhibition in microplant rooting and by: Temperature stress is becoming the major concern for plant scientists worldwide due to the changing climate. The difficulty of climate change is further added considering its precisely projecting potential agricultural impacts [1, 2].Temperature stress has devastating effects on plant growth and metabolism, as these processes have optimum temperature limits in every plant Cited by:   Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) yield is limited by high temperatures, which restricts the use of this plant in the tropics (Awan, ; Burton, ), the optimum temperature for tuber growth being around 22°C (Burton, ).Several factors could be responsible for this phenomenon.

Elevated temperatures lead to (a) increased photorespiration and inhibition of Cited by: Dark respiration of winter wheat crops in relation to temperature and simulated photosynthesis A - Papers appearing in refereed journals Mitchell, R.

C., Lawlor, D. and Young, A. Cited by:   At the temperature range of 8–12 °C the rate of respiration of potato tuber is minimum (Burton ). The most significant benefit of storing the potatoes within the temperature range of 8–12 °C is that this temperature range allows the minimum accumulation of reducing sugars in stored potato tubers (Smith ; Ezekiel et al.

a, b).Cited by: of changes that ultimately lead to a mature plant and reproduction of the species. Favorable temperature and moisture are essential for successful development of the seedling during the first critical stages of growth.

Rapid germination and growth results in high demand for light, moisture, nutrients and other plant growth Size: 1MB. postharvest handling of sweetpotatoes.

It incorporates new information on good agricultural practices (GAPs) and packing line sanitation and configurations, and the results of an in-depth packing line survey.

Also included are plans and operating recommendations for a moderate-sized sweet-potato curing and storage facility with negative horizontal. But in germinating seeds or sprouting potato tuber there is a loss of weight during growth, obviously due to utilisation of stored food matters.

In the lower plants, like unicellular organisms, growth is simple enlargement of the cell; but in the vast majority of plants, besides enlargement, new cells are continually formed which enlarge and. Nitrate nutrition and temperature effects on wheat: a synthesis of plant growth and nitrogen uptake in relation to metabolic and physiological processes.

Journal of Experimental Botany. 39 (3), pp. Cited by:. Diurnal cycles provide a tractable system to study the response of metabolism and growth to fluctuating temperatures. We reasoned that the response to daytime and night temperature may vary; while daytime temperature affects photosynthesis, night temperature affects use of carbon that was accumulated in the light.

Three Arabidopsis thaliana accessions .Daily water usage by the potato is dependent on the growth stage of the plant and environmental conditions on that day.

It is directly related to canopy development, mostly leaves which contain nearly all the stomates. Environmental conditions that affect daily water use are air temperature, relative humidity, wind, and solar radiation.Plant growth hormones or regulators are of the following types: Plant Growth Promoters; Plant Growth Inhibitors; Plant Growth Promoters Auxins.

The first phytohormone to be discovered is the Auxin and it was discovered by the biologist Charles Darwin.