Botanical microscopy 1985
Oxford University Press, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 368 pages
Over the past few years, spectacular improvements in microscopy techniques have led to impressive experimental findings in the general area of plant cell biology. In this timely volume, leading international experts provide a state-of-the-art review of plant ultrastructure research, describing the most recent advances in microscopy, and outlining some of the most promising findings that have followed from these technical advances.
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The use of low temperature methods for structural
Stereotransmission electron microscopy of thick sections
Quantitative morphological analysis of botanical
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