Published May 1991
by Marcel Dekker Inc .
Written in English
|Contributions||Amram Eshel (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||944|
This is especially true with the advancements brought on by the sequencing of whole genomes of model organisms and the development of "omics" techniques. This fourth edition of Plant Roots: The Hidden Half reflects these developments that have transformed not only the field of biology, but also the many facets of root science. The third edition of a standard resource, this book offers a state-of-the-art, multi-disciplinary presentation of plant roots. It examines structure and development, assemblage of root systems, metabolism and growth, stressful environments, and interactions at the rhizosphere. Reflecting the explosion of advances and emerging technologies in the field, the book . "With this book, we finally have an introductory book on plant roots that can be read, cover-to-cover, by undergraduate and/or graduate students and researchers " "This book builds chapter by chapter, leading the reader to a thorough understanding of the impact of roots on the environment and the environment on roots with its many attendant Format: Hardcover. About this book. Great progress has been made in the plant sciences since the last edition of Plant Roots: The Hidden Half was published. Advancements brought about by the sequencing of whole genomes of model organisms and the development of 'omics' techniques – genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics – has affected root research as much as all other fields of biology.
Plant Roots, The Hidden Half, 3rd Edition. Most of the chapters that cover mation in the book to acquire a concept of the state of the. this is a book that any stakeholder in plant genetic. A plant’s root system can be either fibrous or have a distinct tap root. Many dicot plants have a main root known as the tap root which has many lateral roots growing from it. By having a thick tap root that grows deep into the soil, the plant gains extra anchorage to the ground. Some plants species have extra thick tap roots such as carrots. A mandrake is the root of a plant, historically derived either from plants of the genus Mandragora found in the Mediterranean region, or from other species, such as Bryonia alba, the English mandrake, which have similar plants from which the root is obtained are also called "mandrakes". Mediterranean mandrakes are perennial herbaceous plants with ovate . Book Description. The Role of Plant Roots in Crop Production presents the state of knowledge on environmental factors in root growth and development and their effect on the improvement of the yield of annual crops. This book addresses the role of roots in crop production and includes references to numerous annual crops.
Algae Algae is a plant that has no leaves, roots, stems or flowers and reproduce using spores. They grow very flat in wet places like, rivers or lakes. The book is intended to serve both students and researchers as a valuable source of updated information, ideas, and concepts dealing with the most fundamental questions of development and function of plant roots. When they then removed the plant and placed a new one its growth solution they found that the new plant also diverted its resources to growing more leaves and fewer : Hannah Devlin. These roots grow from the same cells as the plant stem and are generally finer than tap roots and form a dense mat beneath the plant. Grass is a typical example of a fibrous system. The fibrous roots in plants like sweet potatoes are good examples of the types of roots in plants that are used for carbohydrate storage.