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by M. Kh. Chailakhyan,V.N. Khrianin,Kenneth V. Thimann,Vanya Loroch

Sexuality in Plants and Its Hormonal Regulation download ebook
ISBN:
0387964886
ISBN13:
978-0387964881
Author:
M. Kh. Chailakhyan,V.N. Khrianin,Kenneth V. Thimann,Vanya Loroch
Publisher:
Springer; 1987 edition (July 8, 1987)
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159 pages
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Hormonal Regulation of Sex Expression and Age-Related Changes. Bibliographic Information.

Hormonal Regulation of Sex Expression and Age-Related Changes. Sexuality in Plants and Its Hormonal Regulation.

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Here is the first book to treat the control of sexuality in plants.

New Biological Books. Thimann, Vanya Loroch. A. D. Krikorian, "Sexuality in Plants and Its Hormonal Regulation.

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Sexuality in Plants and Its Hormonal Regulation.

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Kenneth Vivian Thimann (August 5, 1904 – January 15, 1997) was an English-American plant physiologist and microbiologist known for his studies of plant hormones, which were widely influential in agriculture and horticulture. He isolated and determined the structure of auxin, the first known plant hormone. He spent most of his early career (1935–1965) at Harvard University, and his later career (1965 - ) at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Here is the first book to treat the control of sexuality in plants. The authors provide a thorough review of the literature and discuss many new findings from their laboratory. They include a review of the evolution and genetics of sexuality, including new data on the effect of primary environmental factors on sex expression and the influence of phytohormones on the expression of sexuality as a function of age. The work discussed here has significant implications for plant breeding. Agronomists, horticulturists, and plant physiologists will find practical information on procedures to use in the field or the green house, as well as a thorough introduction to the principles of flowering and fruiting.