Plant Adaptation to Environmental Change

Publisher : CABI

ISBN-13 : 1780642733

Page : 344 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 733 voters

Plants constantly cope with unfavourable ecosystem conditions, which often prevent them reaching their full genetic potential in terms of growth, development and productivity. This book covers plants' responses to these environmental changes, namely, the modulation of amino acids, peptides and amines to combat both biotic and abiotic stress factors. Bringing together the most recent developments, this book is an important resource for researchers and students of crop stress and plant physiology.

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