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Publication Date: 0000
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Savidge, R. A., Barnett, J. R., Napier, R.
The application of modern molecular biology techniques is providing new insight into wood formation and the seasonal nature of secondary growth in perennial woody plant species. Extensively illustrated, this new book provides a comprehensive and critical overview of current understanding about the biology of wood formation, with a focus on the development, regulation and biochemistry of cambial growth supplemented by additional considerations of the fundamental factors determining forest productivity, wood quality and heartwood formation.Savidge, R. A. is the author of 'Cell And Molecular Biology Of Wood Formation', published 0000 under ISBN 9781859961230 and ISBN 1859961231.
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