Mechanisms of Plant Growth and Improved Productivity Modern Approaches
CRC Press, Jun 29, 1994 - Science - 496 pages
Discusses the mechanisms of plant productivity and the factors limiting net photosynthesis, describing techniques to isolate, characterize and manipulate specific plant genes in order to enhance productivity. The uptake of carbon and the practical aspects of plant nutrition are discussed.
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