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Ressources Végétales de l'Afrique Tropicale, Volume 7, Pars 2 Bois d'œuvre 2

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: RHMJ Lemmens(Editor), D Louppe(Editor), AA Oteng-Amoako(Editor), Michel Chauvet(Translated by), JS Siemonsma(Translated by)
891 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
Ressources Végétales de l'Afrique Tropicale, Volume 7, Pars 2
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  • Ressources Végétales de l'Afrique Tropicale, Volume 7, Pars 2 ISBN: 9789290814986 Paperback with CD-ROM Jan 2012 Out of Print #207035
  • Ressources Végétales de l'Afrique Tropicale, Volume 7, Pars 2 ISBN: 9789290814979 Paperback without CD-ROM Jan 2012 Out of Print #207034
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Language: French

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).

Summary in French:
PROTA 7 porte sur les arbres à bois d’œuvre de l’Afrique tropicale. Du fait du grand nombre d’espèces dans ce groupe d’usage, il a été divisé en deux volumes. Le volume 7(1) a décrit 511 espèces dont l’usage primaire est le bois d’œuvre, appartenant à une sélection de 25 familles botaniques, au sein de 280 articles de synthèse (2008). Ce volume, PROTA 7(2), décrit 693 espèces dont l’usage primaire est le bois d’œuvre, au sein de 314 articles de synthèse. Tous les articles sont illustrés avec une carte de répartition géographique et une grande partie avec un dessin au trait.


 

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: RHMJ Lemmens(Editor), D Louppe(Editor), AA Oteng-Amoako(Editor), Michel Chauvet(Translated by), JS Siemonsma(Translated by)
891 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
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