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Crop physiology. Vol. 1. Plant cell physiology. Photosynthesis. Respiration






Moscow: Izdat. Mosk. Univ, 496

Crop physiology. Vol. 1. Plant cell physiology. Photosynthesis. Respiration

In this manual, Planned to contain 12 volumes, the first three volumes give a brief up-to-date account on general aspects of Plant physiology. In this 1st volume the chapter on Plant cell physiology (pp. 9-148) includes subchapters on Plant cell physics and chemistry, cell structure, growth and division, and on new methods in cell studies.


Accession: 014404419



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