Ekologie rostlinného akvária

a jako solidní základ,
na němž stojí dobrá
kterou podrobujeme
kritice v ohni věcné
Publikováno: 03.07.2019, Aktualizováno: 03.07.2019

Studium: Světlo

V tomto článku najdete odborné i populárně-naučné knihy o světle a fotosyntéze u vodních rostlin, které považuji za užitečné a prostudování-hodné.

KIRK, John T. O. Light and phytosynthesis in aquatic ecosystems. 3rd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, c2011. ISBN 978-0-521-15175-7.

Beginning systematically with the fundamentals, the fully-updated third edition of this popular graduate textbook provides an understanding of all the essential elements of marine optics. It explains the key role of light as a major factor in determining the operation and biological composition of aquatic ecosystems, and its scope ranges from the physics of light transmission within water, through the biochemistry and physiology of aquatic photosynthesis, to the ecological relationships that depend on the underwater light climate.

This new edition of Light and Photosynthesis in Aquatic Ecosystems is indispensable for any science library and for anyone interested in photosynthesis in acquatic organisms. The book succeeds in every feature essential in a textbook - it is well organized and provides a historical perspective, a high level of complexity, relevant figures, detailed and updated references, and a comprehensive index.

FALKOWSKI, Paul G. a John A. RAVEN. Aquatic photosynthesis. 2nd ed. Princeton: Princeton University Press, c2007. ISBN 978-0-691-11550-4. Dostupné také z: loc.gov

Aquatic Photosynthesis is a comprehensive guide to understanding the evolution and ecology of photosynthesis in aquatic environments. In ten chapters that are self-contained but that build upon information presented earlier, the book starts with a reductionist, biophysical description of the photosynthetic reactions. It then moves through biochemical and molecular biological patterns in aquatic photoautotrophs, physiological and ecological principles, and global biogeochemical cycles. The book considers applications to ecology, and refers to historical developments. It can be used as a primary text in a lecture course, or as a supplemental text in a survey course such as biological oceanography, limnology, or biogeochemistry.

Despite the ubiquity and critical importance of this topic to the study of aquatic ecology, there are very few books dedicated primarily to aquatic photosynthesis, and none cover the subject matter with comparable elegance or continuity from the molecule to the ecosystem as does this one, authored by two of the leading researchers in the subject.... [I]t is a pleasure to have this important volume back in print after a hiatus of several years. No other text covers the subject as lucidly or completely as this one, and that makes it an extremely valuable pedagogical reference. It will be a welcome addition to any library or personal collection.

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