By: Wendy Applequist
209 pages, Illus, tabs
This work describes morphological characteristics used to identify species of botanicals, specifically those that can be observed with a hand lens or dissecting microscope. The first portion of the work provides a review of basic plant structure, practical advice on identification, and an introduction to botanical nomenclature. The second portion of the work provides information on individual species, organized alphabetically.
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