By P.M. DEY (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0124610129

ISBN-13: 9780124610125

The sequence, Methods in Plant Biochemistry, presents an authoritative reference on present recommendations within the a number of fields of plant biochemical learn. every one quantity within the sequence will, lower than the professional tips of a visitor editor, care for a specific workforce of plant compounds. every one will describe the historic historical past and present, most beneficial equipment of study. The volumes contain unique discussions of the protocols and suitability of every method. Case remedies, diagrams, chemical constructions, reference info, and homes should be featured in addition to a whole record of references to the professional literature.
Conceived as a pragmatic spouse to The Biochemistry of vegetation, edited through P.K. Stumpf and E.E. Conn, no plant biochemical laboratory can find the money for to be with no this accomplished and up to date reference resource

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