Morphogenesis in Plant Tissue Cultures by Woong-Young SohMorphogenesis in Plant Tissue Cultures by Woong-Young Soh

Morphogenesis in Plant Tissue Cultures

EditorWoong-Young Soh, Sant Saran Bhojwani

Paperback | December 15, 2010

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This book presents a detailed analysis of up-to-date literature on in vitro morphogenesis at cell, tissue, organ, and whole plant levels. Its driving force is the substantial advances made in the field of morphogenesis in tissue cultures during the last 25 years.
Title:Morphogenesis in Plant Tissue CulturesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:540 pagesPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048152062

ISBN - 13:9789048152063

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Table of Contents

Introduction. Part I: Basic Studies. 1. Differentiation of Vascular Elements in Tissue Culture. 2. Plant Regeneration from Cultured Protoplasts. 3. Morphogenesis in Haploid Cell Cultures. 4. Light and Electron Microscopic Studies of Somatic Embryogenesis in Spruce. 5. Physiological and Morphological Aspects of Somatic Embryogenesis. 6. Developmental and Structural Aspects of Root Organogenesis. 7. Shoot Morphogenesis: Structure, Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 8. Floral and Vegetative Differentiation In Vitro and In Vivo. 9. Developmental and Structural Patterns of In Vitro Plants. 10. Morphogenesis in Cell and Tissue Cultures. 11. Regulation of Morphogenesis by Bacterial Auxin and Cytokinin Biosynthesis Transgenes. Part II: Applications. 12. In Vitro Induced Haploids in Plant Genetics and Breeding. 13. Somatic Hybridization for Plant Improvement. 14. Germination of Synthetic Seeds. 15. Morphogenesis in Micropropagation. 16. Cell Differentiation and Secondary Metabolite Production. Index.

Editorial Reviews

`However, I also consider that this book should be read and consulted widely by researchers, teachers and students involved in the biological sciences and agriculture.' Plant Pathology, 50 (2001)