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  • Global Seagrass Research Methodsby F.T. Short; R.G. Coles

    Elsevier Science 2001; US$ 315.00

    This thorough and informative volume presents a set of detailed, globally applicable techniques for seagrass research. The book provides methods for all aspects of seagrass science from basic plant collection to statistical approaches and investigations of plant-animal interaction. The emphasis is on methods that are applicable in both developing... more...

  • Progress in Botany 67by Karl Esser; Ulrich Lüttge; Wolfram Beyschlag; Jin Murata

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006; US$ 499.00

    Completing the primary genomic sequence of Arabidopsis thaliana was a major milestone, being the first plant genome and well established as the premiere model species in plant biology. Since working drafts of rice (Oryza sativa L.) genome became available (Yu et al. 2002), it has become the s- ond-best model organism in plants representing monocotyledons.... more...

  • Biology and Chemistry of Jerusalem Artichokeby Stanley J. Kays; Stephen F. Nottingham

    CRC Press 2007; US$ 194.95

    A unique plant on many levels, the distinctive properties of the Jerusalem artichoke, or Helianthus tuberosus L., present novel answers to some of today's most pressing problems. The potential of Jerusalem artichoke as a source for inulin, a fructose polymer that may provide dietary health benefits for obesity, diabetes, and several other health issues... more...

  • Seagrassesby Stephen A. Bortone

    CRC Press 1999; US$ 172.95

    Seagrasses are becoming widely used as in situ indicators of the relative health and condition of subtropical and tropical estuarine ecosystems. To permit meaningful management of our estuaries, there is clearly a need to develop and refine ways of effectively monitoring and assessing seagrasses. Seagrasses: Monitoring, Ecology, Physiology, and Management... more...

  • Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae: Secondary Metabolitesby Eckart Eich

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2008; US$ 439.00

    1. 1 Philosophy and Aims of this Book 1. 1. 1 The Large Solanales Families as a Topic Solanales are from the Mid-Cretaceous (stem node age: 106 my; crown node age: 100 my) (Bremer et al. 2004). Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae are sisters represe- ing the two large families of this order. Their last common ancestor lived about 70 my ago (Durbin et al.... more...

  • Etymological Dictionary of Grassesby Harold T. Clifford; Peter D. Bostock

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2007; Not Available

    As employed here the term grass applies only to species included in the Poaceae, one of the largest families of flowering plants. However, the word is often applied to any herbaceous plant with long, narrow leaves. A similar view was adopted by the Ancients. The Greeks applied the words poa, poe and agrostis to herbaceous plants in general and the... more...

  • Flowering Plants. Eudicotsby Joachim W. Kadereit; Charles Jeffrey

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2007; US$ 349.00

    This volume contains a complete systematic treatment of the flowering plant order Asterales, comprising 12 families with ca. 1,720 genera and about 26,300 species. The order includes Compositae as the largest family of flowering plants. Based on traditional studies, several of the constituent families have long been recognized as being closely interrelated... more...

  • Flowering Plantsby Armen Takhtajan

    Springer Netherlands 2009; US$ 439.00

    This book presents a concise, significantly revised system of plant classification based on recent studies in plant morphology, embryology, phytochemistry, cytology, molecular biology and palynology. more...

  • Grasses of the Intermountain Regionby Laurel K. Anderton; Mary E. Barkworth

    Utah State University Press 2009; US$ 62.95

    Grasses of the Intermountain Region is a modification of the two grass volumes of the Flora of North America (FNA). It is designed for identifying members of the Poaceae in the region between the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains, and is intended for use by botanists working with the grasses in this intermountain region of North America. The reduction... more...

  • Australian Palmsby John Leslie Dowe

    CSIRO Publishing 2010; US$ 126.00

    A comprehensive introduction to the 60 species of palm found in Australia and the culmination of over 20 years of research. more...