Campus Units

Genetics, Development and Cell Biology

Document Type

Book Review

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

3-2009

Journal or Book Title

The Quarterly Review of Biology

Volume

84

Issue

1

First Page

110

Last Page

111

Abstract

The beautiful world of microscopic colors, as seen by autofluorescence, is clearly demonstrated by a variety of plant structures that secrete or are internally composed of many kinds of natural substrates excited by ultraviolet to blue light that emit in the visible spectrum. This phenomenon serves as the basis of this book, which portrays an array of plant cellular and subcellular structures and their products as seen through various types of fluorescence microscopes (such as the luminescence microscope, confocal laser scanning microscope, and microspectrofluorometer).

Comments

This review is from The Quarterly Review of Biology -“Fluorescing World of Plant Secreting Cells” by Victoria V. Roshchina, Science Publishers, Enfield (NH), 338 p. 84(1):110-111. 2009. Posted wtih permission.

Copyright Owner

University of Chicago Press

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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