This volume presents twenty-four chapters on the biotechnology of trees and deals with the importance, distribution, conventional propagation, micropropagation, review of tissue culture studies, in vitro culture, and genetic manipulation of forest, fruit and ornamental trees, such as various species of Acrocomia, Ailanthus, Allocasuarina, Anacardium, Carya, Casuarina, Coffea, Cyphomandra, Fagus, Feijoa, Fraxinus, Gymnocladus, Leptospermum, Metroxylon, Oxydendrum, Paeonia, Paulownia, Pouteria, Psidium, Quercus. Included are also five chapters on gymnosperm trees, such as Abies fraseri, Cephalotaxus, Pinus species and Tetraclinis articulata.Trees IV is a valuable reference book for scientists, teachers, and students of forestry, botany, genetics and horticulture, who are interested in tree biotechnology.
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