|Statement||by P. F. Wareing and I. D. J. Phillips.|
|Series||Commonwealth and International Library. Botany Division|
|Contributions||Phillips, I. D. J. 1933-|
Control of Growth and Differentiation in Plants (Pergamon international library) Wareing, P.F. & Phillips, I.D.J. Published by Pergamon Press (). Control of growth and differentiation in plants. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P F Wareing; I . Plant development is the result of meristem production (organogenesis) that creates new organs such as leaves, internodes, fruits, rings inside branches, or roots. Although the structures of inflorescence show regular patterns (Figure 1), which have been described already long ago, the development of shrubs and trees looks more complicated and was not carefully studied before . Growth and Differentiation in Plants Pergamon international library of science, technology, engineering, and social studies Pergamon international library of science, technology,engineering and social studies. International series in Natural Philosophy / D. Ter Haar Pergamon international library: Authors: P. F. Wareing, Irving David James.
Previously published as: The control of growth and differentiation in plants Includes bibliographies and index. Book Description Molecular Cell Biology of the Growth and Differentiation of Plant Cells encompasses cell division, cell enlargement and differentiation; which is the cellular basis of plant growth and development. Buy The Control of Growth & Differentiation in Plants. Unknown. by P.F. Wareing (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : P.F. Wareing. PHYTOHORMONES. GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION (a) Deregulated synthesis of plant growth factors leads to dedaerentiation and tumorous growth Many bacteria and fungi living in association with plants synthesize, modify, catabolise and excrete similar compounds that are ultimately recognized as growth factors by plants.
The developmental process is considered as the sum total of growth and differentiation. This process in plants is controlled by various factors which might be intrinsic, such as the genetic factors and chemical factors or extrinsic including the light, temperature, nutrients, water, oxygen. Development is considered as the sum of growth and differentiation. Development in plants is under the control of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. The intense factors includes both intracellular or intercellular factors and the exoteric factors includes light, . Secondary growth is characterized by an increase in thickness or girth of the plant, and is caused by cell division in the lateral meristem. Figure 4 shows the areas of primary and secondary growth in a plant. Herbaceous plants mostly undergo primary growth, with hardly any secondary growth or increase in thickness. Define growth, differentiation, development, dedifferentiation, redifferentiation, determinate growth, meristem and growth rate. Answer • Growth is an irreversible permanent increase in size of an organ or its parts or even of an individual cell.