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From the PublisherAntioxidants and Reactive Oxygen Species in Plants summarizes muchrecent research in to the role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) inplant metabolism, underling the important role of ROS as signallingmolecules in plant growth and development and in plant responses tobiotic and abiotic stress. It provides a solid background forresearch workers involved in this field of investigation andcomprises eleven chapters written by twenty authors, all of whomare recognized scientists with notable achievements in researchinto antioxidants and oxygen stress.
The great value of the book is that it reflects recent markedchanges in our view of ROS.
The book will be very useful not only for researchers directlyinvolved in ROS and antioxidants investigations, but also to thosewho are entering the field, since each chapter has a briefintroduction with definitions and an explanation of the problem. Ican certainly recommend Antioxidants and Reactive Oxygen Species inPlants to graduate students with a background in plant molecularbiology, biochemistry and environmental biology and who have aninterest in the growing significance of ROS in so many aspects ofplant life.
Anna M. Rychter