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Ecological Responses to Environmental Stresses

Edited By: J Rozema and JAC Verkleij
Publisher: Springer Nature
Ecological Responses to Environmental Stresses
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  • Ecological Responses to Environmental Stresses ISBN: 9780792307624 Hardback Dec 1990 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Chapters: Environmental stress: Heavy metals, waterlogging, salinity, salinity and heavy metals, disturbance. Environmental Pollution: Water pollution, air pollution, soil pollution, global change. Functions of secondary compounds. Environmental and agricultural problems in developing countries.

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Edited By: J Rozema and JAC Verkleij
Publisher: Springer Nature
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