By: MJ Ingrouille
352 pages, 100 line illus
In seeking to present the vast topic of plant anatomy and morphology in one relatively brief text, the author relates plant diversity to evolutionary trends in structure, and links differences between plants to their physical and biotic environments. The book adopts a problem-based functional approach which, the publishers claim will `blow away the dust which has settled on the teaching and learning of descriptive botany for far too long.'
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