Response of Plants to Multiple Stresses
William E. Winner, Eva J. Pell
Academic Press, Dec 2, 2012 - Science - 396 pages
This book presents a whole-plant perspective on plant integrated responses to multiple stresses, including an analysis of how plants have evolved growth forms and phenological responses to cope with changing stress patterns in natural environments.
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