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Programmed Cell Death in Plants by John Gray

Programmed Cell Death in Plants

Part of the Biological Sciences Series Series


Programmed Cell Death in Plants by John Gray

The recognition of cell death as an active process has changed the way in which biologists view living things. Geneticists re-evaluate long known mutants, research strategies are redesigned, and new model systems are sought. This volume reviews our new understanding of programmed cell death as it applies to plants. The book draws comparisons with programmed cell death in animals and unicellular organisms. The book is directed at researchers and professionals in plant cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, developmental biology and genetics.

About the Author

John Gray

John Gray Ph.D. is recognised internationally as a leading authority on communication and relationships. He is a psychologist, writer, lecturer and bestselling author who has been conducting seminars in major cities for over twenty years. Gray lives in northern California with his wife Bonnie.

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Publication date

1st January 1991


John Gray

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Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC


304 pages


Botany & plant sciences



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