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By Graham Russell (editor), Bruce Marshall (editor), Paul G. Jarvis (editor)

A radical synthesis of present wisdom concerning the methods canopies develop, enhance, and serve as. just recently have advances in simulation modeling in vegetation all started to stress the structural and useful homes of plant canopies as well as these of the person constituent leaves. The ebook considers those houses by way of the processes--such as transpiration and photosynthesis--by which the cover and its aerial setting engage. subject matters mentioned comprise the which means of cover constitution, interception of sunlight radiation, trade tactics, nitrogen foodstuff, leaf demography, leaf circulate, tillering and branching, and modeling cover tactics from a variety of plant groups and geographical destinations.

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