The Progress and Problems of Plant Physiology

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The Progress and Problems of Plant Physiology

Author: Charles Reid Barnes

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 9781378486825

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Progress in Crop Physiology

With this objective , the present series was launched wherein problem oriented
aspects of crop physiology has been discussed borrowing informations from such
other disciplines as agronomy , soil science , crop breeding , meteorology etc .

Progress in Crop Physiology

Author: U. S. Gupta

Publisher: South Asia Books

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Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology

Plant Biochemistry and Physiology Symposium Held at the University of Missouri
--Columbia. WATER STRESS RESEARCH : PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS Paul
J . Kramer I . Historical Introduction II . Measurement of Water Stress III . Current ...

Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology

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Soviet Plant Physiology

An active role in metabolic processing, distribution, and redistribution of nitrogen-
containing substances is also played by the axial nonabsorbing organs, the
transmitters of assimilates in the plant. Thus, the problem of plant nitrogen
nutrition ...

Soviet Plant Physiology

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Plant Physiology

... Medicine Ukrainian Biochemical Journal Urology Progress in Biochemistry
Progress in Contemporary Biology Bulletin ... Clinical Problems Problems of
Medical Chemistry Problems of Medical Virology Problems of Neurosurgery
Problems ...

Plant Physiology

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Russian Journal of Plant Physiology

He managed to create a new vista in plant physiology and develop a scientific
school of students and followers. For many years ... Scientific Council for the
Problems of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, USSR Academy of Sciences. ...
46 No. 3 1999 A.A. PROKOF'EV AND THE PROGRESS IN SEED PHYSIOLOGY
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Russian Journal of Plant Physiology

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Science progress

II , ed . by F. C. Steward , 792 Plant Physiology , Encyclopedia of , Vol . XI :
Heterotrophy , ed . by K. Mothes , 587 Plant Physiology , Modern Developments
in , ed . by P. Maheshwari , 165 Plasma Physics and the Problem of Controlled ...

Science progress

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Progress in Plant Breeding

SB Preface Progress in the breeding of improved crop varieties has been
particularly rapid during the past 15-20 years. ... Plant breeding is such a
complex, interdisciplinary subject involving, for example, genetics, plant
physiology, plant pathology, applied zoology, biometrics ... programmes; this
topic is dealt with in detail particularly in Chapters 8 and 10, which illustrate quite
different types of problems.

Progress in Plant Breeding

Author: Gordon E. Russell

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Page: 325

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Physiology of Plants and Their Cells

Not only are more flowers formed , but they appear earlier if the plants have been
treated with a growth retardant . ... Yes , a knowledge of plant physiology is
important for the solution of many contemporary problems and for the progress
and ...

Physiology of Plants and Their Cells

Author: James A. Goss

Publisher: Pergamon

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For a beginning course in plant physiology; useful as a general reference for teachers and scientists.

Year s Progress in Solving Some Farm Problems of Illinois

Watson , S. A. , and Noggle , G. R. Effect of mineral deficiencies upon the
synthesis of riboflavin and ascorbic acid by the oat plant . Plant Physiol . 22 , 228-
243 . 1947 . Weibel , R. O. , and Burlison , W. L. Perilla . Soybean Digest . 8 , 14-
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Year s Progress in Solving Some Farm Problems of Illinois

Author: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Agricultural Experiment Station

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Pesticide Progress

Other projects are initiated spontaneously and independently within the Institute ,
perhaps from a survey of problems that ... toxicology and histochemistry ) ,
fumigation , plant pathology ( including plant biochemistry ) , and plant
physiology .

Pesticide Progress

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Proceedings

Studies on the reduction of 2 , 3 , 5 - triphenyltetrazolium chloride as a viability
assay for plant tissue cultures . Can . J . Bot . , 53 , 1097 - 1102 . 22 . Vasil , I . K .
1976 . The progress , problems , and prospects of plant protoplast research .

Proceedings

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Chemical Progress in the South

dence , too , of a very pronounced and satisfactory residual effect from crop to
crop and from season to season . ... it is apparent that we have a problem that at
once involves plant physiology and soil chemistry in a very intimate way . In
popular ...

Chemical Progress in the South

Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Chemistry and Chemical Technology

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