The Respiration of Higher Plants

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Produced in 1980 by the Institute of Biology as part of its Studies in Biology series, this booklet looks at respiration in plants. Basic respiratory processes are considered to be common in all cells, but plants do exhibit some biochemical differences. They may contain numerous terminal oxidases and exhibit light-activated photorespiration. Changes in respiratory metabolism are an integral part of plant developmental physiology.

This booklet contains sections that look at:
* The respiratory system of higher plants
* Rates of respiration
* Respiration and physiological activity
* Anaerobiosis
* Photorespiration

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