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From the Publisher"Ethylene in Plant Biology is a mine of useful information about the gas and its effects... If I were a fresh ethylene researcher, particularly in agriculture, it is this book I would want at my fingertips, for its comprehensive coverage and tips on practical usage, to assist my development and maturation. It is also a valuable resource for researchers and students in any aspect of plant biology or horticulture."
"The work will be valuable to all seeking up-to-date and comprehensive information on ethylene."
—THE QUARTERLY REVIEW OF BIOLOGY
From Reviews of the First Edition
"Dr. Abeles has made a thorough survey of the bulky and confusing literature on this topic from the earliest indications of ethylene damage to plants over a century ago to the most recent and sophisticated biochemical and physiological studies. The topics covered are far ranging and include such matters as the practical use of ethylene and related compounds in plant production, the part played by ethylene as an air pollutant, its chemistry, and analytical techniques for its estimation. Anybody interested in plant hormones and the chemical control of plant growth and development will find this a gold mine of information and references."
—L.J. Audus, NATURE
"The real value of this book is in collecting the information about ethylene and classifying its effects. The author has done a skillful job of including and illustrating all the important information."
—M. Faust, UNITED STATES AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE, Beltsville, Maryland
"This book is a well-documented, well-indexed and well-illustrated survey of this whole field. This book will be essential for students and workers in this and related fields."
"The reviewer strongly recommends the book to students and research workers in post-harvest physiology of fruits, vegetables, and flowers. The fact that the author has included descriptions of the role of ethylene in growth, development, and flowering of plants makes this book essential reading for all horticulturists, physiologists, and biologists."