Arctic Willow - Salix arctica - Blue ..

Green plants have cell walls containing cellulose and obtain most oftheir energy from sunlight via photosynthesis by primary chloroplasts, derived from endosymbiosis with cyanobacteria .

A type of willow tree grows horizontally and the Arctic poppy …

Functional genomics of plant photosynthesis in the fast lane using Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.

The Net-veined Willow, a dwarf Arctic willow

Williams, M., Rastetter, E. B., Van der Pol, L. and Shaver, G. R. (2014), Arctic canopy photosynthetic efficiency enhanced under diffuse light, linked to a reduction in the fraction of the canopy in deep shade. New Phytologist, 202: 1267–1276. doi: 10.1111/nph.12750

Producers: dwarf willow, arctic willow, moss, ..

The rock provides extra warmth which it retains from the sun so the tree (as it strictly speaking is even though it only a few inches/cm high) spreads its leaves over the surface to make the most of the short spring and summer months. Trees such as these are often decades old, probably well over 50 years in the case of this tree with it's relatively broad trunk.

Photo; � Paul Ward - These are pictures taken while travelling in Eastern Greenland in the Arctic summer.

WIMOVAC: a software package for modelling the dynamics of plant leaf and canopy photosynthesis.

13/01/2016 · What is the Arctic ecosystem

Stereochemical determination of carbon partitioning between photosynthesis and photorespiration in C3 plants: use of (3R)-D-[3-3H1, 3-14C]glyceric acid.

Abiotic and Biotic Factors - Blue Penguin Travel Agency

The composition of the flora varies with habitat. Some algae and lichens live just within reach of wave spray; other algae occur as deep as sufficient light for photosynthesis penetrates (about 75 m on the Atlantic coast and slightly less in more turbid Pacific waters). Intertidally, plants are distributed according to resistance to temperature extremes, desiccation, strong illumination, wave impact, and their ability to compete with other species for space.

Plants Adaptations in Different Habitats

The use of the ratio between the photosynthesis parameters p(ml) and v(cmax) for scaling up photosynthesis of C(3) plants from leaves to canopies: a critical examination of different modelling approaches.

A critical-appraisal of a combined stomatal-photosynthesis model for C3 plants.

Various Tundra Plants - Conserve Energy Future

Simulation of the physiological responses of C3 plant leaves to environmental factors by a model which combines stomatal conductance, photosynthesis and transpiration.

Feeding enhances photosynthetic efficiency in the carnivorous pitcher plant Nepenthes talangensis.

Trophic Levels in the Arctic - THe Arctic

In the High Arctic, vegetation is sparser and the wildlife it supports is more limited because of colder summers (about 25°C in the warmest month), a shorter growing season (1.5–2.5 months) and low precipitation (100–200 mm). In lowlands, limited areas of and moss tundra occur, decreasing in extent north of 74°N.

Effects of photoinhibition on whole-plant carbon gain assessed with a photosynthesis model.

can be found on the coastal areas of the arctic

Five examples of producers in the Arctic are:
Caribou Moss
Calliergon giganteum (aquatic arctic moss)
xanthoria (type of lichen)
arctic willow
Interactions within the ecosystem
To coexist means to live with or close to another usually in peace.