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Faculty Publications, Working Papers

RMU Research #: 17871
Title: Phenolic Cycle in Plants and Environment
Author/PI: Maria V Kalevitch;   Kefeli,V. and B.Borsari
Date(s): 10/02/2002 - 03/17/2003
Category: Environmental Science
Type: Journal Paper
Description: Phenolic substances are synthesized in plants and soil.They exist in the form of polymers and monomers.Phenolics possess important physiological functions that regulate thickening of the cell wall, cell elongation, etc. They also show inhibitory effect on the adjacent rhizosphere. The phenolics are important in soil-plant-environment interrelations.
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