2010

Working with Ferns

Issues and Applications

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-7161-6 (Print) 978-1-4419-7162-3 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxii

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    Pages 1-8

    Introduction

  3. CONTRIBUTION OF FERNS TO UNDERSTANDING OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT

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      Pages 9-9

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      Pages 11-24

      Cellular, Molecular, and Genetic Changes During the Development of Ceratopteris richardii Gametophytes

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      Pages 25-36

      Laboratory-Induced Apogamy and Apospory in Ceratopteris richardii

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      Pages 37-48

      Sexual Reproduction in Ferns

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      Pages 49-65

      Gibberellic Acid and Ethylene Control Male Sex Determination and Development of Anemia phyllitidis Gametophytes

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      Pages 67-94

      The Sporophytes of Seed-Free Vascular Plants – Major Vegetative Developmental Features and Molecular Genetic Pathways

  4. PROPAGATION, CONSERVATION AND CONTROL OF GENETIC VARIABILITY IN FERNS

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      Pages 95-95

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      Pages 97-110

      From Spore to Sporophyte: How to Proceed In Vitro

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      Pages 111-125

      In Vitro Regeneration Systems of Platycerium

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      Pages 127-134

      Stipule Propagation in Five Marattioid Species Native to Taiwan (Marattiaceae; Pteridophyte)

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      Pages 135-147

      Tree Ferns Biotechnology: From Spores to Sporophytes

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      Pages 149-164

      In Vitro Propagation of Rare and Endangered Serpentine Fern Species

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      Pages 165-172

      Conservation of Fern Spores

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      Pages 173-192

      Exploration of Cryo-methods to Preserve Tree and Herbaceous Fern Gametophytes

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      Pages 193-205

      Pteridophyte spores viability

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      Pages 207-220

      Microsatellites: A Powerful Genetic Marker for Fern Research

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      Pages 221-234

      Diversity in Natural Fern Populations: Dominant Markers as Genetic Tools

  5. ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY: ECOTOXICOLOGY AND BIOREMEDIATION IN FERNS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 235-235

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      Pages 237-247

      Mitochondrial Activity of Fern Spores for the Evaluation of Acute Toxicity in Higher Plant Development

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      Pages 249-260

      Chronic Phytotoxicity in Gametophytes: DNA as Biomarker of Growth and Chlorophyll Autofluorescence as Biomarker of Cell Function

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      Pages 261-269

      Arsenic Hyperaccumulator Fern Pteris vittata: Utilities for Arsenic Phytoremediation and Plant Biotechnology

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      Pages 271-281

      Aerobiology of Pteridophyta Spores: Preliminary Results and Applications

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