Plant Anatomy and Physiology
Plant Anatomy and Physiology provides a comprehensive survey of major issues at the forefront of botany. It contains a detailed study of fundamentals of plant anatomy and physiology. This book will be highly informative to students, professionals and researchers in the field of botanical sciences, who want an introduction to current topics in this subjects.
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General Structure of Plants
Anatomy of Stem
Anatomy of Root
Anatomy of Flower
Phototropism in Plants
Researches in Photosynthesis
Basics of Photomorphogenesis
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