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Tropospheric Ozone: A Hazard for Vegetation and Human Health

This book presents updated and relevant information on the tropospheric ozone problem and its effects on the plants and human health. The contributions here present in-depth knowledge about history, pattern, sources, environmental factors and other necessary aspects of the tropospheric ozone problem. The book provides a balanced view of current developments on the effects of the tropospheric ozone on plant and human health, crop production and ecosystem services. In addition to the effects of the tropospheric ozone on growth and physiological and biochemical traits, it also considers the molecular basis of plant responses to ozone. The book encompasses a holistic view on various interconnected issues of ozone pollution, and will appeal to scientists from all over the world.

Professor Madhoolika Agrawal investigates environmental pollution and global climatic change effects on plants, and is a recipient of Fulbright and INSA Royal Society fellowships. She has published 250 research papers, edited two books, and is the author of a further book. She has also run 10 national and six international projects.

Dr Anita Singh’s expertise falls within the domain of sustainable agriculture and the impact of environmental pollutants on physiological aspects of plants. She is the recipient of a number of international awards, including the Green Talent and Alice J. Murphy Awards. She is the author of several publications, and has co-edited three books.

Professor S.B. Agrawal has worked in the area of stress biology and conducted field experiments to ascertain the effects of Ozone and UV-B on plants. He has worked as a Visiting Scientist at USDA, Maryland, and has published more than 160 research papers, as well as two edited volumes.

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ISBN: 1-5275-7057-6

ISBN13: 978-1-5275-7057-3

Release Date: 11th October 2021

Pages: 653

Price: £80.99