Annual Plant Reviews, Biochemistry of Plant Secondary by Michael Wink

By Michael Wink

This fresh Annual Plant experiences quantity is the second one version of the hugely winning and well-received Annual Plant experiences, quantity 2.
This intriguing new quantity offers an up to date survey of the biochemistry and body structure of plant secondary metabolism. the amount commences with an outline of the biochemistry, body structure and serve as of secondary metabolism, through targeted stories of the main teams of secondary metabolites: alkaloids and betalains, cyanogenic glucosides, glucosinolates and nonprotein amino acids, phenyl propanoids and similar phenolics, terpenoids, cardiac glycosides and saponins. a last bankruptcy discusses the evolution of secondary metabolism.

This rigorously compiled new version brings jointly chapters from many of the world's prime specialists in plant secondary metabolism. thoroughly revised and taken correct brand new with a lot new info, this quantity is an important buy for complex scholars, researchers and execs in biochemistry, body structure, molecular biology, genetics, plant sciences, agriculture, drugs, pharmacology and pharmacy, operating within the educational and commercial sectors, together with these operating within the pesticide and pharmaceutical industries. Libraries in all universities and learn institutions the place those matters are studied and taught will desire copies of this wonderful quantity on their cabinets.

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Kapoor, R. G. (2003) Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and salinty on growth, biomass, and mineral nutrition of Acacia auriculiformis. Biology and Fertility of Soils 38, 170–175. , Kapoor, R. G. (2007) Improved tolerance of Acacia nilotica to salt stress by arbuscular mycorrhiza, Glomus fasciculatum may be partly related to elevated K/Na ratios in root and shoot tissues. Microbial Ecology 54, 753–760. H. P. (1987) Salinity and flooding stress effects on mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal citrus rootstock seedlings.

However, spore density was significantly correlated with the root colonization Fig. 1. Seasonal changes in the relative spore density of Glomus fasciculatum and G. intraradices (F+I), Acaulospora spp. (A), Glomus spp. (G) and other spores (Ot) at the four sites studied. Bars represent the standard error of the mean (from Escudero and Mendoza 2005). Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Plant Symbiosis 21 3 months previously, suggesting that high colonization in one season precedes high sporulation in the following.

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