1. 2011-01-01 The first of two volumes, this book covers major tropical fruits such as avocado, litchi, mango, papaya and pineapple. Early chapters describe the tropics and its soils and deal with key issues such as tree management and postharvest handling, updated and expanded to include best handling...
  2. This unique book is divided into two parts: the first--an ecologically inclusive picture of the interdependency of biblical man and his natural environment, stressing the role of plants in religion, the arts, agriculture, trade and daily life. The second--groups the plants into natural...
  3. The book emphasizes the organization and reproduction of representatives of the plant kingdom and of the Kingdom Moera (bacteria and blue-green algae) and the Kingdom Myceteae (Fungi).
  4. This book includes a descriptive account of plants, mostly indigenous, which are of use to the peoples of Malawi. The majority of the plants are used in some way or other as food. They are listed under their botanical names in alphabetical order.
  5. The purpose of this book is to provide conservation organizations with a concise guide to information on threatened plants. Rather than providing information on each threatened plants, it shows how to find the information.
  6. 1951-01-01 This book is a text in botany for use by students in pharmacy. 751 pages, illustrations
  7. 1988-01-05 This book provides the fundamentals of plant science. 617 pages, illustrations
  8. 1974-01-01 This book includes 460 species of trees- includes each plant family begins with a family description and a key to all of its species. Also included are briefdescribtions of 40 minor species.
  9. 1992-01-01 Despite its title, the book treats all the groups of organisms traditionally considered by university departments of botany: viruses, bacteria, the photosynthetic protists, fungi, and the plants themselves. 791 pages, illustrated, photos
  10. 1950-01-01 A detailed listing of flowering plants and ferns. 1,632 pages, illustrated