An introduction to the anatomy of seed plants
The embryo. Seedlings. Roots and root systems. Cells and tissues. Buds, and the development of leaves. Leaves of gymnosperms: Mesomorphic and xeromorphic. Mesomorphic and hydromorphic leaves: angiosperms. Leaves of angiosperms: xeromorphic leaves. Gross anatomy of stems. Origin and development of the tissues in stems. Vegetative propagation. Wood. A key for the identification of woods.
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