Bertold Hock, Erich F. Elstner
CRC Press, Sep 28, 2004 - Medical - 664 pages
In order to keep track of all the compounds and pathogens affecting plant metabolism and development, you would need to spend all your waking hours combing periodicals and the Internet in dozens of languages, as new toxins via pollutants and migratory or mutant pathogens are being discovered every day.
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Hazards from Pollutants
Avoidance Adaptation Defense
Chapter 3 Uptake and Transport of Xenobiotics
Trace Gases as Inducers of Plant Damage
Chapter 5 Limitation of Salt Stress to Plant Growth
Aluminum and Manganese
Chapter 7 Herbicides
Inhibition of Cellular Pathways and Structural Components
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