New directions in physiological ecology. Conference papers, Sheffield University, March 1990

P. Calow, J. Grace

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    Presents essay reviews on: Plant physiological ecology - determinants of progress (H.A.Mooney); Future of animal physiological ecology (M.E.Feder & B.A.Block); Biochemistry, physiological ecology and population genetics (W.B.Watt); From physiology to population dynamics and communities (J.H.Lawton); Plant characteristics as determinants of plants growth (C.Korner); Structures and transformations of life histories (R.E.Ricklefs); Life history approach to physiological ecology (R.M.Sibly); Physical and ecological evaluation of heterogeneity (J.Grace); Functional approaches to predicting the ecological effects of global change (F.I.Woodward & A.D.Diament); Genetic control of physiological response (M.O.Humphreys); Protein turnover (A.J.S.Hawkins); Limitations of energy acquisition and energy use in small poikilotherms (W.Wieser); Mechanistic understanding of resource competition in plant communities (B.D.Campbell et al); Stable isotope technology in physiological ecology (H.Griffiths); Stable isotope composition of stem and leaf water (L.B.Flanagan & J.R.Ehleringer); Carbon acquisition and assimilation in parasitic plants (M.C.Press, S.Smith & G.R.Stewart); Invertebrate survival of sub-zero temperatures (W.Block); Insects at low temperatures (J.S.Bale); Accelerated ageing; a reproductive cost in the carabid Notiophilus biguttatus (G.Ernsting & J.A.Isaaks); Ethylene in shoot elongation - survival and seed output of flooded Rumex maritimus (A.J.M.Van der Sman et al); Fat-free mass of birds; use of total body electrical conductivity (I.Scott, M.Grant & P.R.Evans). Some papers are abstracted separately. -P.J.Jarvis

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    JournalFunctional Ecology
    Issue number2
    StatePublished - 1991


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