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Plant Resources of Tropical Africa, Volume 7, Part 2 Timbers 2

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: RHMJ Lemmens(Editor), D Louppe(Editor), AA Oteng-Amoako(Editor)
804 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
Plant Resources of Tropical Africa, Volume 7, Part 2
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  • Plant Resources of Tropical Africa, Volume 7, Part 2 ISBN: 9789290814962 Paperback with CD-ROM Jan 2012 Out of Print #207033
  • Plant Resources of Tropical Africa, Volume 7, Part 2 ISBN: 9789290814955 Paperback without CD-ROM Jan 2012 Out of Print #207032
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Language: English

PROTA 7 deals with the timbers of Tropical Africa. Because the group is very large, it has been subdivided into 2 volumes. In PROTA 7(1) 511 ‘primary use’ timbers, belonging to a selection of 25 botanical families, were described in 280 review articles (2008). This volume, PROTA 7(2), describes 693 ‘primary use’ timbers in 314 review articles. All articles are illustrated with a geographic distribution map and many with a line drawing of the habit.

Can be purchased with or without a CD-ROM, which allows for easy searching through the texts and contains in addition numerous photographs (a.o. on wood anatomy).

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: RHMJ Lemmens(Editor), D Louppe(Editor), AA Oteng-Amoako(Editor)
804 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
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