An introduction to plant cell development by jeremy burgess cambridge university press 1985 gbp2750 hbk gbp995 pbk viii 264 pages isbn 0 521 31611 1. An introduction to plant structure and development plant anatomy for the twenty first century second edition this is a plant anatomy textbook unlike any other on the market today. Plant development introduction concept of growth and differentiation in plants besides vegetative propagation production of a zygote to produce a zygote is two events separated in space and time the zygote in an embryo sac divides and redivides to produce a mass of cells. The plant cell subsections a introduction all plants are made up of one or more units called cells the cell also bring structural and functional stability to plants plants are of two types unicellular plantsmany plants consist of single cell eg chlamydomonasfig 1 singlecelled chlamydomonas anacystis chroococcus synechococcus . Chapter 24 an introduction to plant development study both plants and animals produce gametes via meiosis followed by mitosis of haploid cells d both plant and animal development depend on precise control of gene expression in time and in space a animals typically produce gametes by meiosis plants produce gametes by mitosis
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