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Advances in Botanical Research, Volume 29 Incorporating Advances in Plant Pathology

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Edited By: JA Callow
Publisher: Academic Press
Advances in Botanical Research, Volume 29
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  • Advances in Botanical Research, Volume 29 ISBN: 9780120059294 Hardback Dec 1998 Out of Print #90538
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Contents range from larger scale discussions of ozone impacts on agriculture, to the molecular level discussions of the mechanisms of Na+ uptake by plant cells.

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J.A. Lee, The Calcicole-Calcifuge Problem Revisited. M.R. Ashmore, Ozone Impacts on Agriculture: An Issue of Global Concern. G.I. Jenkins, Signal Transduction Networks and the Integration of Responses to Environmental Stimuli. A. Amtmann and D. Sanders, Mechanisms of Na+ Uptake by Plant Cells. D.B. Lazof and N. Bernstein, The NaCl Induced Inhibition of Shoot Growth: The Case for Disturbed Nutrition with Special Consideration of Calcium. Subject Index.

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Out of Print
Edited By: JA Callow
Publisher: Academic Press
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The book is a pleasure to read...thoughtful approaches and innovative ideas are standard. It also has strong, applied implications (remote sensing, restoration ecology just to mention a few aspects) and the potential to become a useful took for everybody who cares about the level and scale he/she works at and consequences scale can have for his/her research. Unknown
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