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Date entered:20040224
Last modified:20040415
Team:kg
ARN:PL2004000414
Record status:C
Bibl. level:MS
Type of publication:B
Literary ind.:K
English title:1st Conference of the Polish Society for Plant Experimental Biology
Languages:(En)
Authors - M:Falkowski, J. (ed.)
Corp.authors:University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn (Poland). Dept. of Plant Physiology and Biotechnology
Conference:1. Conference of the Polish Society for Plant Experimental Biology
Conf.place:Olsztyn (Poland)
Conf.date:3-6 Sep 2003
Publisher:UWM Olsztyn
Publ.place:Olsztyn (Poland)
Publ.date:2003
Collation-M:250 p.
Notes:Summary only
Serial title:Polish Journal of Natural Sciences (Poland)
Serial sec.title:1st Conference of the Polish Society for Plant Experimental Biology
ISSN:1731-3147
Collation-S:Supplement no.1
Prim.subj.categ.:F30-Plant genetics and breeding
Sec.subj.categ.:F40-Plant ecology
F62-Plant physiology - Growth and development
Descriptors - En:PLANT PHYSIOLOGY; PLANT BREEDING; PLANT ECOLOGY; PLANT PRODUCTION; PLANT PROTECTION; PLANT CONDITION; STRESS; BREEDING METHODS; MOLECULAR GENETICS; RESISTANCE TO INJURIOUS FACTORS; STRESS; METABOLISM; ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION;
Descriptors - Fr:PHYSIOLOGIE VEGETALE; AMELIORATION DES PLANTES; PHYTOECOLOGIE; PRODUCTION VEGETALE; PROTECTION DES PLANTES; ETAT DE LA PLANTE; STRESS; METHODE D'AMELIORATION GENETIQUE; GENETIQUE MOLECULAIRE; RESISTANCE AUX FACTEURS NUISIBLES; STRESS; METABOLISME; PROTECTION DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT;
Descriptors - Sp:FISIOLOGIA VEGETAL; FITOMEJORAMIENTO; ECOLOGIA VEGETAL; PRODUCCION VEGETAL; PROTECCION DE LAS PLANTAS; CONDICION DE LA PLANTA; ESTRES; METODOS DE MEJORAMIENTO GENETICO; GENETICA MOLECULAR; RESISTENCIA A AGENTES DANINOS; ESTRES; METABOLISMO; PROTECCION AMBIENTAL;
Abstract:The conference program inluded plenar session (Cellular and organospecific responses of plants to abiotic stress - involvement of hydrogen peroxide and nitric oxide, development of starch granule molecular and supramolecular structure, ecophysiological factors of crop productivity, biotechnological plant improvement, molecular mechanisms of plant development) and four thematic sessions: molecular conditions of plant development, mechanisms of plant resistance to stress, genetic engineering in quantitative and qualitative plant improvement, plant ecophysiology as a factor of plant production and environmental protection. The proceedings contains abstracts of plenary lectures, oral communications and posters
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