bio 101 plant structure

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Unformatted text preview: 1. Pho to s ynthe s is 3. Water uptake/transport 2. Plant Structure 4. Pla nts a nd G lo ba l C ha ng e CO 2 H 2 O Basics of Photosynthesis Mauna Loa, Hawaii Global CO 2 Change Source: globalchange.umich.edu; see Fig. 54.15 Mauna Loa (Hawaii) CO 2 measurements Figure 54-15 Why has atmospheric carbon risen since 1800? Problem: Plants and Global Change A. Can plants help prevent atm CO 2 rise? 2 Fig 54.18 Rainforests highest terrestrial primary productivity Marine primary productivity in lowest in open ocean Fig 54.8 What limits terrestrial ecosystem productivity? What limits marine ecosystem productivity? Table of Primary Production Bottle Experiments: Fe promotes phytoplankton growth Phytoplankton Bloom Goal to sequester atmospheric carbon in seafloor Ec o s ys te m Expe rim e nts Testing the Iron Hypothesis IRON CHLOROPHYLL NITROGEN CO 2 Issues and Iron Seeding: 1. What ecological concerns might arise with the adding of Fe to open ocean?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Freeman during the Spring '11 term at Union.

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