Biology pp 235-253 | Cite as

Reproduction in Plant Life Cycles

  • Julian Sutton
Part of the Macmillan Foundations book series


You should have a clear understanding of the principles of life cycles and cell division (Unit 11) before studying this unit.


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Further reading

  1. Ingrouille, M. Diversity and Evolution of Land Plants (London: Chapman & Hall, 1992). The major plant phyla are covered; life cycles are included.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Proctor, M.C.P., Lack and Yeo, P.F. The Natural History of Pollination (London: Collins, 1992). Written for naturalists as well as biologists, this is probably the best introduction to an exciting but specialized field.Google Scholar
  3. South, G.R. and Whittick, A. Introduction to Phycology (Oxford: Blackwell Science, 1987). A book on the algae, organized according to areas of biology rather than taxonomic groups. Life cycles are included.Google Scholar

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