Soil Nutrient Bioavailability. A Mechanistic Approach. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2215717
  • Book
  • 384 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This richly illustrated edition of an established classic deals with the chemistry and biology of soil nutrient availability. Provides information regarding the elements present in soils and the extent to which these elements can be used by plants in order to grow. Nutrient uptake by plant roots, rhizosphere microorganisms and application of the mechanistic uptake model as well as such elements as phosphorus, potassium and water are among the topics discussed.
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Chemistry of Soil–Nutrient Associations.

Nutrient Absorption by Plant Roots.

Nutrient Uptake by Plant Roots Growing in Soil.

Modeling Nutrient Uptake by Plant Roots Growing in Soil.

Interaction of Plant Roots with the Soil and Environment.

Rhizosphere Microorganisms, Mycorrhizae, and Root Hairs.

Nitrogen.

Phosphorus.

Potassium.

Calcium.

Magnesium.

Sulfur.

Boron.

Copper.

Iron.

Manganese.

Molybdenum.

Zinc.

Water.

Application of the Mechanistic Uptake Model.

Index.
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Stanley A. Barber
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