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Systematik der Blütenpflanzen

By: Theodor CH Cole and Harmut H Hilger
Manufacturer: De Gruyter
Systematik der Blütenpflanzen
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Language: German

This poster presents the evolutionary relationships among flowering plants in a clear, concise, and didactically useful manner - modern angiosperm systematics based on molecular genetics and morphological characteristics. The ideal tool for studying and teaching. The tree gives a unique overview of the relationships among orders and families and lists the most important characteristics of the major groups of plants.

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By: Theodor CH Cole and Harmut H Hilger
Manufacturer: De Gruyter
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