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Mineral Nutrition and Yield Response.
Marschner’s Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants
Yield and the Source-Sink Relationships. Introduction, Definition, and Classification of Mineral Nutrients.
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The third edition will be invaluable to both advanced students and researchers.
Mineral Nutrition Of Plants And Animals
A page reference section contributes to the quality of the book. Free Shipping Free global shipping No minimum order. The book may be the scientific legacy of the recently declared coeditor of this journal.
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Marschner’s Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants – 3rd Edition
An understanding of principels mineral nutrition of plants is of fundamental importance in both basic and applied plant sciences. Nutritional Physiology and Soil-Plant Relationships. The Third Edition of this book retains the aim of the first in presenting the principles of mineral nutrition in the light of current advances. It is richly illustrated. Universitat of Hohenheim, Germany.
In view of the worldwide increasing minerl in plant-soil interactions, Part II has been considerably altered and extended, particularly on the effects of external and interal factors on root growth and chapter 15 on the root-soil interface.
Nutrient Availability in Soils.
The book is a fantastic source of information for instructors in plant physiology. In Part I, more emphasis has been placed on root-shoot interactions, stress physiology, water relations, and functions of micronutrients.