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Embryogenesis

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The application of genetics and molecular biology to the study of embryogenesis heralds major advances in the understanding of plant development.Embryogenesis brings together recent advances on plant embryogenesis by key workers in the field, linking studies on morphology, molecular biology and genetics. It covers the major formative stages from the inception of the ovule, early organ development and pattern formation to the final dry embryo. The model system Arabidopsis as well as major crop species such as maize are considered.
Environmental Plant Biology Series. The chapters in this book feature papers presented at the Society for Experimental Biology Meeting at St. Andrews University on April 3-5, 1995. It brings together advances on plant embryogenesis by key workers in the field, linking studies on morphology, molecular biology and genetics. 222 pp including many b/w photographs and illustrations. There are library labels, numbers and stamps still in evidence on the front cover and front endpaper.The covers show light shelfwear but the binding is tight. The cut edges and actual text are very clean and unmarked. Published in association with the Society for Experimental Biology.

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Author(s):
Wang, T.L. and Cuming, A. - Editors
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
6 1/2 x 9 1/2"
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1859960650
ISBN-13:
9781859960653
Number of pages:
222
Publisher:
Bios Scientific Publishers
Title:
Embryogenesis: the generation of a plant.

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The application of genetics and molecular biology to the study of embryogenesis heralds major advances in the understanding of plant development.Embryogenesis brings together recent advances on plant embryogenesis by key workers in the field, linking studies on morphology, molecular biology and genetics. It covers the major formative stages from the inception of the ovule, early organ development and pattern formation to the final dry embryo. The model system Arabidopsis as well as major crop species such as maize are considered.
Environmental Plant Biology Series. The chapters in this book feature papers presented at the Society for Experimental Biology Meeting at St. Andrews University on April 3-5, 1995. It brings together advances on plant embryogenesis by key workers in the field, linking studies on morphology, molecular biology and genetics. 222 pp including many b/w photographs and illustrations. There are library labels, numbers and stamps still in evidence on the front cover and front endpaper.The covers show light shelfwear but the binding is tight. The cut edges and actual text are very clean and unmarked. Published in association with the Society for Experimental Biology.

Author(s):
Wang, T.L. and Cuming, A. - Editors
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
6 1/2 x 9 1/2"
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1859960650
ISBN-13:
9781859960653
Number of pages:
222
Publisher:
Bios Scientific Publishers
Title:
Embryogenesis: the generation of a plant.

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