Monocotyledons: A Morphological Study
Drawing on a vast mine of documents, including letters, wartime journals, and political speeches, Perry brings their fascinating, uncannily parallel stories to life. Joshua Chamberlain, the son of a Maine farmer, first made his name as an academic at Bowdoin College, then as a brilliant military commander, before establishing a remarkably successful career in politics, including several terms as the governor of Maine.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE ROOT II
THE SEEDLING AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE
THE REPRODUCTIVE PHASE
TAXONOMY AND ITS INTERPRETATION
PARALLELISM IN EVOLUTION
Other editions - View all
Allium anatomy Anemarrhena apex apical Araceae Arber Aroid axil axillant leaf axis basal base bract bulb carpels cells circa corm cotyledon Dicotyledons differentiation drawn in fig dropper embryo endodermis endosperm fibres flower foliage foliage-leaf genera genus groups gynaeceum hypocotyl inflorescence instance invaginations inverted bundle lamina leaf leaf-base leaf-limb leaf-sheath leaf-skin ligule Liliaceae Liliiflorae limb of leaf main lateral margin median bundle midrib Monocotyledonous leaves Monocotyledons morphology Orchid ovary parallel parenchyma perianth petiolar petiole phloem phylloclade phyllode piliferous layer plant plates plumular leaf pollinium prophyll protoxylem R.Br radial radicle reduced region rhizome Rimbach roots Rusceae Ruscus Sargant scale-leaves scutellum section of leaf section of limb seed seed-leaf seedling series of transverse shoot shown in fig spadix spathe species stamens stele stem strands structure surface tendrils text-figs thickening tissue transverse section Triglochin tuber upper vascular xylem