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Embryology of flowering plants; terminology and concepts; v.3: Reproductive systems.

9781578082650

Embryology of flowering plants; terminology and concepts; v.3: Reproductive systems.

Ed. by T.B. Batygina.

Science Publishers, Inc.

2009

576 pages

$139.00

Hardcover

QK498

The series, which concludes with this third volume, is innovative in combining a dictionary of terminology with monographic descriptions of structures and processes. Botanists specializing in such areas a embryology, morphology, genetics, geobotany, and ecology offer their interpretation of such complex notions as systems of reproduction and living strategies. Other key topics include reproduction, renewal, propagation, amphimixis, apomixis, reproductive effort, reproductive success, potential seed productivity, and real seed productivity. The first volume considers generative organs of flowers, and the second covers seed. Distributed in the US by Enfield.

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