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A Manual of Botany

Nature volume 54, pages 570571 | Download Citation



THE second volume of Prof. Green's “Manual of Botany” concludes a work, the usefulness of which will be recognised by students and teachers alike. The present part is devoted to the treatment of taxonomy and physiology, and opens with an account of the general principles of classification, and of the leading systems which have severally left their mark on the progress of the science.

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