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Handbook of Bryophyta

By: Peter George
292 pages, B/w illus
Handbook of Bryophyta
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About this book

Although aimed at graduate students, the text is written in simple language, with self-explanatory diagrams.

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Preface. 1. Introduction to Bryophyta. 2. The plant kingdom. 3. Classification of Bryophyta. 4. Mosses. 5. Liverworts. 6. Anthocerotopsida. 7. Spore dispersal in Bryophyta. 8. Habitats of Bryophyta. 9. Economic importance. 10. Some examples of Bryophyta. 11. Uses of Bryophyta. 12. Bryophyta and seedless plants glossary.

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By: Peter George
292 pages, B/w illus
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