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Tree Anatomy

By: Alex L Shigo(Author)
104 pages, colour photos
Tree Anatomy
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  • Tree Anatomy ISBN: 9780943563145 Hardback Jan 1994 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Tree Anatomy is about the parts and structures of the tree system. It is about the beautiful and marvelous ways they are connected. The majesty and beauty of trees are shown from the inside, with close-up views taken under the microscope at low power, 8 to 64 X. Tree Anatomy is a beautiful, durable, and useful book for all people who care for trees and care about trees. The large color photos and brief captions make it easy to read and understand. A perfect complement to biology and tree anatomy classes.

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By: Alex L Shigo(Author)
104 pages, colour photos
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