Herbert Edward Street
|Botany||University of Leicester, Leicester, England, United Kingdom|
Area:Plant Tissue Culture
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Professor Herbert Edward Street, Professor of Botany at the University of Leicester, U.K. died from a heart attack on December 4, 1977 at the age of 64. His sudden death is a great loss to Botanical Science and particularly to the field of Plant Tissue Culture. Professor Street started his career as a pharmacist, but soon switched to plant physiology and held Lectureships in Botany at the Universities of Nottingham and Manchester. In 1954 he was appointed to the Chair of Botany at the University College of Swansea. In that position he played an important role in the expansion of teaching and research in the Biological Sciences. In 1967 he was persuaded to take up a similar role at Leicester when he was appointed Professor of Botany and First Chairman of the newly formed School of Biological Sciences. The present high reputation of biological teaching and research at Leicester is largely due to his efforts.
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|Wang TL, Everett NP, Gould AR, et al. (1981) Studies on the control of the cell cycle in cultured plant cells - III. The effects of cytokinin Protoplasma. 106: 23-35|
|Everett NP, Wang TL, Gould AR, et al. (1981) Studies on the control of the cell cycle in cultured plant cells - II. Effects of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) Protoplasma. 106: 15-22|
|Gould AR, Everett NP, Wang TL, et al. (1981) Studies on the control of the cell cycle in cultured plant cells - I. Effects of nutrient limitation and nutrient starvation Protoplasma. 106: 1-13|
|Maccarthy JJ, Ratcliffe D, Street HE. (1980) The effect of nutrient medium composition on the growth cycle of Catharanthus roseus G. Don cells grown in batch culture Journal of Experimental Botany. 31: 1315-1325|
|Everett NP, Street HE. (1979) Studies on the growth in culture of plant cells: XXIV. Effects of 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid and light on the growth and metabolism of Acer pseudoplatanus L. suspension cultures Journal of Experimental Botany. 30: 409-417|
|Yang SE, Street HE. (1978) Studies on the growth in culture of plant cells: Xxiii isolation of nuclei and histones from cultured cells of acer pseudoplatanus L. Journal of Experimental Botany. 29: 1291-1298|
|Horner M, Street HE. (1978) Problems encountered in the culture of isolated pollen of a burley cultivar of Nicotiana tabacum Journal of Experimental Botany. 29: 217-226|
|Horner M, Street HE. (1978) Pollen dimorphism-origin and significance in pollen plant formation by anther culture Annals of Botany. 42: 763-771|
|O'hara JF, Street HE. (1978) Wheat callus culture: The initiation, growth and organogenesis of callus derived from various explant sources Annals of Botany. 42: 1029-1978|
|Horner M, Mccomb JA, Mocomb AJ, et al. (1977) Ethylene production and plantlet formation by Nicotiana anthers cultured in the presence and absence of charcoal Journal of Experimental Botany. 28: 1365-1372|