372 pages, Illus
The biochemistry of plant pigments attracts continuing interest and research from a wide range of pure and applied biochemists and plant scientists. In many areas the first two editions of Professor Goodwin's Chemistry and Biochemistry of Plant Pigments have been overtaken by research and the need for a new, up-to-date summary has become pressing. This new book was conceived in response to this need. The burgeoning literature mitigates against a comprehensive treatment. Instead Professor Goodwin has identified seven topics which represent growing points in plant pigment research and has invited experts to prepare critical reviews of recent developments in them. The resulting book is an essential companion to the earlier volumes and will ensure that workers in this field are absolutely up to date with the latest thinking.
I would strong recommend this book for the undergraduate library, and to anyone wanting to bring themselves up to date in the area of plant science it covers. --JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
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