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Record #186646:

Effects of enhanced UV-B radiation and epidermal UV screening in Arctic and alpine plants / Line Nubakken, Wolfgang Bilger.

Title: Effects of enhanced UV-B radiation and epidermal UV screening in Arctic and alpine plants / Line Nubakken, Wolfgang Bilger.
Author(s): Nubakken, Line.
Bilger, Wolfgang.
Date: 2007.
Publisher: Berlin: Springer
In: Arctic alpine ecosystems and people in a changing environment. (2007.),
Abstract: Discusses possible negative effects of increased UV-B radiation, and protection against UV-B radiation offered by absorbing pigments. UV-absorbing compounds in higher plants are mainly located in epidermis of leaves, where they screen damaging radiation before reaching mesophyll cells.
Notes:

In: Arctic alpine ecosystems and people in a changing environment / Jon Børre Ørbaek, Roland Kallenborn, Ingunn Tombre, eds.

Keywords: 551.52 -- Atmospheric radiation and temperature.
551.521.63 -- Ultraviolet radiation.
551.521.67 -- Radiation, solar.
574.24 -- Habitat conditions, effect of alterations.
58.03/.05 -- Plants, influence of physical environment.
58.036 -- Plants, influence of temperature.
G -- Botany.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 186646

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