Volume 181 2005

Nutrient Acquisition by Plants

An Ecological Perspective

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ISBN: 978-3-540-24186-7 (Print) 978-3-540-27675-3 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

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    Pages 1-14

    Soil Factors Affecting Nutrient Bioavailability

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    Pages 15-41

    Decomposition and Mineralization of Nutrients from Litter and Humus

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    Pages 43-61

    Integrated Root Responses to Variations in Nutrient Supply

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    Pages 63-88

    Internal Regulation of Nutrient Uptake by Relative Growth Rate and Nutrient-Use Efficiency

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    Pages 89-116

    Biological Nitrogen Fixation Associated with Angiosperms in Terrestrial Ecosystems

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    Pages 117-145

    Homeostatic Processes for the Optimization of Nutrient Absorption: Physiology and Molecular Biology

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    Pages 147-183

    Root Architecture and Nutrient Acquisition

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    Pages 185-220

    The Efficiency of Nutrient Acquisition over the Life of a Root

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    Pages 221-276

    Action and Interaction in the Mycorrhizal Hyphosphere — a Re-evaluation of the Role of Mycorrhizas in Nutrient Acquisition and Plant Ecology

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    Pages 277-310

    Effects of Soil Temperature on Nutrient Uptake

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    Pages 311-329

    Nutrient Acquisition of Terrestrial Plants in a Changing Climate

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    Pages 331-339

    From Molecular Biology to Biogeochemistry: Toward an Integrated View of Plant Nutrient Uptake