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Plant Genome: Biodiversity and Evolution, Volume 1, Part D: Phanerogams

Edited By: AK Sharma and A Sharma
350 pages, Figs, tabs
Plant Genome: Biodiversity and Evolution, Volume 1, Part D: Phanerogams
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  • Plant Genome: Biodiversity and Evolution, Volume 1, Part D: Phanerogams ISBN: 9781578084203 Hardback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The coverage of this volume ranges from Cycads and Pines of Gymnosperms to monocot genera of significance in phylogeny, agri-horticulture and commerce. The previous volume (1C), dealt with dicot counterparts. Noteworthy features of the volume include molecular phylogeny of Cycads, correlation of genomics and micro habitat in Pinus, genome studies in oil and datepalm, correlation of molecular data with habit in orchids, congruence of karyotype and molecular data in Festuca and analysis of putative ancestors in Avena. The volume will be of interest to all students of genomics interested in phylogeny, agri-horticulture and commercial plants.

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* Evolution and Phylogeny of Cycads: Michael Wink; * Molecular Variability aqnd Diversity of Mediterranean Pines: Pinus halepenis Mill. and Pinus brutia Ten.: Leonid Korol and Gabriel Schiler; * Survey of Genetic Diversity and Phylogenic Relationships in Tunisian Date-palms (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by Molecular Methods: Trifi Mokhtar et al.; * Oil Palm: Zuzana Price et al.; * Genome Complexity of Allium: Ellen B. Peffley; * Molecular Phylogenetics of Chinese Cymbidium (Orchidaceae) Based on nrITS Sequence and RAPD Data: Xiu-Lin Ye et al.; * Genome Evolution and Population Biology in the Orchidaceae: Elizabeth Ann Veasey and Giancarlo Conde Xavier Oliveira; * Karyological Evolution of the Genus Luzula DC.(Juncaceae): M.C. Garcia-Herran; * Phylogenetic Relationships and Systematics in Genus Bromus (Poaceae): Tatjana Oja; * Phylogeny and Evolution of Festuca L. and Related Genera of Subtribe Loliinae (Poeae, Poaceae): Pilar Catalan; * Molecular Genetic and Cytogenetic Evidences Supporting the Genome Relationships of the Genus Avena: Araceli Fominaya et al.; * Authors Index; * Detailed Contents.

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Edited By: AK Sharma and A Sharma
350 pages, Figs, tabs
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