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Advances in Agronomy

Contributors to this special 100th volume were carefully selected by the editor for their perspectives on not only the current state-of-the-art of their topic but also where their fields are going and what future opportunities exist to advance scientific frontiers. Originating in 1949, Advances in Agronomy is a venerable serial review featuring state-of-the-art reviews on crop and soil sciences over the years, and is highly regarded around the world. Volume 100 continues this long tradition of excellence, with cutting-edge and visionary reviews from distinguished scientists at the top of their respective fields.

Audience
Professionals, researchers, students, and government involved in agronomy, crop & soil sciences, plant science, and environmental sciencesas well as those in allied fields including geochemistry, environmental microbiology, and microbiology

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Advances in Agronomy

Hardbound, 272 Pages

Published: December 2008

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-374361-9

Contents

  • Advances in Understanding Soil/Plant Interfacial ProcessesR. Tappero, H. Bais – University of DelawareR. Chaney – United States Dept. of Agriculture Dynamics of Soil FormationJ. Klaminder, C. Chen, K. Yoo – University of Delaware Extraterrestrial Exploration: Expanding Our HorizonsDoug Ming – NASA Johnson Space Center The Second Genetic CodeShawn Kaeppler – University of WisconsinNathan Springer – University of Minnesota Microbial Distribution in Soils: Physics and ScalingIain Young – University of Abertay Dundee, Scotland Advances in GeobiologyKenneth Nealson – University of Southern California Ecological Genomics Mark Aarts – Wageningen University Sorghum Drought Tolerance and Striga ResistanceGebisa Ejeta – Purdue University Environmental NanoparticlesPatricia Maurice – University of Notre DameMike Hochella – Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Combining Biomarker With Stable Isotope Analyses for Assessing the Transformation and Turnover of Soil Organic Matter W. Amelung, S. Brodowski, A. Sandhage-Hofmann, and R. Bol

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