This 1990 text brings together a detailed review by acknowledged authorities of grass reproductive biology.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
Table of Contents
Preface; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; 1. The grass family, Poaceae L. Watson; 2. The spikelet W. D. Clayton; 3. Ovule structure and diversity G. P. Chapman and J. Greenham; 4. Fertilisation and early embryogenesis H. Lloyd Mogensen; 5. Apomixis E. C. Bashaw and W. W. Hanna; 6. Implications of reproductive versatility for the structure of grass populations A. J. Richards; 7. An assessment of grass succession, utilisation and development in the arid zone M. D. Kernick; 8. In Vitro technology P. A. Lazzeri, J. Kollmorgen and H. Lorz; 9. Reproduction and recognitiion phenomena in the poaceae R. B. Knox and M. B. Singh; 10. The widening perspective: reproductive biology of bamboos, some dryland grasses and cereals G. P. Chapman; Organism index; Subject index.