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Ex Situ Conservation of Ferns Methods and Practice [Chinese]

By: Yan Yuehong(Author), Shi Lei(Author)
294 pages, colour photos
Ex Situ Conservation of Ferns Methods and Practice [Chinese]
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Ex Situ Conservation of Ferns Methods and Practice [Chinese]

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Language: Chinese

This book provides information on breeding and care of endangered ferns, with a focus on the Chinese fern flora.

Summary in Chinese:
《蕨 类植物迁地保护的方法与实践》还针对蕨类植物迁地保护中长期存在的“引而不保”、“保而不育”等问题进行了有益的探索,特别是对众多珍稀濒危蕨类植物如何 繁育提供了案例剖析。相信《蕨类植物迁地保护的方法与实践》的出版,能更好地推动中国蕨类植物的迂地保护和资源开发工作。

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By: Yan Yuehong(Author), Shi Lei(Author)
294 pages, colour photos
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