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by Dernoeden, Peter H.
<P>Creeping bentgrass is considered the premier turfgrass species grown on golf courses, and there is a growing demand for an understanding of its maintenance and management practices. Still the only comprehensive reference on the subject, ...eBook
Contaminated Soil and Human Health
by Magalie Lesueur Jannoyer, Philippe Cattan, Thierry Woignier & others
<p><strong>Crisis Management of Chronic Pollution: Contaminated Soil and Human Health</strong> deals with a long term pollution problem, generated by the former use of organochlorine pesticides. Through a case study of the chlordecone pollution ...eBook
by Chand, Gireesh
<P>This important and comprehensive book is designed to provide information on crop diseases and how to manage those diseases. Covering a multitude of crops and diseases, the book presents integrated approaches on managing diseases that affect ...eBook
Consisting of a Comprehensive Description of Nearly All Herbs; With Their Medicinal Properties and Directions for Compounding the Medicines Extracted From Them
by Nicholas Culpeper
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by Krausman, Paul R
<P>As humans continue to encroach on wildlands, quality and quantity of wildlife habitat decreases before our eyes. A housing development here, a shopping mall there, a few more trees cut here, another road put in there, each of these diminisheseBook
by Manickavasagan, A.
<P>Of the many varieties of date palms, the species <EM>Phoenix</EM> <EM>dactylifera</EM> Linn. is cultivated extensively and traded and consumed worldwide. <STRONG>Dates:</STRONG> <STRONG>Production, Processing, Food, and Medicinal Values ...eBook
by Piso, Willem
De Indiae utriusque re naturali et medica libri quatuordecim ...eBook
by White Jr., James F.
<P>Anemones and fish, ants and acacia trees, fungus and trees, buffaloes and oxpeckers--each of these unlikely duos is an inimitable partnership in which the species' coexistence is mutually beneficial. More specifically, they represent exampleseBook
by Iqrar Ahmad Khan & Muhammad Sarwar Khan
<p>Pakistan has a strong agrarian base and agriculture is its main factor in economic growth. Due to fixed cropping patterns, reliance on few major crops, narrow genetic pools, poor seed quality and changing climate, agriculture production is ...eBook
by Schlegel, Rolf H. J.
<P>Arguably one of the oldest scientific traditions, plant breeding began in Neolithic times, with methods as simple as saving the seeds of desirable plants and sowing them later. It was not until the re-encounter with Mendel's discoveries ...eBook
by Gurbachan Miglani
<p>In the Dictionary of Plant Genetics and Molecular Biology, more than 3,500 technical terms from the fields of plant genetics and molecular biology are defined for students, teachers, and researchers in universities, institutes, and ...eBook
by Hansen, Axel Kornerup
The analysis of changes in gene activity in tissues and cells of plants is a way of measuring developmental and environmental responses. This volume provides detailed accounts of new and established techniques used to carry out such analyses. ...eBook
by Chattopadhyay, Chirantan
<P><STRONG>Diseases of Edible Oilseed Crops</STRONG> presents an unprecedentedly thorough collection of information on the diseases of cultivated annual oilseed crops, including peanut, rapeseed-mustard, sesame, soybean, sunflower, and ...eBook
by Sidanand Kambhar
<p>Academic Paper from the year 2014 in the subject Biology - Botany, grade: 2, Kuvempu University, language: English, abstract: The present work aimed to study the tree species diversity in Gadag district, Karnataka. A total of 133 tree specieseBook
by Weising, Kurt
Given the explosive development of new molecular marker techniques over the last decade, newcomers and experts alike in the field of DNA fingerprinting will find an easy-to-follow guide to the multitude of techniques available in DNA ...eBook
by John A. Bryant
<p>This texts discusses DNA replication in plants including chapters on; functional chromosomal structure, the biochemistry of DNA replication, Control of DNA replication, Replication of plant organelle DNA, replication of DNA viruses in plants,eBook
by Steve Hubner
<p>Steve Hubner’s photographs and insights reveal a remarkable vista into the rare and nearly vanished prairie of Lafayette County, Wisconsin. Hubner describes how he and his family have worked to protect and restore about 15 acres of prairie ...eBook
by Tavantzis, Stellos M.
Our understanding of the nature, origin, and biological roles of double-stranded RNA found in fungi, plants, and animals has advanced greatly during the last five years. Because these genetic elements are capable of replication, they can be usedeBook
by Opalko, Anatoly I.
<P>With contributions from leading scientists in agricultural biology and young researchers, this book examines the ecological consequences that sometimes arise with various methods of increasing crop productivity. It also presents ...eBook
by Herrel, Anthony
We live in a well-engineered universe. This engineering is present in every system and organism in existence, including in the actions and interactions of plants and animals. In fact, one could say that the function and movement of plants and ...eBook