Seedlings: Biology of Plant Establishment (Modular Texts)

Seedlings: Biology of Plant Establishment (Modular Texts)

By: Ilse Kranner (author), S. W. Adkins (author), M.I. Daws (author), Wolfgang Stuppy (author)Paperback

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Seedling establishment is the most critical phase in plant development, making the seedling an important area in basic and applied research. This new graduate-level textbook presents key topics such as different types of germination, the transition from seed to seedling, hormonal regulation of trophisms and morphogenesis and autotrophy acquisition, going on to consider seedling ecology, how seedlings survive in extreme environments and the seedling stage in weeds, agriculture and environmental plants. Written by authors from diverse fields of study and research, this textbook is an essential resource for students and researchers in plant ecology, botany, agriculture, conservation and restoration ecology. It is suitable for students of crop science and plant biology.

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  • ISBN13: 9781845937904
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9781845937904
  • ISBN10: 1845937902

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