Ginkgo Biloba - A Global Treasure: From Biology to Medicine
Interest in this unique plant has grown dramatically over the last 10 years, and this book provides an overview and recent findings concerning cell biology, biochemistry, development, morphology, phylogeny, paleobotany, as well as possible applications in chemistry and medicine. It also covers environmental aspects and the relationship between G. biloba and humans. Thus it will be of wide interest to botanists, horticulturists and scientists working on this attractive and useful plant, and aims to both stimulate further study and contribute to the development of new fields in Ginkgo research.
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Morphology and Anatomy of Vegetative Organs in Ginkgo biloba
Pollen Morphology of Ginkgo biloba
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