Iron Nutrition in Soils and Plants

The current status of the work being carried out throughout the world in the field of iron deficiency in plants is reviewed by research papers and invited lectures on specific topics related to iron deficiency. The book includes chapters reviewing the molecular and biochemical mechanisms elicited by iron deficiency in plants, algae and bacteria. Papers and reviews providing new information on the Strategy I-type and the Strategy II-type responses in higher plants are also included. Other chapters include new research directed towards finding possible means of controlling iron deficiency in crops of economic interest, including early diagnosis, fertilization, fertirrigation and plant breeding. A number of papers involve the study of lime-induced iron chlorosis under semi-arid crop conditions in Mediterranean environments. The book will be valuable for individuals and companies working with iron deficiency at the laboratory and field levels.
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