Contributions of Seed Meristems to Radiobiology View Full Text


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DATE

1972

AUTHORS

B. V. Conger

ABSTRACT

“Dry” or dormant biological systems such as bacterial spores, cysts of brine shrimp and seeds of higher plants have been extensively used as test organisms in radiobiological studies. In particular, experiments conducted with the bacterial spore have contributed much to our knowledge of certain radiobiological concepts (see ref. 39 for a review). Plant seeds have been used in similar studies and although inferior to the bacterial spore in population size which can be studied, the seed has several advantages. It represents a multicellular organism with a complex chromosome structure and in addition to reduced survival (the only kind of damage studied in the spore) other radiobiological end-points such as mutations, chromosome aberrations and growth reduction can be readily measured. More... »

PAGES

251-270

Book

TITLE

The Dynamics of Meristem Cell Populations

ISBN

978-1-4684-3209-1
978-1-4684-3207-7

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4684-3207-7_15

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