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Bryophyte Development
Physiology and Biochemistry

ISBN 9780367202675
Published March 31, 2021 by CRC Press
300 Pages

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Book Description

Published in 1990: With the accumulation of knowledge in the newer areas of investigations and the increasing degree of specialization, the most satisfactory way of bringing together authentic information in one volume is to invite the specialists in each area to contribute.

Table of Contents

    1. Protoplasts as Tools in the Study of Moss Development

    Neil W. Ashton et al.

    2. Mutants as Tools for the Analytical Dissection of Cell Differentiation in Physcomitrella patens Gametophytes

    Neil W. Ashton and David J. Cove

    3. Photomodulation and Protonema Development

    Elmar Hartmann and Martin Weber

    4. Hormones of the Moss Protonema

    Martin Bopp

    5. Growth Regulating Substances in Mosses

    Satish C. Bhatla and Sadhanda Dhingra-Babbar

    6. Calcium and Cytokinin in Mosses

    M. J. Saunders

    7. Physiology of Moss-Bacterial Association

    Luretta D. Spiess, Barbara B. Lippincott, and James A. Lippincott

    8. Sexual Reproduction in Bryophytes in Relation to Physical Factors of the Environment

    R. E. Longton

    9. In Vitro Studies on Chemical Regulation of Gametangial Formation in Bryophytes

    R. N. Chopra and Sarla

    10. Induction and Controlled Differentiation of Callus in Mosses

    M. K. C. Menon and M. Lal

    11. Growth and Secondary Metabolic Production in Cultured Cells of Liverworts

    Yoshimoto Ohta, Kenji katoh, and Reiji Takeda

    12. Morphoregulatory Role of Hydroxyproline-Containing Proteins in Liverworts

    Dominick V. Basile

    13. Lunularic Acid in growth and Dormancy of Liverworts

    W. W. Schwabe

    14. Biological Active Substances from Bryophytes

    Yoshinori Asakawa

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    Professor R. N. Chopra, Ph.D., F.B.S. has been teaching and supervising research at the Department of Botany, University of Delhi, India for over 33 years.

    Satish C. Bhatla, Ph.D., is on the teaching staff of the Department of Botany at the University of New Delhi, India.