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Physiology of Stressed Crops, Volume 2 Nutrient Relations

By: US Gupta
250 pages
Physiology of Stressed Crops, Volume 2
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  • Physiology of Stressed Crops, Volume 2 ISBN: 9781578083718 Hardback Dec 2005 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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This volume covers various aspects of nutrient (deficiency or toxicity) stress in general, and the effects of stress factors like soil acidity, soil salinity, allelochemicals, soil compaction, drought, water logging, atmospheric humidity, low temperature and freezing, high temperature (heat), solar radiation (low or high intensity and UV light) and air pollution have been discussed. The nutrient stress caused by parasitic weeds has also been discussed separately. Such a study will greatly help in avoiding the stress-induced problems of nutrient unavailability, fixation, excessive availability, uptake, transport, mineralization symbiotic fixation, and removal etc. and help in growing better crops in problem soils and/or problematic environments.


Nutrient Stress; Soil Acidity Tolerance; Salinity-Nutrient Relations; Allelochemicals; Soil Compaction; Drought as Related to Crop Nutrition; Nutrient Relations of Waterlogged Crops; Humidity and Crop Nutrition; Cold as Related to Crop Nutrition; Heat as Related to Crop Nutrition; Nutrient Uptake as Related to Radiation Receipt; Air Pollution in Relation to Mineral Nutrition; Parasitic Crop Weeds and Inorganic Nutrients

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By: US Gupta
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