By Jules Janick
Molecular and Genetic ways to the research of Plant Hormone motion (M. Guiltinan & J. Deikman).
mobile Mechanisms of Salt Tolerance in Plant Cells (M. Binzel & M. Reuveni).
muffins and Their Cultivation (G. Giovannetti, et al.).
Presowing Seed Priming (C. Parera & D. Cantliffe).
Sapindaceous culmination: Botany and Horticulture (H. Tindall).
Apple taste (E. Yahia).
New thoughts in Pruning Grapevines (J.-V.
Mechanical Harvesting of Berry vegetation (A. Dale, et al.).
Chapter 1 Molecular and Genetic ways to the examine of Plant Hormone motion (pages 1–32): Mark J. Guiltinan and Jill Deikman
Chapter 2 mobile Mechanisms of Salt Tolerance in Plant Cells (pages 33–69): Marla L. Binzel and Moshe Reuveni
Chapter three cakes and Their Cultivation (pages 71–107): G. Giovannetti, N. Roth?Bejerano, E. Zanini and V. Kagan?Zur
Chapter four Presowing Seed Priming (pages 109–141): Carlos A. Parera and Daniel J. Cantliffe
Chapter five Sapindaceous end result: Botany and Horticulture (pages 143–196): H. D. Tindall
Chapter 6 Apple style (pages 197–234): Elhadi M. Yahia
Chapter 7 New options in Pruning Grapevines (pages 235–254): J. V. Possingham
Chapter eight Mechanical Harvesting of Berry vegetation (pages 255–382): Adam Dale, Eric J. Hanson, David E. Yarborough, Ronald J. McNicol, Elden J. Stang, Rex Brennan, Justin R. Morris and Gary B. Hergert
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