Handbook of Plant and Crop Physiology
M. Dekker, 1995 - Science - 1004 pages
Plants, crops, and growth environment; physiology of plant/crop growthand developmental stages; plant growth regulators: the natural hormones (growth promotors and inhibitors; physiological responses of plants and crops under stressful (salt, drought, and other environmental stress) conditions. Physiology of lower-plant genetics and development; Wholeplant vs. reductive research on physiological genetic of crop; physiological aspects of sustainable plant/crop production.
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Pre and Postharvest
Physiology of PlantCrop Growth and Developmental Stages
Physiological and Growth Responses to Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
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