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Crop Reactions To Water And Temperature Stresses In Humid, Temperate Climates (Westview Special Studies in Agriculture/Aquaculture Science) download ebook

by Paul J Kramer,C David Raper Jr

Crop Reactions To Water And Temperature Stresses In Humid, Temperate Climates (Westview Special Studies in Agriculture/Aquaculture Science) download ebook
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0865311765
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978-0865311763
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Paul J Kramer,C David Raper Jr
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Westview Press; 1 edition (December 22, 1982)
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374 pages
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In Crop Reactions to Water and Temperature Stresses in Humid Temperate Climates (Eds Raper, C. .Physiological basis for chilling stress and the consequences for crop production

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SummaryIn relation to problems encountered in the urban environment a study was made of changes in the root's permeability to water of. Charles D. Raper, Paul John Kramer.

SummaryIn relation to problems encountered in the urban environment a study was made of changes in the root's permeability to water of a number of tree species during a drought period, and of water conductivity during recovery. There appear to be differences in response - both as regards extent and speed - among different species.

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