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Ashihara, Hiroshi - Plant Metabolism and Biotechnology, ebook

Plant Metabolism and Biotechnology

Ashihara, Hiroshi


Various plant metabolites are useful for human life, and the induction and reduction of these metabolites using modern biotechnical technique is of enormous potential important especially in the fields of agriculture and health. Plant Metabolism

Lambers, Hans - Annual Plant Reviews, Phosphorus Metabolism in Plants, ebook

Annual Plant Reviews, Phosphorus Metabolism in Plants

Lambers, Hans


The sustainable management of P in agriculture necessitates an exploitation of P-adaptive traits that will enhance the P-acquisition and P-use efficiency of crop plants. Action in this area is crucial to ensure sufficient food production for the world’s ever-expanding

Lin, Zhi-Qing - Selenium in plants, ebook

Selenium in plants

Lin, Zhi-Qing


Biochemistry of Plant Selenium Uptake and Metabolism
Zackary Guignardi, Michela Schiavon
3. Molecular Mechanisms of Selenium Responses and Resistance in Plants
Masanori Tamaoki, Akiko Maruyama-Nakashita
4. Mechanisms of Plant

Hedden, Peter - Annual Plant Reviews, The Gibberellins, ebook

Annual Plant Reviews, The Gibberellins

Hedden, Peter


First discovered as fungal metabolites, the gibberellins were recognised as plant hormones over 50 years ago. They regulate reproductive development in all vascular plants, while their role in flowering plants has

Volkov, Alexander G. - Plant Electrophysiology, ebook

Plant Electrophysiology

Volkov, Alexander G.


Effects of Electrical and Electromagnetic Fields on Plants and Related Topics
Andrew Goldsworthy
12. Long-Distance Electrical Signaling and Physiological Functions in Higher Plants
Jörg Fromm
13. Potassium Homeostasis in Salinized Plant Tissues

Polacco, Joe C. - Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants, ebook

Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants

Polacco, Joe C.


Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Acquisition covers how plants compete for nitrogen in complex ecological communities and the associations plants recruit with other organisms, ranging from soil microbes to arthropods. The book is divided into four sections,