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Publication Date: 1994
by Unknown Author
This is the first atlas to document the morphology and development of Arabidopsis thaliana, the small flowering plant which emerged during the 1980's as the primary model for research in the surging field of plant biology. Arabidopsisis the plant of choice for many studies in genetics, biochemistry, development, and radiation biology. This atlas consists of contributions from many of the world's leading Arabidopsis laboratories and is a "must have" volume for plant biologists. Its extensively illustrated chapters cover five principal areas: embryogenesis, vegetative growth, root growth, reproductive structures, and host-pathogen interactions.Arabidopsis: An Atlas of Morphology and Development, 1 was published 1994 under ISBN 9780387940892 and ISBN 0387940898.
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