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eBook Soil-Plant Relationships: An Ecological Approach ePub

by David W. Jeffrey

  • ISBN: 0881920754
  • Category: Agricultural Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: David W. Jeffrey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Timber Press, Incorporated (June 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 295
  • ePub book: 1396 kb
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Soil-plant relationships once had a limited meaning. An Ecological Approach. eBook 71,39 €. price for Finland (gross).

Soil-plant relationships once had a limited meaning. To the student of agriculture it meant creating optimum conditions for plant growth. To the ecologist it meant explaining some plant community distribu­ tion patterns by correlation with soil type or conditions. This dual view has been greatly.

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Soil-plant relationships once had a limited meaning. This dual view has been greatly expanded at an academic level by the discovery of the ecosystem as a practical working unit. A flood of concepts and information subsequently emerged from the International Biological Programme.

Soil-plant relationships: An ecological approach. Plant Growth Regulation.

Influential Citations149. Soil-plant relationships: An ecological approach. The phosphorus requirements for silage production on high fertility soils. Virginia Power, Hubert James Tunney, David W. Jeffrey.

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Soil plant relationships: an ecological approach. Croom Helm, Beckenham. 295 pp. ISBN 07099-1404-4. Price: £1. 5 (paperback). Department of Biology, University of York, Heslington, York, YO1 5DD, England.

Soil-Plant Relationships. Published June 1987 by Timber Pr. Written in English.

A very important parameter for the utilization of medicinal plants is the quality of active substances. The status of microelements in the soil and the basic ecological indices of plants, as the site indicators, at two localities on Mt. The quality of the plant active substances does not depend only on its physiological potential and condition, but also on the environmental factors. Kosmaj are presented. It was concluded that these relationships are very complex, in most cases identical and in direct correlation with the representation of individual plant species.

Soil-Plant Relationships: An Ecological Approach by David W. Butterflies in Mesoamerica. To the student of agriculture it meant creating optimum conditions.