The cambial derivatives, Volume 4; Volume 9
The present monograph deals with the main features of the development and specialization of the tissues of wood and bark. It attempts to provide a state of the art synthesis of information available on the development of cambial tissues, to conduct future research at the cellular and subcellular level. The book, which has many instructive figures and high-quality photographs, equally caters to the interests of students and professionals in structural, functional and evolutionary botany, forestry and wood science.
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A THE MERISTEM
B THE INNER DERIVATIVES
Ultrastructural factors affecting xylem differentiation with 8 figures J R Barnett
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acid angiosperms Arzee auxin axial parenchyma bark Behnke Berlin Bull callose cambial activity cambial cells cambial initials cambial zone Carlquist Catesson cell wall cellulose companion cells conifers corteza Cronshaw Cucurbita cytoplasm derivatives dicotyledons differentiation Dipterocarpaceae division elongation end walls Esau especies arboreas Venezolanas Estructura anatomica Evert Fahn filaments function fusiform initials growth gymnosperms heartwood heartwood formation Iqbal & Ghouse layer Leguminosae length lignin mature sieve meristem microfibrils morphogenetic wave mother cells Nair P-protein parenchyma pattern perforation plates periclinal periderm phellogen phloem parenchyma Physiol Pinus pit membranes plant plasmalemma plasmodesmata plastids primary wall produced protein radial resin Sabnis sapwood Seasonal secondary phloem secondary wall secondary xylem sieve areas sieve cells sieve elements sieve plates sieve pores sieve tubes sieve-element sieve-tube members species stem structure studies tangential tissue tracheary tracheids trees types ultrastructure vacuoles variation vascular cambium vesicles vessel elements waviness wood anatomy woody Zahur