978-0-931146-23-7 / 9780931146237

Green Plants: Their Origin and Diversity (Ecology, Phytogeography and Physiology Series Volume 4)


Publisher:Timber Press, Incorporated



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Green Plants is a totally revised edition of the earlier Diversity of Green Plants by P. R. Bell and C. L. F. Woodcock. This new revision documents the latest information about the most exciting advances in the relevant fields of botanical science. The theme of the book is the remarkable diversity of form which has followed from the phenomenon of photosynthesis and the fixation of atmospheric carbon. The author's detailed treatment spans the full scope of the plant kingdom, extending from the simplest unicellular organisms to the complexity represented by the flowering plants. Information on the essential features of plants known only from the fossil record is also included. This complete and compact survey of all green plants will provide a tremendous resource for all students of botany.

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