Ecophysiology, Nitrogen Fixation and Plant Stress
“Eco-physiology, in the acceptance of the term adopted in the proceedings of the Montpellier Symposium, deals with all relationships existing between living beings and their physical and biotic environment. It thus embraces not only the study of the adaptive structural and functional features which link the individual plant or animal to its specific environment, but also that of all forms of transfer and transformation of energy and mass connected with the dynamics of the ecosystem.”
KeywordsPermeability Phosphorus Rhizobium Lost Azospirillum
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