Loading... Please wait...

Measuring the Water Status of Plants and Soils

  • Image 1
0 12 122260 8
1.00 LBS
Calculated at checkout

Product Description

Measuring the Water Status of Plants and Soils is written as a companion to the text by Kramer and Boyer (1995) Water Relations of Plants and Soils, and is intended for students who need to use some of the methods described there. Water is pervasive in biology, and a student of plants often must face measuring plant water status early in his or her career and virtually alone.  This book considers the three most used and useful methods of measuring water status, and aims at practical laboratory concepts, with considerable effort to keep the mathematical and physical treatments simple and illustrated with examples. Pictures are employed to give a better understanding of the procedures.

Contents:  Why measure water status? Pressure chamber, Thermocouple psychrometer, Pressure probe, Measuring the water status of plants & soils: examples.

JS Boyer, 1995, 178 p, soft, spiral-bound.  (List: $65.95)  $35.00

Find Similar Products by Category

Add to Wish List

Click the button below to add the Measuring the Water Status of Plants and Soils to your wish list.

You Recently Viewed...