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By N. S. Margaris, H. A. Mooney (auth.), N. S. Margaris, H. A. Mooney (eds.)

Our wisdom of the practical features of the vegetation of mediterranean-cl imate areas has elevated vastly some time past decade. in recent years the potential for large-scale util ization of biomass for power from those areas has been proposed. so one can verify the feasibil ity of those proposals we needs to give some thought to the effective constitution of those plant groups and the way they range via time and house. This symposium used to be an try to study our lately received easy wisdom of the environmental I imitations at the productiveness of Mediterranean plant groups on the subject of the implications of the prospective util ization of those groups for power and chemical compounds. in particular during this booklet we research the mechanisms wherein crops of mediterranean-cl imate areas keep their effective means less than the succeed ing stipulations of summer time draught and wintry weather chilly. We reflect on the features of leaves, their historical past, morphology and plasticity. Evergreen sclerophyll leaves are universal to the dominant crops of all mediterranean-cl imate areas and hence they've got importance by way of improving carbon achieve and water-use potency in addition to making sure survival lower than the be triumphant ing cl imatic conditions.

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Different ages. types, growth under low illumination elicits Young leaves not quite fully several changes in leaf morphology and the light expanded (20 to 40 d) were in the highest radiation environment. Among shade-adaptable species or geno- response of photosynthesis. The two oldest pairs. of These changes are leaves (80 to 100 d) were in the lowest. general enough that it is possible, for compara- Microsites of 40 to 80-day-old leaves were tive purposes, to identify a shade acclimation intermediate in intensity.

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1,2,4,5). 3). Osmiophilic droplets can be seen crossing the Osmiophilic material similar to that one obser- loose fibrillar cell wall layer (Pl. R. l,2,3) • noplast (Pl. 3). The stalk lateral cell walls are cutinised and During the fusion of vacuoles, the secretory products coalesce to adherent to the plasmalemma (Pl. l, strong form large accumulations which eventually fill arrow) • the vacuoles (Pl. III, fig. 4). 4. Discussion In mature glands the cuticle of terminal cells becomes detached from the microfibrillar layer of the wall (Pl.

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