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Progress in Botany, Volume 54

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Series: Progress in Botany Volume: 54
581 pages, 56 illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Progress in Botany, Volume 54
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  • Progress in Botany, Volume 54 ISBN: 9783540563587 Hardback May 1993 Out of Print #88416
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About this book

With one new volume each year, this series keeps scientists and advanced students informed of the latest developments and results in all areas of botany. The present volume includes reviews on structural botany, taxonomy, geobotany, plant physiology, genetics, and floral ecology.

Contents

Reviews
- O. Kandler Structural Botany: F. Mayer, H. Gerberding: Cytology and Morphogenesis of the Prokaryotic Cell
- D. Menzel: Cell Architecture and Cellular Morphogenesis of Eukaryotic Algae
- R. Kollmann, A. Schulz: Ploem Regeneration
- R. Rutishauser: Reproductive Development in Seed Plants

Physiology
- R. L"sch: Plant Water Relations
- A.J.E. Van Bel: The Transport Phloem. Specifics of its Functioning
- U. Schreiber, B. Bilger: Progress in Chlorophyll Flourescence Research
- G.J. Kelly, E. Latzko: Carbon Metabolism
- H. Bothe: Metabolism of Inorganic Nitrogen
- H.-R. Schtte: Secondary Plant Substances
- E. Medina: Mineral Nutrition: Tropical Savannas
- H.H. Felle: Development Physiology

Genetics
- R. Eichenlaub: Replication
- U. Kes, U. Stahl: Recombination
- A. L"nneberg, Ch. Jansson: Isolation of Plant Genes by T-DNA and Transposon Mutagenesis
- M. Ciriacy: Function of the Genetic Material
- G. Riemen et al: Extranuclear Inheritance
- F. Meinhardt, M. Rohe: Extranuclear Inheritance
- P. Tudzynski, K.-M. Weltring: Molecular Genetics of Phytopathogenic Fungi

Taxonomy
- J.-P. Frahm: Systematics of the Bryophytes
- K.U. Kramer: Systematics of the Pteridophytes

Geobotany
- B. Frenzel: The History of Flora and Vegetation During the Quaternary
- E.J. Jger: Plant Geography
- F. Sch"nbeck, I. Raschen: Symbioses: Mycorrhizae
- M. Popp: Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Nutrition
- R. Agerer: Ectomycorrhiza

Special Topics
- G. Gottsberger: Floral Ecology

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Out of Print
Series: Progress in Botany Volume: 54
581 pages, 56 illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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