2009

Handbook of Maize: Its Biology

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ISBN: 978-0-387-79417-4 (Print) 978-0-387-79418-1 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Pages 1-12

    Vegetative Shoot Meristems

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    Pages 13-40

    Development of the Inflorescences

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    Pages 41-55

    The Maize Floral Transition

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    Pages 57-77

    The Maize Male Gametophyte

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    Pages 79-104

    The Maize Megagametophyte

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    Pages 105-119

    Patterning of the Maize Embryo and the Perspective of Evolutionary Developmental Biology

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    Pages 121-143

    Kernel Biology

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    Pages 145-160

    The Maize Root System: Morphology, Anatomy, and Genetics

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    Pages 161-178

    Axial Patterning of the Maize Leaf

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    Pages 179-203

    Cell Biology of Maize Leaf Development

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    Pages 205-227

    Light Signal Transduction Networks in Maize

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    Pages 229-250

    Maize Disease Resistance

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    Pages 251-270

    Virus Resistance

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    Pages 271-289

    Genetics and Biochemistry of Insect Resistance in Maize

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    Pages 291-310

    Chilling Stress in Maize Seedlings

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    Pages 311-344

    Drought Tolerance in Maize

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    Pages 345-365

    Responses to Oxygen Deprivation and Potential for Enhanced Flooding Tolerance in Maize

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    Pages 367-380

    Maize Al Tolerance

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    Pages 381-404

    Maize Under Phosphate Limitation

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    Pages 405-417

    Agronomic Traits and Maize Modifications: Nitrogen Use Efficiency

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