Nitric Oxide in Plants: Occurrence, Function and Use (Paperback)Ya'acov Y. Leshem (author)
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Part 2 deals with environmental aspects of NO as an atmospheric pollutant and discusses endogenous means which plants at times employ to cope with this particular type of stress, and how their coping mechanisms may be harnessed for purposes of depollution and augmentation of nitrogen fertilization.
The text, accompanied by a wealth of illustrations and annotated references, is intended for lecturers, advanced students and research scientists at universities and research institutes dealing with plant sciences and agriculture, as well as for environmental researchers.
Number of pages: 154
Weight: 290 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 10 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 200
Journal of Plant Physiology, 157 (2000)
`...has some real strenghts. It represents an excellent introduction to the subject and provides many ideas and information.'
Plant Science, 161 (2001)
`In summary, the book is recommended to whoever wishes to start studying the various roles of NO in plant development and physiology, as it covers the possible involvement of NO in many diverse aspects of plant life.'
Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 49 (2001)
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