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Royal Society of Chemistry по журналам "Chemistry in the Garden"

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  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
    A garden can be a source of pleasure. The juxtaposition of different colours and floral scents together with the opportunity of eating home grown vegetables combine to provide gardeners with considerable satisfaction. This ...
  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
    In this chapter we shall consider some of the general structural materials and biochemical processes that occur in garden plants. A number of garden agrochemicals interact with these processes and the biochemicals that are ...
  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
    The soil represents the interface between inorganic and organic chemistry in the garden. The soil is a mixture of the weathered bedrock, and material deposited by glaciation and by rivers and from the atmosphere. It contains ...
  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
    Many ornamental garden plants are grown for the colour of their flowers and leaves or for the scent that they possess. The compounds that contribute to these properties form the subject of this chapter.
  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
    Today we grow ornamental garden plants for the aesthetic pleasure that they give. This was not always so. In the Middle Ages and later, the garden provided not only pleasure but also a source of food and beneficial herbal ...
  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
    In this chapter we shall consider some of the compounds that contribute to the flavour and beneficial properties of common vegetables and fruits that are grown in the garden. Natural products play a major role in the ...
  • Неизвестный автор (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2007)
    The gardener may use commercial fungicides and insecticides in order to control fungal disease and insect pests in the garden. However in nature the interaction between an infective organism or an insect pest and a plant ...
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)
  • Hanson James R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2008)