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Elementary Botany

Nature volume 74, pages vvi (11 October 1906) | Download Citation

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(1) NFLUENCED, it may be, by one's early training, it has always seemed most reasonable to begin an elementary course of botany with morphology, working in so soon as convenient the explanation of form and structure in the light of purpose served, an arrangement that is adopted by Prof. Coulter in his text-book.

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