By: Edgar Anderson
272 pages, B/w illus
Facsimile reprint of the 1967 edition. Edgar Anderson was the Director of the Missouri Botanical Garden in the 1950's. A great popularizer of botany, Anderson understood plants' fundamental relationships to all life on Earth, and his writings still help us to understand them. A New York Times best seller when originally published in 1952, this book traces the development of man's influence on plant life, especially crop plants.
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