Anton M. Kofranek (Author), Vincent E. Rubatzky (Author) & 0 more. Absolute necessity for anyone interested in learning about plant science. Covers all basic and intermediate subjects related to the field of plant sciences.
Anton M. ISBN-13: 978-0131140752. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The book goes to great lengths in explaining social, cultural and environmental factors which have led to our current forms of plant cultivation and utilization. Later on we are treated to the biology, chemistry and genetic information about cultivated plants. This is followed by a litany of information about crop production systems.
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Students can use this book in introductory, plants and environment, botany and crop production courses.
Margaret J. McMahon, Ohio State University. Anton M. Kofranek, deceased. Students can use this book in introductory, plants and environment, botany and crop production courses. It could also be used in a course that teaches basic concepts of cropping or plant utilization systems. Written for novice learners in plant sciences. Kofranek, Margaret E. Mcmahon, Vincent E. Place of Publication. Agriculture & Farming. Development 8 Plant Chemistry and Metabolism 9 Genetics and Propagation 10 Cultivated Plants: Naming, Classifying, Origin, Improvement, and Germplasm Diversity and Preservation 11 Photosynthesis and Respiration 12 Water Relations 13 Mineral Nutrition unit three Plant Production and Utilization of Plants 14 Soil, Water, and Fertility Management 15 Integrated Management of Weeds, Insects, Diseases, and Other Pests 16 General Considerations for Production, Harvest, Postharvest.
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Plant Science: Growth Development and Utilization of Cultivated Plants. Plant soil feedbacks and mycorrhizal type influen.
Dr. Kofranek produced over 200 publications. He co-authored Plant Science: Growth, Development, and Utilization of Cultivated Plants, and The Azalea Manual. Margaret (Peg) J. McMahon, Born April 8, 1948, in Cleveland, Ohio Associate Professor of Horticulture and Crop Science, The Ohio State University. Dr.
Margaret McMahon, Margaret E McMahon, Anton M Kofranek. Written by some of the most respected innovators in the field, this comprehensive text takes an in-depth look at the environmental, cultural and social factors that influence how plants are grown and used worldwide.
Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. 3. Growing plants for human use. 4. Climate. Unit 2: Plant structure, chemistry, growth, development, genetics, biodiversity and processes. 6. Structure of higher plants. 7. Plant growth and development. 8. Plant chemistry and metabolism. 9. Genetics and propagation. 10. Cultivated plants: naming, classifying, origin, improvement and germplasm diversity and preservation. 11. Photosynthesis and respiration. 13. Mineral nutrition. Unit 3: Plant production and utilization of plants.
Whether you are familiar or unfamiliar with plant science, this book will give you a firm understanding of concepts and terminology related to the . Kofranek, Margaret J.
Whether you are familiar or unfamiliar with plant science, this book will give you a firm understanding of concepts and terminology related to the growing of plants.
Hartmann's Plant Science : Growth, Development, and Utilization of Cultivated Plants. by Margaret McMahon and Vincent E.
Written by some of the most respected innovators in the field, this comprehensive text takes an in-depth look at the environmental, cultural and social factors that influence how plants are grown and used worldwide. The newest edition cites the most recent statistics, production methods and issues concerning the production and utilization of plants. It offers several web-based resources including a free companion website with practice questions andonline crop fact sheets that give information at a local level. Along with information on climate and environment, it also explores plants’ tremendous economic impact in both developed and developing nations.Introduces the basics of plant science including the ecosystem; climate; managing soil, water and fertility; and pest management. Examines plant structure, chemistry, growth and development; genetics and biodiversity and their relationship to crop growing and utilization systems. Covers multiple crop types and growth settings including nursery, landscape and greenhouse. Also discusses how crops are preserved, transported and marketed. For anyone interested in how plants are cultivated and utilized.