Biology of plants
Long acclaimed as the definitive introductory botany text for majors, "Biology of Plants" is especially known for its comprehensive coverage andits magnificent art program. The new edition offers a wealth of new information, especially in the areas of taxonomy, genomics, plant hormones, and Arabidopsis research.
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Plants and Man
Introduction to the Cell
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