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by J. W. H. Yong,C. S. Hew,Choy Sin Hew

  • Author: J. W. H. Yong,C. S. Hew,Choy Sin Hew
  • ISBN: 9810228554
  • ISBN13: 978-9810228552
  • ePub: 1548 kb | FB2: 1190 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science & Mathematics
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (October 1997)
  • Pages: 331
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 319
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The Physiology of Tropical Orchids in Relation to the Industry ePub download

An integrated and unifying theme of tropical orchid physiology, with a clearly written factual text as well as illustrations, is presented over nine chapters. Each chapter is designed to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information on a particular aspect of orchid physiology.

An integrated and unifying theme of tropical orchid physiology, with a clearly written factual text and illustration, is presented over nine chapters. Each chapter is designed to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date information on an aspect of orchid physiology. Over the past ten years, the orchid industry is growing at a steady pace in the South East Asia and East Asia regions. In some Asian countries, orchids have become an essential export item

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Over the past ten years, the orchid industry is growing at a steady pace in the South East Asia and East Asia regions. In some Asian countries, orchids have become an essential export item. An integrated and unifying theme of tropical orchid physiology, with a clearly written factual text and illustration, is presented over nine chapters.

by Choy Sin Hew (Author). The senior author, Professor C S Hew, was awarded the Singapore 1997 National Science Award for his pioneering and substantial work in this field. Joseph Arditti Professor Emeritus University of California, Irvine, Usa, Plant Science Bulletin This book is a wonderful reference.

The contribution of Professor Hew Choy Sin and Mr Jean Yong to tropical orchid biology and industry is therefore .

The contribution of Professor Hew Choy Sin and Mr Jean Yong to tropical orchid biology and industry is therefore both valuable and timely. This book is written in response to the growing demand for an orchid physiology book with a tropical perspective both in Singapore and her neighbouring South East Asian countries. I congratulate the authors for sharing their expertise.

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Hew CS, Yong JWH (1997) The physiology of tropical orchids in relation to the industry. Morgano MA, Queiroz SCN, Ferreira MMC (1999) Application of exploratory analysis to the differentiation of vegetables. Braz J Food Technol 2:73–79Google Scholar

Hew CS, Yong JWH (1997) The physiology of tropical orchids in relation to the industry. World Scientific, gle Scholar. Hikosaka K, Terashima I (1995) A model of the acclimation of photosynthesis in the leaves of C3 plants to sun and shade with respect to nitrogen use. Plant Cell Environ 18:605–618CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Braz J Food Technol 2:73–79Google Scholar. Niinemets Ü (2007) Photosynthesis and resource distribution through plant canopies.

An integrated and unifying theme of tropical orchid physiology, with a clearly written factual text as well as illustrations, is presented over nine chapters.

Over the past ten years, the orchid industry is growing at a steady pace in the South East Asia and East Asia regions. In some Asian countries, orchids have become an essential export item. To maintain this progress, there is an urgent need for a book that is relevant to the region orchid growers in improving their cultivation and management skills, and to guide new students in understanding orchid physiology. This book provides a comprehensive account of tropical orchid physiology relevant to commercial growers, research workers and graduate students. An integrated and unifying theme of tropical orchid physiology, with a clearly written factual text and illustration, is presented over nine chapters. Each chapter is designed to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date information on an aspect of orchid physiology. This book complements the existing scientific literature available to improve orchid cultivation and to set new research agenda especially in the tropics.