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Reviews of Principles of Botany

Book Profile
Author (1): Gordon Uno
Author (2): Richard Storey
Author (3): Randy Moore

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: August 2000
Published by: McGraw-Hill
List price:
ISBN Number: 0071180877

Softcopy edition:
Publish date: January 2001
Published by: McGraw-Hill
List price:
ISBN Number: 0072472898

Categories:

Soft-cover

  Garden Bookworm editor's notes:  
This exciting entry into the Botany market is intended for non-science majors, but can be used to teach Introductory Botany at virtually any level. Key features include a stunning art program and engaging writing style from this well-respected author team.

An introduction to botany, that can be used to teach virtually any level. Topics include: ecology and natural selection of plants; DNA, genes and cell division; flowers, fruits and seeds; respiration; and the diversity and classification of plants.

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