Michael C. F. Proctor mostly deals with Botany, Photosynthesis, Desiccation, Bryophyte and Desiccation tolerance. When carried out as part of a general Botany research project, his work on Pollinator is frequently linked to work in Water content, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His studies in Photosynthesis integrate themes in fields like Chlorophyll and Respiration.
Particularly relevant to Poikilohydry is his body of work in Desiccation. Michael C. F. Proctor has included themes like Mesophyte, Turgor pressure, Dry weight, Chlorophyll a and Plant ecology in his Bryophyte study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Honey Bees, Pollination, Buzz pollination, Pollination management and Foraging in addition to Horticulture.
His primary areas of investigation include Botany, Desiccation, Ecology, Photosynthesis and Chlorophyll fluorescence. His Botany research focuses on Horticulture and how it connects with Pollination and Buzz pollination. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Canopy, Grimmia pulvinata and Respiration.
His work in Ecology tackles topics such as Thallus which are related to areas like Buellia and Morphology. Michael C. F. Proctor usually deals with Photosynthesis and limits it to topics linked to Chlorophyll a and Carotenoid and Chlorophyll c. His Chlorophyll fluorescence research includes elements of Photochemistry, Photoprotection and Photosynthetic pigment.
Michael C. F. Proctor mainly focuses on Botany, Chlorophyll fluorescence, Desiccation, Ecology and Photosynthesis. His Botany research integrates issues from Halophyte and Salinity. The concepts of his Chlorophyll fluorescence study are interwoven with issues in Photochemistry, Photoprotection and Photosynthetic efficiency.
His Desiccation research focuses on Desiccation tolerance in particular. In the field of Desiccation tolerance, his study on Poikilohydry overlaps with subjects such as Thylakoid. His work on Ombrotrophic, Bog and Bioindicator as part of general Ecology study is frequently linked to Biological evolution, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Botany, Photosynthesis, Desiccation tolerance, Desiccation and Chlorophyll fluorescence are his primary areas of study. His work on Chlorophyll and Polytrichaceae as part of general Botany study is frequently linked to Pogonatum and Saturation, bridging the gap between disciplines. Michael C. F. Proctor combines subjects such as Bryophyte, Carotenoid and Chlorophyll a with his study of Photosynthesis.
His work carried out in the field of Desiccation tolerance brings together such families of science as Sporophyte, Phenotypic plasticity, Gametophyte and Respiration. His Desiccation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Canopy, Microclimate and Seasonality. His research in Poikilohydry intersects with topics in Trichomanes, Hymenophyllum, Hymenophyllaceae, Fern and Species diversity.
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The pollination of flowers
Michael C. F. Proctor;Peter Yeo.
Ecological gradients, subdivisions and terminology of north‐west European mires
B. D. Wheeler;M. C. F. Proctor.
Journal of Ecology (2000)
Poikilohydry and homoihydry: antithesis or spectrum of possibilities?
Michael C. F. Proctor;Zoltán Tuba.
New Phytologist (2002)
Desiccation-tolerance in bryophytes: a review
Michael C. F. Proctor;Melvin J. Oliver;Andrew J. Wood;Peter Alpert.
The Bryologist (2007)
Are Bryophytes Shade Plants? Photosynthetic Light Responses and Proportions of Chlorophyll a, Chlorophyll b and Total Carotenoids
Mariann Marschall;Michael C. F. Proctor.
Annals of Botany (2004)
PHOTOSYNTHESIS, RESPIRATION AND WATER CONTENT IN BRYOPHYTES
T. J. K. Dilks;M. C. F. Proctor.
New Phytologist (1979)
The physiological basis of bryophyte production
M. C. F. Proctor.
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (1990)
Photosynthetic responses of a moss, Tortula ruralis, ssp. ruralis, and the lichens Cladonia convoluta and C. furcata to water deficit and short periods of desiccation, and their ecophysiological significance: A baseline study at present-day CO2 concentration
Zoltan Tuba;Zsolt Csintalan;Michael C. F. Proctor.
New Phytologist (1996)
The bryophyte paradox: tolerance of desiccation, evasion of drought
Michael C.F. Proctor.
Plant Ecology (2000)
Rapid recovery of photosystems on rewetting desiccation‐tolerant mosses: chlorophyll fluorescence and inhibitor experiments
Michael C.F. Proctor;Nicholas Smirnoff.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2000)
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