Allelopathy in Soil Sickness

 
9788172334239: Allelopathy in Soil Sickness

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S.S. Narwal
Published by Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India (2006)
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A.M. Grodzinsky (Author), S.S. Narwal (Ed.) & Barbara Polyticka (Tr.)
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Book Description Scientific Publishers, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The monograph contains general information about the occurrence of allelopathic soil sickness under cultivated flowers, crops and fruits. It also discusses (a) the ancient (b) methods to control soil sickness, (c) chemical nature of substances exerting the toxic effects, (d) the role of microorganisms, (e) physiological and biochemical processes of individual organisms of soil sickness. It also describes the methods and possible ways to overcome this phenomenon. The publication is intended for specialists in the field of plant physiology and biochemistry, geobotany, soil science and agricultural, in the field of agriculture and crop production, as well as for instructors and students. Contents: It has 28 figures, 67 tables and References. 3.3. Strawberry 3.3.1. Anatomical changes 3.3.2. Pathological changes I. Brown matter 4. Kolines 4.1. Ascorbic acid 4.2. Lignin 5. Conclusions 7. Microorganisms: Sickness and soil fertility 1. Microflora 1.1. Fungi 1.1.1. Monoculture 1.1.2. Composition of microflora grown 2. Microflora of winter wheat 2.1. Bacteria 2.2. Microscopic fungi 2.3. Actinomycetes 2.4. Spore forming bacteria 2.5. Oligonitrophiles and igocarbophiles 2.6. Cellulose microorganisms 3. Microflora: Winter rye monoculture 4. Microflora: Intertilled monoculture 4.1. Bacteria 4.2. Microscopic fungi 4.3. Spore forming Bacteria 4.4. Oligonitrophiles 4.5. Cellulolytic microbes 5. Monoculture crop rotation 8. Soil Toxicity: Determination 1. Extraction 1.1. Solvent 1.2. Extraction methods 1.2.1. Comparision 2. Bioassays 2.1. Seed germination 2.2. Seedling growth 3. Microbiological tests 9. Conclusions References Appendixes Subject Index Author Index Printed Pages: 264. Bookseller Inventory # 63509

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A.M. Grodzinsky (Author), S.S. Narwal (Ed.) & Barbara Polyticka (Tr.)
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Book Description Scientific Publishers, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The monograph contains general information about the occurrence of allelopathic soil sickness under cultivated flowers, crops and fruits. It also discusses (a) the ancient (b) methods to control soil sickness, (c) chemical nature of substances exerting the toxic effects, (d) the role of microorganisms, (e) physiological and biochemical processes of individual organisms of soil sickness. It also describes the methods and possible ways to overcome this phenomenon. The publication is intended for specialists in the field of plant physiology and biochemistry, geobotany, soil science and agricultural, in the field of agriculture and crop production, as well as for instructors and students. Contents: It has 28 figures, 67 tables and References. 3.3. Strawberry 3.3.1. Anatomical changes 3.3.2. Pathological changes I. Brown matter 4. Kolines 4.1. Ascorbic acid 4.2. Lignin 5. Conclusions 7. Microorganisms: Sickness and soil fertility 1. Microflora 1.1. Fungi 1.1.1. Monoculture 1.1.2. Composition of microflora grown 2. Microflora of winter wheat 2.1. Bacteria 2.2. Microscopic fungi 2.3. Actinomycetes 2.4. Spore forming bacteria 2.5. Oligonitrophiles and igocarbophiles 2.6. Cellulose microorganisms 3. Microflora: Winter rye monoculture 4. Microflora: Intertilled monoculture 4.1. Bacteria 4.2. Microscopic fungi 4.3. Spore forming Bacteria 4.4. Oligonitrophiles 4.5. Cellulolytic microbes 5. Monoculture crop rotation 8. Soil Toxicity: Determination 1. Extraction 1.1. Solvent 1.2. Extraction methods 1.2.1. Comparision 2. Bioassays 2.1. Seed germination 2.2. Seedling growth 3. Microbiological tests 9. Conclusions References Appendixes Subject Index Author Index Printed Pages: 264. Bookseller Inventory # 63509

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