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eBook Mechanisms in Plant Development download ISBN: 0865427429
Author: Stephen Day,Ottoline Leyser
Publisher: Blackwell Science Ltd.; 1 edition (2003)
Language: English
Pages: 241
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In this new book, Leyser and Day provide a comprehensive overviewof plant developmental biology that presents a diversity ofdevelopmental strategies whilst carefully distilling the basicprinciples and mechanisms involved. Its strengths are its breadth,clarity and up to date discussion of developmental studies andconcepts.

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Abstracting and indexing. Mechanisms in Plant Development. By Ottoline Leyser and, Stephen Day. Oxford and Malden (Massachusetts): Blackwell Publishing. xiii + 241 p; il. index. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. The University of Chicago Press Books.

Dame (Henrietta Miriam) Ottoline Leyser DBE FRS (born 7 March 1965) is a British plant biologist and Professor of Plant Development at the University of Cambridge and director of the Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge.

Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plant development, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquire and maintain their specific fates. 1. An Introduction to Flowering Plants. Characteristics of Plant Development. Cell Intrinsic Information. Development Mechanisms. Primary Axis Development. Axis Development in the Leaf and Flower. Position Relative to a Particular Cell, Tissue or Organ. Environmental Information other than Light. The Coordination of Development.

by Ottoline Leyser and Stephen Day Blackwell Science (2003) 241 pages

by Ottoline Leyser and Stephen Day Blackwell Science (2003) 241 pages. On the generation and development of plants. It is normal to proceed from easier and better-known facts to less-known ones. Plants differ from animals in that plants have an easier structure with a smaller system of organs and simpler ways of acting and faculties than animals. Nature operates using the same laws and mechanisms in all beings to which these apply.

Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the plant

Plant development is a continuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, with similar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and in different parts of the plant.

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Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses in plantdevelopment, this book explains how the cells of a plant acquireand maintain their specific fates. Plant development is acontinuous process occurring throughout the life cycle, withsimilar regulatory mechanisms acting at different stages and indifferent parts of the plant. Rather than focussing on the lifecycle, the book is structured around these underlying mechanisms,using case studies to provide students with a framework tounderstand the many factors, both environmental and endogenous,that combine to regulate development and generate the enormousdiversity of plant forms.New approach to the study of plant development and a refreshinglook at this fast-moving area.Authors focus their discussion on the basic mechanisms whichunderpin plant development, tackling the fundamental question ofhow a single cell becomes a complex flowering plant from a cellularperspective.An up-to-date, modern text in plant development for advancedlevel undergraduates and postgraduates in plant science.Thought-provoking treatment of a difficult subject, the textwill satisfy the needs of advanced level undergraduates andpostgraduates in plant science.Experimental case studies throughout.The artwork from the book is available atwww.blackwellpublishing.com/leyser
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