His primary scientific interests are in Botany, Photosynthesis, Lichen, Thallus and Water content. Otto L. Lange regularly links together related areas like Horticulture in his Botany studies. Otto L. Lange focuses mostly in the field of Horticulture, narrowing it down to topics relating to Compensation point and, in certain cases, Fagaceae.
His Photosynthesis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ecology, Carbon dioxide, Algae and Atmospheric sciences. The Thallus study combines topics in areas such as Productivity, Dry weight, Green algae and Pseudocyphellaria. His Transpiration study combines topics in areas such as Valerianella, Xylem, Agronomy and Prunus armeniaca.
His primary areas of study are Botany, Photosynthesis, Lichen, Ecology and Thallus. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Horticulture and Arbutus unedo. His Photosynthesis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Respiration, Carbon dioxide, Atmospheric sciences and Water content.
His Lichen research includes themes of Productivity, Green algae and Desiccation. His Thallus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Photosynthetically active radiation, Algae, Dry weight, Pseudocyphellaria and Rainforest. The study incorporates disciplines such as Prunus armeniaca, Agronomy, Evergreen and Stomatal conductance in addition to Transpiration.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Lichen, Photosynthesis, Ecology and Thallus. Botany is closely attributed to Water content in his work. His work carried out in the field of Water content brings together such families of science as Foliose lichen and Horticulture.
His study in the fields of Cyanolichen, Buellia frigida and Xanthoria under the domain of Lichen overlaps with other disciplines such as Term. His study in Photosynthesis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rainforest, Desiccation, Chlorophyll and Respiration. The concepts of his Thallus study are interwoven with issues in Cladonia furcata, Carbon dioxide, Trampling and Crustose.
Otto L. Lange spends much of his time researching Botany, Photosynthesis, Lichen, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Photosystem II. Otto L. Lange interconnects Environmental chemistry and Water content in the investigation of issues within Botany. His Water content study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Photosynthetic capacity and Compensation point.
His research in Photosynthesis intersects with topics in Desiccation and Thallus. Otto L. Lange usually deals with Lichen and limits it to topics linked to Respiration and Acclimatization, Peltigera and Carbon fixation. His studies deal with areas such as Biophysics and Chlorophyll as well as Photosystem II.
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Responses of stomata to changes in humidity.
O. L. Lange;R. Lösch;Ernst Detlef Schulze;L. Kappen.
Water vapor uptake and photosynthesis of lichens: performance differences in species with green and blue-green algae as phycobionts.
O. L. Lange;E. Kilian;H. Ziegler.
Stomatal responses to changes in humidity in plants growing in the desert.
Ernst Detlef Schulze;O. L. Lange;O. L. Lange;U. Buschbom;U. Buschbom;L. Kappen;L. Kappen.
Taxonomic composition and photosynthetic characteristics of the biological soil crusts covering sand dunes in the western Negev Desert
O. L. Lange;G. J. Kidron;B. Büdel;A. Meyer.
Functional Ecology (1992)
Plant response to stress
John D. Tenhunen;Fernando M. Catarino;Otto L. Lange;Walter C. Oechel.
Changes in photosynthetic capacity, carboxylation efficiency, and CO2 compensation point associated with midday stomatal closure and midday depression of net CO2 exchange of leaves of Quercus suber.
J D Tenhunen;O L Lange;J Gebel;W Beyschlag.
Photochemical efficiency of photosystem II, photon yield of O2 evolution, photosynthetic capacity, and carotenoid composition during the midday depression of net CO2 uptake in Arbutus unedo growing in Portugal
Barbara Demmig-Adams;William W. Adams;Klaus Winter;Angelika Meyer.
Photosynthesis of the cyanobacterial soil‐crust lichen Collema tenax from arid lands in southern Utah, USA: role of water content on light and temperature responses of CO2 exchange
Otto L. Lange;Jayne Belnap;H. Reichenberger.
Functional Ecology (1998)
Xylem-tapping mistletoes: water or nutrient parasites?
J. R. Ehleringer;E. D. Schulze;H. Ziegler;O. L. Lange.
Current Perspectives of Steady-state Stomatal Responses to Environment
A. E. Hall;Ernst Detlef Schulze;O. L. Lange.
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