2 edition of Plant growth in aluminium stress environments found in the catalog.
Plant growth in aluminium stress environments
Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-136) and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||2010316960|
Gardener's Supply | Learn how to recognize plant stress. Sometimes when plants look sick or appear to be under attack by insects, the symptoms are actually a sign that the plant is being stressed by environmental factors. Here are some common symptoms of stress and the conditions that cause them. This paper is dedicated to the memory of Professor Jacek Augustyniak Effect of aluminium on plant growth and metabolism Teresa Mossor-Pietraszewska.
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is interpreted to take place due to specific combinations of susceptible materials in suitable corrosion environments under adequate stress, specifically under constant stress, Figure equivalent mechanism for crack growth under cyclic stresses is called corrosion fatigue (CF), and crack growth here depends upon the stress ratio. Soil salinity is among the most important stresses worldwide decreasing plant growth and agricultural production. The amount of arable land in the world is equal to billion hectares, of which 77 million hectares are unsuitable for crop growth because of high salinity. Soil structure and plant growth. were obtained and cropped across a wide range of growing conditions exhibiting enhanced adaptation to drought-prone environments, the .
Plant growth is a multifaceted process that integrates physiological phenomena such as photosynthetic activity, water use, nutrient uptake, storage of starch and lipids, and adaptation to stress. In contrast to animals, plants cannot relocate to avoid stress, and thus a sophisticated internal control system is needed to combat adverse Cited by: 7. In addition to reducing the photosynthesis rate (Pereira et al., ), aluminium caused a decrease in leaf area, with lower production of photoassimilates utilized for plant growth. As a result, the rootstocks grew less, especially in the aerial part. understanding and combating plant biotic stress and resistance mechanisms and to define new frontiers in this field. The program of Plant Biotic Stresses & Resistance Mechanisms II Conference combines plenary lectures and session talks, posters sessions, special sessions on career development, and tours of the beautiful city of Size: 1MB.
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