Current Trends in the Embryology of Angiosperms by Sant Saran BhojwaniCurrent Trends in the Embryology of Angiosperms by Sant Saran Bhojwani

Current Trends in the Embryology of Angiosperms

EditorSant Saran Bhojwani, Woong-Young Soh

Paperback | December 1, 2010

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The revolutionary progress made in this fascinating field of sexual reproduction inspired this generously illustrated volume. It includes 21 chapters written by experts, covering all aspects of the embryology of angiosperms, ranging from development, isolation, and structure of gametes to endosperm and seed development.
Title:Current Trends in the Embryology of AngiospermsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:542 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0.07 inPublished:December 1, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048156793

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Table of Contents

Introduction. 1. Male Gametogenesis; Development and Structure of Sperm; D. Southworth, S.C. Russell. 2. Sperm and Generative Cell; Isolation and Manipulation; D. Southworth. 3. Pollen Germination and Pollen Tube Growth; Tip Growth Mechanism in Sexual Plant Reproduction; A. Moscatelli, M. Cresti. 4. Female Gametogenesis; Ontogenesis of the Embryo Sac and Female Gametes; S.D. Russell. 5. Embryo Sac; Isolation and Manipulation; D.D. Cass, J.D. Laurie. 6. In Vivo Fertilization; T.B. Batygina, V.E. Vasilyeva. 7. In Vitro Fertilization; E. Kranz. 8. Sexual Incompatibility; F. Cruz-Garcia, B.A. MacClure. 9. Zygotic Embryogenesis; Structural Aspects; R. Czapik, R. Izmailow. 10. Zygotic Embryogenesis; Hormonal Control of Embryo Development; B. Fischer-Iglesias, G. Neuhaus. 11. Zygotic Embryogenesis: Developmental Genetics; The Formation of an Embryo from a Fertilized Egg; K. Schrick, T. Laux. 12. Somatic Embryogenesis; T.A. Thorpe, C. Stasolla. 13. Synthetic Seeds of Asparagus officinalis L.; K. Mamiya, et al. 14. Endosperm Development; P.W. Becraft, et al. 15. Seed Maturation, Germination, and Dormancy; A.B. Downie. 16. Gametophytic Apomixis; A Successful Mutation of the Female Gametogenesis; Y. Savidan. 17. Parthenocarpy; State of the Art; A. Spena, G.L. Rotino. 18. Androgenesis in Brassica; A Model System to Study the Initiation of Plant Embryogenesis; J.B.M. Custers, et al. 19. Androgenesis in Cereals; S.K. Datta. 20. In Vitro Gynogenesis; S.S. Bhojwani, T.D. Thomas. 21. Inheritance of Cytoplasmic Traits &endash; Embryological Perspectives; T. Kuroiwa, et al. Subject Index.

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`The book is highly recommendable to advanced students of Plant Biology wishing to learn the fundamentals of angiosperm embryology, and at the time addresses researchers entering the field or simply curious about the current state of our knowledge. Researchers actively engaged in plant embryology will find in-depth information and will certainly appreciate having this book on the shelf above their desks as it will soon become an indispensable companion in their daily work.' Plant Science, 161 (2001)