Raven biology of plants

By: Evert, Ray F | Eichhorn, Susan ELanguage: English Publication details: New York: W.H.Freeman and Company, 2014Edition: 8th edDescription: xvii ,727pISBN: 9781464113512Subject(s): Biology | Plant biology | Photosynthesis | Global climate change | Ecosystems | Ecology | GenomicsDDC classification: 581 Summary: Biology of Plants has long been the definitive text in introductory botany for biology majors. It is especially known for its impeccable scholarship, extensive coverage of diversity, chemical interactions, evolution and ecology, and magnificent art program. The new edition maintains the book's trademark authority, currency, and expert visuals, while offering a wealth of new information, especially in the areas of taxonomy, genomics, plant hormones, and Arabidopsis research.
List(s) this item appears in: Greenmount - Foundation/B.Sc Sustainable Hort - L4 Applied Horticultural Science | Greenmount Hort L3 - Plant & Soil Science
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Biology of Plants has long been the definitive text in introductory botany for biology majors. It is especially known for its impeccable scholarship, extensive coverage of diversity, chemical interactions, evolution and ecology, and magnificent art program. The new edition maintains the book's trademark authority, currency, and expert visuals, while offering a wealth of new information, especially in the areas of taxonomy, genomics, plant hormones, and Arabidopsis research.

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