Botany for Beginners
by Ernest Evans
Publisher: Macmillan 1899
Number of pages: 318
This book has been prepared as a guide and companion to beginners in the practical study of plants. The method is to examine the plants from as many points of view as possible, and to draw conclusions from actual observations.
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