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Online ISBN: 9780470015902

DOI: 10.1002/047001590X

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  1. Plant Golgi Apparatus
  2. Plant Growth and Carbon Economy
  3. Plant Growth Factors and Receptors
  4. Plant Gums
  5. Plant Innate Immunity
  6. Plant Interactions with Herbivores
  7. Plant Light Stress
  8. Plant Macro- and Micronutrient Minerals
  9. Plant Microtubules: Their Role in Growth and Development
  10. Plant Mineral Nutrition
  11. Plant Mitochondria
  12. Plant Mutagenesis and Mutant Screening
  13. Plant Nitrogen Nutrition and Transport
  14. Plant Nuclear Genome Composition
  15. Plant Organ Primordia
  16. Plant Pathogen Dispersal
  17. Plant Peptide Signals
  18. Plant Peroxisomes and Glyoxysomes
  19. Plant Physiological Responses to Climate and Environmental Change
  20. Plant Plasma Membrane
  21. Plant Polyphenols
  22. Plant Programmed Cell Death
  23. Plant Quantitative Traits
  24. Plant Reproduction
  25. Plant Resistance to Infection by Viruses
  26. Plant Respiration
  27. Plant Response to Water-deficit Stress
  28. Plant Responses to Elevated CO2
  29. Plant Responses to Wounding
  30. Plant Salt Stress
  31. Plant Secondary Metabolism
  32. Plant Storage Lipids
  33. Plant Storage Products (Carbohydrates, Oils and Proteins)
  34. Plant Stress Physiology
  35. Plant Synteny, Colinearity and Genome Evolution
  36. Plant Tissues
  37. Plant Tracheary Elements
  38. Plant Transformation
  39. Plant Vacuoles
  40. Plant Virus Identification
  41. Plant Virus Movement
  42. Plant Virus Movement and the Impact of RNA Silencing
  43. Plant Virus Satellites
  44. Plant Virus Silencing Suppressors and RNA Silencing in Plants
  45. Plant Virus Transmission by Insects
  46. Plant Viruses as Gene Expression and Silencing Vectors
  47. Plant Viruses with Rod-Shaped Virions
  48. Plant Viruses: Soil-borne
  49. Plant Volatiles
  50. Plant Waxes
  51. Plant–Fungal Interactions in Mycorrhizas
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    Plant–Water Relations
  53. Plasma Cells
  54. Plasma Membranes: Methods for Preparation
  55. Plasmids
  56. Plasminogen Activation System
  57. Plasmodesmata
  58. Plasmodium
  59. Plastid Origin and Evolution
  60. Platelets
  61. Platelets and Their Disorders
  62. Platyhelminthes (Flatworms)
  63. Platypus Genome Provides Unique Insights into Early Mammalian Evolution and Monotreme Biology
  64. Ploidy Variation in Plants
  65. Pneumocystis
  66. Poaceae (Gramineae)
  67. Poales (Grasses)
  68. Pogonophora (Beard Worms)
  69. Polar Auxin Transport
  70. Polarized Light Microscopy
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    Poliovirus
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    Politics in Biology
  73. Pollen: Structure and Development
  74. Pollination by Animals
  75. Polycystic Disease of the Kidney
  76. Polygenic Disorders
  77. Polygenic Inheritance and Genetic Susceptibility Screening
  78. Polyketides
  79. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
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    Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
  81. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR): Design and Optimization of Reactions
  82. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR): Specialised Applications
  83. Polymerase Processivity: Measurement and Mechanisms
  84. The Polymeric Immunoglobulin Receptor
  85. Polymerization Dynamics of Cytoskeletal Filaments
  86. Polymorphism of TNF Genes and Disease Susceptibility
  87. Polymorphisms: Origins and Maintenance
  88. Polyomavirus Infections of Humans
  89. Polyomaviruses
  90. Polyphosphate: From Bugs to Brains
  91. Polyploid Origin of the Human Genome
  92. Polyploidy
  93. Polyploidy and Paralogous Chromosome Regions
  94. Polysaccharides
  95. Polysaccharides: Bacterial and Fungal
  96. Polysaccharides: Energy Storage
  97. Polysaccharides: Plant Noncellulosic
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    Polytene Chromosomes
  99. Population and Family Planning Programmes: Human Needs and Human Numbers
  100. Population Biology of Plant Pathogens
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