|Statement||by S.S. Malhotra, A.A. Khan ; for Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program, Project LS 3.3.|
|Series||AOSERP report ;, 110|
|Contributions||Khan, A. A. 1934-, Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program.|
|LC Classifications||SB745 .M352 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||81198800|
In addition to the major air pollutants, other agents may cause extensive damage to vegetation. One such agent is the herbicide 2, 4-D. Very low concentrations of 2, 4-D cause defoliation, dwarfing, curling, stiffening, and twisting (Figure 52). Cotton, grape, and toma- to plants are especially sensitive to 2, 4-D. Heath RL () Initial events in injury to plants by air pollutants. Annual Review of Plant Physiology – Google Scholar Heath RL () The biochemistry of ozone attack on the plasma membrane of plant by: Malhotra and Addison Interim Report on Symptomology and Threshold Levels of Air Pollutant Injury to Vegetation, to –.pdf, kb Malhotra and Khan Physiology and Mechanisms of Airborne Pollutant Injury to Vegetation, –.pdf, mb. Mechanisms of Air Pollution-Induced Toxicity Pulmonary toxicity. The general consensus is that once deposited in the lungs, air pollutants trigger an inflammation-related cascade (64, 65). Intra-tracheal instillation of ambient particles was shown to induce direct inflammatory response in rat by:
"This book's continued emphasis on using primary quantitative data to illustrate plant behaviour and function maintains its authoritative position as the core text for environmental plant physiology. This third edition sees the scope of the book expanding upwards and outwards with a new section on remote sensing, and inwards to cover the Cited by: 20 Effects of Airborne Pollutants Eva J. Pell, Jennifer D. Miller and Douglas G. Bielenberg I. Introduction II. Physiology and Biochemistry of Ozone-induced Accelerated Leaf Senescence III. Mechanisms of Ozone-induced Accelerated Leaf Senescence : Eva J. Pell, Jennifer D. Miller, Douglas G. Bielenberg. The mechanisms of recovery from pollutant injury have been described by Tingey and Taylor (). The extent and speed of re-establishment of a normal metabolic state following pollutant mixture injury will be an important determinant of economic loss from exposure to mixtures, but economic losses have not been estimated on these bases. Effects of air pollution from road transport on growth and physiology of six transplanted bryophyte species. Motor vehicles emit a cocktail of pollutants; however, little is known about the effects of these pollutants on bryophytes located in roadside habitats.
Recognition of Air Pollution Injury to Vegetation: A Pictorial Atlas [Flagler, Richard B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Recognition of Air Pollution Injury to Vegetation: A Pictorial AtlasCited by: These toxic pollutants include sulphur and nitrogen oxides, carbon (II) oxide and soot particles, as well as smaller quantities of toxic metals, organic molecules and radioactive isotopes .Effects of air pollutants on vegetation is the best direct determination of toxic effects of air pollutants . Heath RL () Initial events in injury to plants by air pollutants. Annual Review of Plant Physiology – Google Scholar Heath RL, Chimiklis P, Frederick P () The role of potassium and lipids in ozone injury to plant by: Fluoride. In: Recognition of Air Pollutant Injury to Vegetation: A Pictorial Atlas. 2nd Edition.