Beyond the Visible: A handbook of best practice in plant UV photobiology presents methods for research on the responses of plants to ultraviolet (UV) radiation. The knowledge needed to make informed decisions about manipulation and quantification of UV radiation is summarized. Practical recommendations for obtaining reliable and relevant data and interpretations are given. The handbook covers research both on terrestrial and aquatic plants and it deals with experimentation on ecological, eco-physiological and physiological questions. The handbook includes 115 figures, mostly in colour, 19 tables and 12 text boxes. It is the result of the activities of COST action FA0906 qUV4growth, q and it includes contributions by 17 authors. From the foreword by Dr. Marcel A. K. Jansen: qThis book ... is an important contribution towards such sound experimental design, promoting both qgood practiceq in UV-B manipulation, as well as qstandardisationq of methodologies. Writing an authoritative book that will steer experimental approaches over the coming years, can not easily be done by an individual, but rather requires the concerted effort of a team of expert scientists. ... This is surely an excellent example of a concerted, Europeanwide activity that will boost the plant UV-B research field in Europe and beyond, for years to come.qA Handbook of Best Practice in Plant UV Photobiology Pedro J Aphalo, Andreas Albert, Lars Olof BjAprn , Andy McLeod, ... use for photosynthesis research for a long time (Tennessen et al., and many gas-exchange instruments use LEDs as a light source. ... There is also a handy pair of Android applicaa tions, a#39;elektor LED Resistor Calculatora#39; and a#39;elektor Resistor Color ... adopted to achieve the Entrance ] Collimating mirror Focusing mirror production of multiple spatially- separated.
|Title||:||Beyond the Visible|
|Author||:||Pedro J Aphalo, Andreas Albert, Lars Olof Björn , Andy McLeod, T. Matthew Robson, Eva Rosenqvist|
|Publisher||:||Helsingin yliopisto - 2012-11-02|