The Combined Effect of Environmental Factors and Salinity on Plant Growth

Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 15)

Abstract

In this chapter the combined effect of the aerial environment and salinity on plant growth is examined. Aspects of soil environment salinity interactions are discussed by Peck (Chapter V).

Keywords

Sugar Dioxide Depression Polyethylene Glycol 

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