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PLANT ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY

PLANT ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125902409
  • 476 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5" x 8.5" inches
  • Book 525.00

 

This textbook has two parts. Part One deals with Plant Anatomy which includes a wide range of topics starting from the fundamental unit, the cell, and covering details of the internet structure of root, stem, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds, meristematic and permanent tissues, normal and abnormal secondary growth, etc. Topics such as Nodal Anatomy, Anatomy of Floral Parts, Fruit Wall and Seed Coat, Ecological Anatomy and Systematic Plant Anatomy will be of special interest to students. The text being simple and lucid compounded with natural and true-to-life illustrations, marks a special feature of the book. Part two deals with Plant Embryology and Palynology, and covers the structural life style, suitably divided into different chapters. Topics like Apomixis, Polyembryony, Experimental Embryology, Sexual Incompatibility, Classical and Applied Palynology, etc., will certainly feature awareness in the subject. The upgraded text matter studded with flow charts, comparative tables, and clear and lucid illustrations will be helpful in developing better understanding of the subject among the students. The book by virtue of its authoritative coverage, should be most suitable to undergraduate as well as postgraduate students of all Universities and also to those appearing for various competitive examinations such as CPMT, DME, DCS and IAS.

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Part-1: Plant Anatomy • The Plant Body • The Cell • Cell Cycle and Cell Division • Meristematic Tissues • Permanent Tissues • Tissue System • The Stem-Primary Structure • The Root-Primary Structure • The Leaf • Secondary Growth • Abscission and Healing of Wounds • Anomalous Secondary Growth • Nodal Anatomy • Anatomy of Floral Parts • Fruit Wall and Seed Coat • Ecological Anatomy • Systematic Plant Anatomy, Part-2: Embryology and Palynology • Introduction • Microsporophy II • Microgametophyte • The Megasporophy II • Megagametophyte • Pollination • Fertilization • Sexual Incompatibility • Endosperm • Embryo • Apomixis • Polyembryony • Seed • Embryology in relation to Taxonomy • Experimental Embryology • Palynology