Edited By: JL Monteith, RK Scott and MH Unsworth
470 pages, Figs, tabs
Resource capture is a term increasingly applied in agricultural science and in ecology to integrate understanding of the mechanisms by which leaves and roots capture the resources necessary for growth. The idea can also be used to investigate how management and breeding could increase the efficiency of crop production and minimise pollution of the natural environment.
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