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Beginners botany

  

Beginners botany

Beginners botany

This book covers the following topics: Plant Societies, The Plant Body, Seeds and Germination, The Root The Forms of Roots, Function and Structure, The Stem Kinds and Forms, Pruning and General Structure, Leaves: Form, Position, Structure, Anatomy and Function or Work, Fruits.

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