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A Monograph of Leaf Characters in the Genus Abies (Abietoideae, Pinaceae)

Monograph
By: Veit Martin Dörken(Author), Hubertus Nimsch(Author)
166 pages, 94 colour photos
Publisher: Verlag Kessel
A Monograph of Leaf Characters in the Genus Abies (Abietoideae, Pinaceae)
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  • A Monograph of Leaf Characters in the Genus Abies (Abietoideae, Pinaceae) ISBN: 9783945941409 Paperback May 2018 In stock
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This monograph deals with the leaf characters of the genus Abies (Pinaceae) and represents one of the most comprehensive studies, which includes nearly all species worldwide, their subspecies and varieties and also several of the natural and artifcial hybrids as well.

All morpho-anatomical features are presented in detailed diagnostic descriptions and in over 90 full-page colour fgures, including macro- and microscopic details of the entire foliar shoots and single needle leaves, scanning electron microscopic images of the stomata and anatomical sections. In addition to the precise documentation of all leaf characters, morpho-anatomical comparisons are drawn, useful to distinguish between quite similar species.

Thus, this book is of interest for botanists, foresters, horticulturists and everyone who is interested in this fascinating group of conifers.

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Monograph
By: Veit Martin Dörken(Author), Hubertus Nimsch(Author)
166 pages, 94 colour photos
Publisher: Verlag Kessel
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