The book is divided into three parts: Flower, Anther, and Ovule. The principal aim of this volume (along with the other 3 volumes in the series) is to summarize the classical and current concepts about flower generative organs, their structure and development, and about seed formation processes. The book contains ample material that can be employed in theoretical generalizations, in analyzing the distribution of features (or their uniqueness) and evolutionary transformations of structures. This offers vast possibilities for revising the existing and developing new classifications and concepts.
Batygina\, T B