Edited By: Luit J De Kok and Ineke Stulen
519 pages, 126 figs, 84 tabs
The fundamental mechanisms underlying the physiological response of plants to air pollutants and global change have gained renewed interest, following the present developments in molecular biology. This volume contains a balanced view of the current ideas and the recent research developments on the impact of inorganic and organic gaseous pollutants, and their interaction on plant functioning.
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