The Physiology of Plants Under Stress
As human activities multiply stressful conditions and as agriculture is forced into increasingly inhospitable areas, the need to understand the physiology of plants under stress has become more acute. This book discusses the full range of environmental stresses, including those of drought, temperature, nutrient, salt, irradiation, and allelochemical, and explores plant responses to each.
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