Explores the molecular, biochemical, functional, structural, and developmental mechanisms of pH in plant growth. Examines the role of pH in plant symplasm, plant apoplasm, thr rhizosphere, the ecosystem, and plant interaction with biotic snd abiotic environments.

chapter |2 pages

Handbook of Plant Growth

chapter 3|21 pages

The Cytoplasmic pH Stat

ByRobert J. Reid, F. Andrew Smith

chapter 5|22 pages

pH as a Signal and Regulator of Membrane Transport

ByHubert H. Felle

chapter 11|41 pages

Dynamics of H + Fluxes in the Plant Apoplast

chapter 12|22 pages

H + Currents around Plant Roots

chapter 13|26 pages

Role of pH in Availability of Ions in Soil

ByZdenko Rengel

chapter 14|28 pages

Regulation of Microbial Processes by Soil pH

ByDavid E. Crowley, Samuel A. Alvey

chapter 15|20 pages

The Role of Acid pH in Symbiosis between Plants and Soil Organisms

ByKaren G. Ballen, Peter H. Graham

chapter 16|20 pages

Distribution of Plant Species in Relation to pH of Soil and Water

ByJacqueline Baar, Jan G. M. Roelofs