Anatomy of the Dicotyledons: Systematic anatomy of leaf and stem, with a brief history of the subject
This revised edition of Volume II of the Anatomy of the Dicotyledons completes the general introduction to plant anatomy provided by this established botanical reference work. In addition to a comprehensive discussion of wood structure and other topics (see table of contents), Volume II
includes a revised version of Takhtajan's taxonomic system for the Dicotyledons, which will be used as the basis for family descriptions in future volumes.
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History of Systematic Anatomy
Purposes of Systematic Anatomy by C R Metcalfe
A Revised Gassification of the Architecture of Dicotyledonous
Trichome Description and Classification
Some Basic Types of Cells and Tissues by C R Melcalfe
General Topography and Ontogeny of the Tissues
The Stemnodeleaf Continuum of the Dicotyledoneae
The Petiole by Richard A Howard
The Plant Surface Mainly Leaf by Hazel P Wilkinson
The Stem by C R Metcalfe
Phloem by Katherine Esau
Lists of Families in which Certain Diagnostic Characters Occur
Plates follow p 276
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Anatomy of the Dicotyledons: Volume I: Systematic Anatomy of Leaf and Stem ...
C. R. Metcalfe,L. Chalk
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