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Pollen Biology and Biotechnology

By: KR Shivanna
301 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Pollen Biology and Biotechnology
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  • Pollen Biology and Biotechnology ISBN: 9781578082414 Paperback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Concise account of pollen biology and biotechnology with an emphasis on recent developments, with discussion largely confined to pollen grains of flowering plants.


Part 1 Pollen biology: pollen development; pollen morphology and aeropalynology; pollen viability and vigour; "in vitro" pollen germination and pollen tube growth; pollen sterility; pistil; pollination; pollen-pistil interaction and fertilization; self-incompatibility; interspecific incompatibility. Part 2 Pollen biotechnology: optimization of crop yield; commercial production of hybrid seeds; transfer of useful genes to crop species; induction of haploids from pollen grains; production of other economic products.

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By: KR Shivanna
301 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
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