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Plant Physiology

SY BSc Sem-III

Author: Dr. Hema Sane, Dr. Savita Rahangdale, Dr. Sanjaykumar Rahangdale

Book ID: 1893

ISBN: 978-81-947753-4-8

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Contents

1. Introduction to Plant Physiology

1.1 Definition and Scope

1.2 Application of Plant Physiology

2. Absorption of Water

2.1 Role of Water in the Life of Plants

2.2 Absorption of Water

2.2.1 Path of Water

2.2.2 Mechanism of Absorption of Water

2.2.3 Absorption of Water with Reference to Crop Plants

2.2.4 Factors affecting Absorption of Water

3. Ascent of Sap

3.1 Introduction and Definition

3.2 Path of Sap / Water

3.3 Transpiration Pull or Cohesion Tension Theory

3.4 Factors affecting Ascent of Sap

4. Transpiration

4.1 Transpiration - an Unavoidable Evil

4.2 Types of Transpiration

4.3 Structure of Stomata

4.3.1 Structure of the Stoma

4.3.2 Distribution of Stomata

4.3.3 Behaviour of the Stomata

4.4 Mechanism of Opening and Closing of Stomata

4.4.1 Steward’s Hypothesis

4.4.2 K+ Pump Hypothesis

4.4.3 K+ Pump Hypothesis and Opening and Closing of Stomata

4.4.4 H+ Ions and Opening and Closing of Stomata

4.5 Factors Affecting Transpiration

4.5.1  Internal Factors

4.5.2  External Factors

4.6 Significance of Transpiration

4.7 Antitranspirants

4.7.1 What are Antitranspirants/Antidesiccants?

4.7.2 Characteristics of an Ideal Antitranspirant

4.7.3 Types of Antitranspirants

4.7.4 Applications of Antitranspirants

4.8 Guttation

4.9 Exudation

5. Nitrogen Metabolism

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Nitrogen Fixation

5.2.1 Physical Fixation

5.2.2 Biological Nitrogen Fixation

5.3 Importance and Production of BGA

5.3.1 Importance of BGA

5.3.2 Production of BGA

5.4 Assimilation of Nitrogen by the Plant

6. Seed Dormancy and Germination

6.1 Definition of Seed Dormancy and Types

6.1.1 Types of Dormancy

6.1.2 Advantages of Seed Dormancy

6.2 Methods to Break Seed Dormancy

6.2.1 Methods to remove hardness of Seed Coat or Physical Dormancy

6.2.2 Methods to remove Germination Inhibitors from Seeds

6.2.3 Methods to overcome Physiological Dormancy

6.3 Metabolic changes during Seed Germination

6.3.1 Physiological Status of a Viable Seed

6.3.2 Physiological Changes during Germination

6.3.3 Physical Changes during Germination

6.4 Role of Phyto-hormones to Improve Germination

6.5 Vigour Index

7. Physiology of Flowering

7.1 Photoperiodism

7.1.1 Concept of Critical Day Length

7.1.2 Photoperiodic Classification of Plants

7.1.3 Some Important Aspects of Photoperiodism

7.1.4 Photoperiodic Induction of Flowering

7.1.5 Phytochromes and Flowering

7.2 Phytohormones and Initiation of Flowering

7.3 Application of Photoperiodism

7.4 Vernalisation

7.4.1 Concept and Definition

7.4.2 Conditions for Vernalization

7.4.3 Mechanism of Vernalization

7.4.4 Importance of Vernalization

7.4.5 Application of Vernalization

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