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Japanese Journal of Botany

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Progress in Botany 66

Author : Karl Esser
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With one volume each year, this series keeps scientists and advanced students informed of the latest developments and results in all areas of the plant sciences. The present volume includes reviews on genetics, cell biology, physiology, comparative morphology, systematics, ecology, and vegetation science.

A Sketch of the Botany of South Carolina and Georgia

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Botany for Beginners

Author : Mrs. Lincoln Phelps
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Botany Illustrated

Author : Janice Glimn-Lacy
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This is a discovery book about plants. It is for students In the first section, introduction to plants, there are sev of botany and botanical illustration and everyone inter eral sources for various types of drawings. Hypotheti ested in plants. Here is an opportunity to browse and cal diagrams show cells, organelles, chromosomes, the choose subjects of personal inter. est, to see and learn plant body indicating tissue systems and experiments about plants as they are described. By adding color to with plants, and flower placentation and reproductive the drawings, plant structures become more apparent structures. For example, there is no average or stan and show how they function in life. The color code dard-looking flower; so to clearly show the parts of a clues tell how to color for definition and an illusion of flower (see 27), a diagram shows a stretched out and depth. For more information, the text explains the illus exaggerated version of a pink (Dianthus) flower (see trations. The size of the drawings in relation to the true 87). A basswood (Tifia) flower is the basis for diagrams size of the structures is indicated by X 1 (the same size) of flower types and ovary positions (see 28). Another to X 3000 (enlargement from true size) and X n/n source for drawings is the use of prepared microscope (reduction from true size). slides of actual plant tissues.

A Manual of Botany

Author : John Hutton Balfour
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Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States

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Modern Botany

Author : N. Malaviya
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The present book is a text book on modern topics of Botany. The first chapter of this book is on plasma membrane, wherein, details of transport mechanism is discussed. There are three sections in this book. Section I deals with the biochemistry and metabolism. Section II covers developmental physiology and the Section III is on plant biotechnology. In this section, Ti plasmid, transposable elements and transgenic plants are discussed in details. In this book there are separate chapters on bioinformatics and biosignalling. The text of this book is based on biochemical, physiological and molecular aspects, along with the modern and emerging ideas in Botany.

The Journal of Botany

Author : Sir William Jackson Hooker
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Containing figures and descriptions of such plants as recommend themselves by their novelty, rarity, or history, or by the uses to which they are applied in the arts, in medicine, and in domestic œconomy; together with occasional botanical notices and information.

Conversations on Botany

Author : Sarah Mary Fitton
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The object of the following pages is to enable children and young persons to acquire a knowledge of the vegetable productions of their native country, by introducing to them, in a familiar manner, the principles of the Linnaean System of botany. - preface.