Basic and Applied Aspects of Seed Biology

Basic and Applied Aspects of Seed Biology

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The Fifth International Workshop on Seeds was held at the University of Reading, UK, from 10 to 15 September, 1995. Some 230 seed scientists, from a wide range of disciplines (botanists, biochemists, ecologists, agriculturalists, foresters, and commercial seedsmen), from 31 countries (Europe, the Americas, and Asia) participated in the workshop. A large number of oral and poster presentations was made during the workshop and we are pleased to publish so many of them in these Proceedings. The papers herein are listed by the sessions in which they were presented but, as is often the case, many papers cover a broader range of topics than the session titles imply. For seed physiologists, ecologists, and technologists, this book collates much of the current research on seeds.The gels were photographed using a Polaroid MP4 land camera and a Flowgen transilluminator. The intensity of the ethidium ... Results and Discussion DNA Repair Figure 1 shows the fragmentation. DNA integrity and synthesis in relation toanbsp;...

Title:Basic and Applied Aspects of Seed Biology
Author:Richard Ellis, Michael Black, AListair Murdoch, T.D. Hong
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06


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