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Maria Skalińska Festschrift

Series: Polish Botanical Studies Volume: 2
By: Zbigniew Mirek(Editor)
246 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Maria Skalińska Festschrift
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About this book

Language: English, with three contributions in French. All contributions have English abstracts

This issue of Polish Botanical Studies is dedicated to Maria Skalińska on the 100th anniversary of her birth, and contains 26 articles (see the table of contents for more details).

Contents

- A. Jankun: Maria Magdalena Skalińska (1890-1977) – the 100th anniversary of her birth
- S. M. Walters: Professor Maria Skalińska: an appreciation from England
- M. Kovanda: Professor Maria Skalińska: a personal recollection
- A. Lima-de-faria: The new ethics in a multibiological society
- C. Favarger: Liens génétiques entre la flore orophile des Tatras et celle des Alpes à la lumière de quelques complexes polyploïdes
- J. Contandriopoulos: Quelques reflexions à propos de l'endé misme insulaire (la Corse). Methodes de travail
- S. R. J. Woodell: Pollen flow in three species of Primula (Primulaceae) in Britain
- K. M. Urbanska: Pollen and male function in angiospermous plants
- T. W. J. Gadella: Reproduction, variation and interspecific hybridization in three species of Hieracium section Pilosellina (Compositae)
- S. Asker: Diploid Potentilla argentea (Rosaceae) – apomictic or not?
- R. Czapik: Some research problems of the endosperm in Angiospermae
- T. B. Batygina: Nucellar embryoidogeny in Poa pratensis (Poaceae)
- J. Małecka: Variability in female gametophytogenesis in Solidago graminifolia (Compositae) from Poland
- J. Bohdanowicz & K. Turała-szybowska: Ultrastructure of the mature embryo sac in Aconitum vulparia (Ranunculaceae): the central cell
- A. Fernandes: Sur l'évolution du Narcissus nivalis (Amaryllidaceae) dans une Nordaie à la Serra da Estrela (Portugal)
- W. Nagl: Two human sequences (aromatase, telomere) detected in Phaseolus (Fabaceae) by respectively blot and in situ hybridization
- S. Baroncelli, A. Cavallini & F. D'Amato: Cellular processes in the development of epidermal cell lines in the first foliage leaf of Triticum durum (Poaceae): effects of light and gibberellic acid
- P. M. Sanders, L. Przywara & K. K. Pandey: A further investigation of sub-lethal pollen irradiation in Nicotiana (Solanaceae)
- K. K. Pandey, L. Przywara & P. M. Sanders: Induced parthenogenesis in kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa, Actinidiaceae) through the use of lethally irradiated pollen
- J. H. Hunziker: Protandry in Alstroemeria psittacina (Alstroemeriaceae)
- H. E. Weber: A survey of the bramble species (Rubus subgenus Rubus, Rosaceae) in Poland
- Z. Mirek: Senecio umbrosus (Compositae) – a new species in the flora of the Tatra Mountains
- M. Olech: Japewia tornoensis (Lichenes), a species new to the Antarctic
- T. Majewski: The genus Siemaszkoa (Fungi, Laboulbeniales) in Poland
- A. Chlebicki: Notes on Pyrenomycetes and Coelomycetes (Fungi) from Poland
- B. Godzik: Accumulation of heavy metals in Biscutella laevigata (Cruciferae) as a function of their concentration in substrate

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Series: Polish Botanical Studies Volume: 2
By: Zbigniew Mirek(Editor)
246 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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