Plant Physiology: Growth and Development v. 10
This volume, part of a series on plant physiology, gives an overview of major research advances in plant growth and development. A particular advance has been the treatment of space as a research setting for the study of plants without the environmental cue of gravity. Related titles are "Plant Physiology" (volume IX, 1986), "Methods for Plant Molecular Biology" (1988), and "Plant Pathology" (3rd edition, 1988).
- Hardback | 562 pages
- 01 May 1991
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Morphogenesis, P.B.Green; environmental cues in plant growth and development, D.M.Reid et al; bud dormancy in deciduous fruit trees, G.C.Martin; physiological mechanisms of plant senescence, J.H.Brown et al; growth regulators - an account of hormones and growth regulation, T.G.Brock and P.B.Kaufman; cell division, D.Davidson; analysis of plant development, D.W.Meinke; development and growth in space, A.D.Krikorian and H.G.Levine; epilogue - on growth and development - an overview, F.C.Steward.