The Soil-root Interface
John Laker Harley, Robert Scott Russell
Published under the aegis of the New Phytologist by Academic Press, 1979 - Plant-soil relationships - 448 pages
Nutrient demand and supply at the soil root enterface; Physics and chemistry of the interfacial region; Biological activities at the interface; The interface in relation to environmental stress and disease; The interface in relation to soil function and growth; Abstracts of papers not read in full.
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PROPERTIES OF ROOTS WHICH INFLUENCE RATES
SOIL PROPERTIES CONTROLLING THE SUPPLY
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