The IBR Concept and Plant Sciences
This has been an excellent conference and the papers and the participants have been stimulating. Plant research is a difficult area to pursue for several reasons. One must have enough patience and time to observe plants throughout their seasonal life cycle to have a full understanding of the plant and this experience must be integrated for various types of stress. Dr. Hollaender’s story about the consequences of a plant breeding failure emphasizes the necessity of observing the productivity of a plant under various types of stress before planting on a large scale.
KeywordsFatigue Dioxide Catalysis Iodine Assimilation
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