The Physiology of Plants Under Stress: Soil and Biotic Factors

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 27, 2000 - Nature - 683 pages
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This second of a two-part treatise describes the phenomena of plants under stress, describing the relationship between plant structure, development, and growth and such environmental stresses as too much or too little water, light, heat, or cold.
 

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Contents

Influence of Plant Pathogens on Host Physiology
239
Herbivory and Plant Stress
264
Allelochemistry as a Plant Stress special contribution
329
Weeds and Other Competitors special contribution
386
Heavy Metals and Pesticides
481
SOz 03 NO
518
Generalities Trends and Future Directions
555
A Symbols and Abbreviations
571
Glossary
640
INDEX
667
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
684
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