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Reinhold Book Corporation, New York - third printing, 1968. hardcover, 9 1/4" 6" (lacks jacket). Previous owner's signature to ffep. Six lines underscored with pencil on page 69. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Green cloth-bound boards with black type to spine & front, photographic title page (electron micrograph of a portion of a meristemic rootcap cell of maize), hundreds of b&w illustrations (drawings, graphs, charts), bibliographies at each chapter, author and subject indexes. Professor Devlin devotes his first eight chapters to the fundamental processes of physiology; then a chapter on translocation of sugars, bridging naturally to three chapters on photosynthetic process and structures; this is followed by an extensive treatment of mineral metabolism, nitrogen metabolism, and hormones, with chapters on photoperiodism, vernalization and dormancy. The treatment throughout is both scholarly and clear.