Recent Advances in the Development and Germination of Seeds

  • Raymond B. Taylorson

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 187)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Philip A. Lessard, Randy D. Allen, François Bernier, Roger N. Beachy
    Pages 7-18
  3. J. D. Smith, Franklin Fong, C. W. Magill, B. Greg Cobb, D. G. Bai
    Pages 57-69
  4. Folkert A. Hoekstra, John H. Crowe, Lois M. Crowe
    Pages 71-88
  5. Patricia Berjak, Jill M. Farrant, N. W. Pammenter
    Pages 89-108
  6. John S. Greenwood
    Pages 109-125
  7. Stanley J. Roux
    Pages 127-138
  8. Robert A. Kennedy, Theodore C. Fox, Leslie D. Dybiec, Mary E. Rumpho
    Pages 151-163
  9. Daniel Côme, Françoise Corbineau
    Pages 165-179
  10. William J. VanDerWoude
    Pages 181-189
  11. Henk W. M. Hilhorst, Cees M. Karssen
    Pages 191-205
  12. Michael P. Timko, Christa S. Florea, James L. Riopel
    Pages 225-240
  13. J. A. De Greef, H. Fredericq, R. Rethy, A. Dedonder, E. De Petter, L. Van Wiemeersch
    Pages 241-260
  14. Cees M. Karssen, Anthony Haigh, Peter Van der Toorn, Rolf Weges
    Pages 269-280
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 289-295

About this book


These Proceedings are a product of the International Workshop on Seeds held in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, at the College of William and Mary, during the week of August 6-11, 1989. Sixty-eight participants attended. The location provided a scenic and historical setting for the excellent work presented. Good facilities and amenities also contributed to the success of the meeting. The Proceedings present the substance of the main lectures given at this meeting. In addition, there were 29 brief paper presentations and 30 poster presentations which have been summarized in abstract form in a separate publication. This meeting represents the third such meeting of a diverse group of scientists interested in the behavior of seeds, both in an agricultural sense and as tools for the advancement of more particular s~bject matter. The first meeting was held in Jerusalem, Israel in 1980 and the second in Wageningen, The Netherlands in 1985. A fourth meeting is being planned. The Editor and Organizer wishes to thank not only the contributors to this volume for their efforts but also all the other participants whose combined efforts made this meeting a great success.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Raymond B. Taylorson
    • 1
  1. 1.United States Department of AgricultureBeltsvilleUSA

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