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Pollen Grains of Canadian Honey Plants

By: CW Crompton and WA Wojtas
236 pages, 376 light / 148 scanning electron microscope photos
Pollen Grains of Canadian Honey Plants
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  • Pollen Grains of Canadian Honey Plants ISBN: 9780660148182 Paperback Dec 1993 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Full descriptions, identification keys and photomicrographs of the pollen of 188 nectar-producing plants in Canada. Information is also given on the distribution and ecology of Canadian honey plants. A valuable reference for botanists, apiculturalists and palynologists.

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By: CW Crompton and WA Wojtas
236 pages, 376 light / 148 scanning electron microscope photos
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