Edited By: M Cresti, A Cai and A Moscatelli
447 pages, 6 col plates, 147 b/w figs, 17 tabs
Outlines the molecular mechanisms underlying the biotechnological methods that are increasingly being used to develop new strategies in plant breeding. Topics included are: pollen development, pollen tube growth, macrosporogenesis and fertilization and the effects of pesticides on sexual plant reproduction.
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