1. 1951-01-01 This book is a text in botany for use by students in pharmacy. 751 pages, illustrations
  2. 1988-01-05 This book provides the fundamentals of plant science. 617 pages, illustrations
  3. 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.
  4. 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
  5. 1950-01-01 A detailed listing of flowering plants and ferns. 1,632 pages, illustrated
  6. 1987-01-01 A portable dictionary of the vascular plants utilizing Kubitzki's "The families and genera of vascular plants" (1990-), Cronquist's An integrated system of classification of flowering plants (1981), and current botanical literature. 858 pages
  7. 1987-01-01 A personal and highly original take on the history of six commercial plants,Seeds of Changeilluminates how sugar, tea, cotton, the potato, and quinine, have shaped our past. In this fascinating account, the impassioned Henry Hobhouse explains the consequences of these plants with attention–...
  8. 1968-01-01 The purpose of this book is to present alphabetically a brief description of economic plants in their broadest sense, with their geographical distribution, their products and principal uses. 591 pages
  9. 1999-01-01 This handy reference will address the ongoing needs of a broad spectrum of users including agricultural commodity traders; farmers searching for potential crops or seeking to eradicate harmful weeds; health or veterinary workers concerned with poisonous plants; government officials regulating...
  10. 2001-01-01 The SIM Forestry study Project began in 1999 to bring together various sources of information about highland Ethiopian trees and shrubs, and to identify trees and shrubs that should be further propagated.