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By: Peter B Tinker and Peter Nye
444 pages, 163 line illus, figs, tabs
Descibes in detail how plant nutrients and other solutes move in the soil in response to plant uptake.
"The book contains a wealth of quantitative information in the form of tables and figures on the processes of solute movement and plant nutrient uptake. ... a valuable reference for senior university students and other scientists engaged in research on solute movement, plant nutrition, rhizosphere processes, and crop growth."--Journal of Environmental Quality, American Society of Agronomy
"The book remains rigorous in its attention to the mechanistic details of the biophysical and biochemical processes, and their mathematical description. Yet despite this analytical vigor, the text is easily read by those not mathematically adept. This is complemented by the uncluttered diagrams which make for easy interpretation. ... if you want one book that clearly describes and critically reviews our current understanding of solute movement in the rhizosphere, then this is it."--Soil Science
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