Plants show remarkable plasticity in responding to changing environments. Plant ecophysiology is an experimental science that deals with physiological processes necessary for plants interacting with the environment, including the water regime, gas exchange, energy balance, mineral nutrition, various environmental factors, and physiological responses to stressors. In addition, this science includes the study of the effects of environmental parameters on plant performance and adaptation to changing environments at the molecular, biochemical, physiological, and whole-plant levels.
Prof. Dr. Mateja Germ
Prof. Dr. Ivan Kreft
- plant nutrition
- environmental parameters and crops
- metabolism of secondary substances
- plant ecophysiology
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