Introduction to Plant Structure and Development Plant Anatomy for the Twenty-First Century
Edition: 2nd 2010 (Revised)
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List price: $93.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 4/22/2010
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Problems of adaptation to a terrestrial environment|
|An overview of plant structure and development|
|The protoplast of the eukaryotic cell|
|Structure and development of the cell wall|
|Meristems of the shoot and their roles in plant structure and development|
|Morphology and development of the primary vascular system of the stem|
|Sympodial systems and patterns of nodal anatomy|
|The origin of secondary tissue systems and the effect of their formation on the primary body of seed plants|
|The vascular cambium: structure and function|
|Periderm, rhytidome, and the nature of bark|
|Unusual features of structure and development in stems and roots|
|Secretion in plants|
|Reproduction and the origin of the sporophyte|