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Course: Plant Physiology

Styliani Chorianopoulou
6
3
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Chemical composition of plants. Physiological characteristics of the principal organic compounds.

2.   Principles of higher plant metabolism (biophysical phenomena, enzymes, allostery, inhibition, membranes).

3.   Respiratory metabolism of higher plants.

4.   Exchange of materials, active and passive transport, water absorption, water potential of cells and tissues.

5.   Inorganic nutrition of higher plants, absorption, transport and translocation. Laws of plant yield. Metabolism and symbiotic fixation of nitrogen. Metabolism of other mineral nutrients.

6.   Photosynthesis, carbon assimilation and biosynthesis of organic compounds.

7.   Plant growth and development.  Phytohormones. Environmental factors affecting growth and development. Thermoperiodism, photoperiodism, dormancy and  transpiration.  Stress physiology.

 

Teaching aids: "Plant Physiology" Parts I and II by J.Drosopoulos

Examination: Written

Dimitris Bouranis
6
3
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Chemical composition of plants. Physiological characteristics of the principal organic compounds.

2.   Principles of higher plant metabolism (biophysical phenomena, enzymes, allostery, inhibition, membranes).

3.   Respiratory metabolism of higher plants.

4.   Exchange of materials, active and passive transport, water absorption, water potential of cells and tissues.

5.   Inorganic nutrition of higher plants, absorption, transport and translocation. Laws of plant yield. Metabolism and symbiotic fixation of nitrogen. Metabolism of other mineral nutrients.

6.   Photosynthesis, carbon assimilation and biosynthesis of organic compounds.

7.   Plant growth and development.  Phytohormones. Environmental factors affecting growth and development. Thermoperiodism, photoperiodism, dormancy and  transpiration.  Stress physiology.

 

Teaching aids: "Plant Physiology" Parts I and II by J.Drosopoulos

Examination: Written

Dimosthenis Nikolopoulos
6
3
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Chemical composition of plants. Physiological characteristics of the principal organic compounds.

2.   Principles of higher plant metabolism (biophysical phenomena, enzymes, allostery, inhibition, membranes).

3.   Respiratory metabolism of higher plants.

4.   Exchange of materials, active and passive transport, water absorption, water potential of cells and tissues.

5.   Inorganic nutrition of higher plants, absorption, transport and translocation. Laws of plant yield. Metabolism and symbiotic fixation of nitrogen. Metabolism of other mineral nutrients.

6.   Photosynthesis, carbon assimilation and biosynthesis of organic compounds.

7.   Plant growth and development.  Phytohormones. Environmental factors affecting growth and development. Thermoperiodism, photoperiodism, dormancy and  transpiration.  Stress physiology.

 

Teaching aids: "Plant Physiology" Parts I and II by J.Drosopoulos

Examination: Written

Georgios Liakopoulos
6
3
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Chemical composition of plants. Physiological characteristics of the principal organic compounds.

2.   Principles of higher plant metabolism (biophysical phenomena, enzymes, allostery, inhibition, membranes).

3.   Respiratory metabolism of higher plants.

4.   Exchange of materials, active and passive transport, water absorption, water potential of cells and tissues.

5.   Inorganic nutrition of higher plants, absorption, transport and translocation. Laws of plant yield. Metabolism and symbiotic fixation of nitrogen. Metabolism of other mineral nutrients.

6.   Photosynthesis, carbon assimilation and biosynthesis of organic compounds.

7.   Plant growth and development.  Phytohormones. Environmental factors affecting growth and development. Thermoperiodism, photoperiodism, dormancy and  transpiration.  Stress physiology.

 

Teaching aids: "Plant Physiology" Parts I and II by J.Drosopoulos

Examination: Written