The book principles of plant physiology will be found particularly useful to University students reading for pass or honours degrees. For the benefit of the latter and of others who desire to read further on the subjects dealt with, references to monographs on the respective subjects are given at the ends of some of the chapters. In addition a bibliography is appended of works cited in the text. It is hoped this will be found useful to those students who wish to obtain detailed information from the original sources.The objections to this theory are that oxalic acid does not appear to be formed in some plants to which, all the same, calcium is necessary, ... That there is indeed some connexion between nitrogen metabolism and calcium is indicated by recent work by Nightingale and ... Parker and Truog regarded calcium as playing two parts in the life a#39;of the plant, that of an acid-neutralizer as we have seen, and that ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles of Plant Physiology|
|Publisher||:||Discovery Publishing House - 1994|