Plant Ecophysiology

Volume 2

Series Editors:

Luit J. De Kok and Ineke Stulen

University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Aims & Scope:

The Kluwer Handbook Series of Plant Ecophysiology comprises a series of books that deals with the impact of biotic and abiotic factors on plant functioning and physiological adaptation to the environment. The aim of the Plant Ecophysiology series is to review and integrate the present knowledge on the impact of the environment on plant functioning and adaptation at various levels of integration: from the molecular, biochemical, physiological to a whole plant level. This Handbook series is of interest to scientists who like to be informed of new developments and insights in plant ecophysiology, and can be used as advanced textbooks for biology students.

The titles published in this series are listed at the end of this volume.

Significance of Glutathione to Plant Adaptation to the Environment

Edited by Dieter Grill

University of Graz, Austria

Michael Tausz

University of Graz, Austria and

Luit J. De Kok

University of Groningen, The Netherlands



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