By Ashwani K. Rai (Editor), Teruhiro Takabe (Editor)
A state of the art advisor to fresh advancements within the realizing of plant reaction to abiotic stresses. each one bankruptcy displays how new strategies have helped physiologists, biochemists and molecular biologists to appreciate the elemental difficulties of abiotic pressure in plant species. The ebook provides vast bibliographies on the finish of every bankruptcy, in addition to tables and figures that illustrate the learn findings.
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