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Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
Rost, Thomas L., Barbour, Michael G., Thornton, Robert M.
Metabolism. The Plant Cell. The Structure and Development of the Plant Body, and the Anatomy of Stems. The Structure of Leaves. The Structure of Roots. The Absorption and Transport Systems. Photosynthesis. The Control of Growth and Development. Plant Ecology. Genetics and the Life Cycle. The Flower of the Flowers. Seeds and Fruits. Classification and Evolution. The Fungi. The Algae. Bryophytes. Lower Vascular Plants. Gymnosperms. Angiosperms. Appendix. Index of Genera. Index of Subjects.Rost, Thomas L. is the author of 'Botany: A Brief Introduction to Plant Biology - Thomas L. Rost - Hardcover - 2nd ed' with ISBN 9780471874546 and ISBN 047187454X.
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