Plant Physiology I University of Tsukuba
In this lecture, the relationship between various physiological phenomena and the environmental factors in the life history of higher plant will be overviewed for the understanding from the viewpoint at whole plant to cell levels with adding the latest molecular biological findings.
Understanding the relationship between various developmental and physiological phenomena and the environmental factors in the life history of higher plant from the viewpoint at whole plant to cell levels with the latest molecular biological findings
Prerequisite; Introduction to Plant Physiology
Grading : Evaluated by sum of each teacher’s evaluation (report).
Life history of higher plants & environmental factors (Irving)Seed germination (Irving)Polarity & tropism (Irving)Mineral uptake and hyperaccumulation (Furukawa)Responses to low nutrient conditions (Furukawa)Flower induction (Ono)Defense responses against pathogenic infection & herbivory (Miura)Regulation of stomatal movement, adaptation to water stress (Miura)Cellular responses to temperature stresses (Miura)Utilization of knowledge of plant physiology (Miura)
Online Course Requirement
Irving Louis John,Furukawa Jun,Miura Kenji,Ono Michiyuki
Lecture attendance will be recorded. Attendance will count toward the final grade (A medical note or similar can exempt students from losing marks this way).
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Ono Michiyuki,Miura Kenji
Email address: email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university