Discovery Publishing House, 2005 - 368 pàgines
The present title Plant Reproduction is the competition of a comprehensive account of the fundamental principle of plant reproduction. In incorporates and organizes the information concerning plant reproduction from relevant and authentic sources. It presents a connected and precise account of the subject matter of this important branch of Botany which forms an integral part of the studies undertaken by the undergraduate and postgraduate studies of the subject. The principles have been outlined in considerable detail with illustrations along with the fundamental facts and theories that explain the basics of plant reproduction. Contents: Asexual Propagation, Propagation by Cuttings, Propagation by Layering, Processes of Budding, Grafting and Budding, Propagation by Specialized Stems and Roots, Asexual Reproduction in Fungi, Vegetative Growth of Filamentous Fungi, Growth of Yeasts, Cellular Life Cycle, Growth in Plants, Hormones in Growth.
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Propagation by Cuttings
Propagation by Layering
Processes of Budding
Grafting and Budding
Propagation by Specialized Stems
Asexual Reproduction in Fungi
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