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Reproductive Versatility in the Grasses

Edited By: GP Chapman
296 pages, Illus, tabs, SEMs
Reproductive Versatility in the Grasses
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  • Reproductive Versatility in the Grasses ISBN: 9780521188913 Paperback Apr 2011 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Contents: The grass family, Poaceae L Watson; The spikelet WD Clayton; Ovule structure and diversity. GP Chapman & J Greenham; Fertilisation and early embryogenesis H Lloyd Mogensen; Apomixis EC Bashaw & WW Hanna; Implications of reproductive versatility for the structure of grass populations AJ Richards; An assessment of grass succession, utilisation and development in the arid zone MD Kernick; In Vitro technology PA Lazzeri, J Kollmorgen & H Lorz; Reproduction and recognition phenomena in the Poaceae RB Knox & MB Singh; The widening perspective: reproductive biology of bamboos, some dryland grasses and cereals GP Chapman.

Reissue of a book first published in 1991.

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Preface; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; 1. The grass family, Poaceae L. Watson; 2. The spikelet W. D. Clayton; 3. Ovule structure and diversity G. P. Chapman and J. Greenham; 4. Fertilisation and early embryogenesis H. Lloyd Mogensen; 5. Apomixis E. C. Bashaw and W. W. Hanna; 6. Implications of reproductive versatility for the structure of grass populations A. J. Richards; 7. An assessment of grass succession, utilisation and development in the arid zone M. D. Kernick; 8. In Vitro technology P. A. Lazzeri, J. Kollmorgen and H. Lorz; 9. Reproduction and recognitiion phenomena in the poaceae R. B. Knox and M. B. Singh; 10. The widening perspective: reproductive biology of bamboos, some dryland grasses and cereals G. P. Chapman; Organism index; Subject index.

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Edited By: GP Chapman
296 pages, Illus, tabs, SEMs
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