The Plant Kingdom: A Guide to Plant Classification and Biodiversity
Starting with kingdoms and working through further subdivisions, these titles introduce readers to the standards by which scientists all over the world classify living things. This two-book series serves as a beginner's guide to the classification system and stresses that although new species are still being discovered, many known species are in danger of extinction.
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