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The Evolution of Plant Architecture

Edited By: MH Kurmann and AR Hemsley
491 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
The Evolution of Plant Architecture
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Plant architecture is the morphological manifestation of the genetic make-up of a plant at any one stage during its development. Application of accurate architectual models provides a wealth of information about living and extinct plants, especially in regard to growth pattern and development. The Evolution of Plant Architecture brings together contributions from specialists in many different fields, including ecology, palaeobotany, systematics and evolution.

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Edited By: MH Kurmann and AR Hemsley
491 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
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