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Abiotic Stress Management in Plants


  • ISBN: 9781637856222
  • Contributors: Tristen Dickman
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Year: 2022
  • Pages: 327
  • Availability: In Stock

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Abiotic stress in plants leads to low or high temperature, less or more water deficiency, more salinity, heavy metals, and other ultraviolet radiation that harms plants to a great extent and results in their growth negatively. This book is all about discussing the stress management of plants which is one of the major agriculture topics. Here, you will learn about different tolerance levels in plants like temperature or other environmental effects. A brief analysis is added discussing abiotic stress and its other existing types. Every chapter of the book is divided to make it easy to understand in an organized way by all our dear readers.

Self-assessment and glossary are also added to provide detailed knowledge of the subject. Therefore, you can have this book as a guide to know all about plants and agriculture. This book is dedicated to every reader who is somehow connected with plants or other areas related to them. It serves a detailed and great amount of knowledge and is specially designed by keeping all the readers in mind. Therefore, you can gain every bit of knowledge and clear your concept easily.

So, if you’re looking to gain knowledge and increase your ideas on plants and agriculture, this book can be your best choice. It can be a great help in delivering the knowledge and will help you understand the topic more deeply and intensely.


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