Taxonomy of Angiosperms

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 1984 - Angiosperms - 304 pages
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Presents the principles and trends in the taxonomy of angiosperms. This book places stress on the definitions, methodology and concepts of taxonomy. It compares various systems of classifications and explains intricate rules of plant nomenclature. It provides information on important herbaria and botanical gardens of the world.
 

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Contents

Preface vii
1
A REVIEW OF PREDARWINIAN
9
Systems based on formrelationships
16
HIERARCHY OF CATEGORIES IN PLANT
25
CONCEPT OF TAXONOMIC CHARACTERS
36
THE ORIGIN OF ANGIOSPERMS
44
GENERAL EVOLUTIONARY TRENDS
76
Phloem
83
Recent modifications 720
120
A SYNTHETIC DISCIPLINE
126
PLANT NOMENCLATURE
185
PLANT IDENTIFICATION
195
PHYTOGEOGRAPHY
214
Glossary
241
Bibliography
251
Index
277

POSTDARWINIAN SYSTEMS
95
The Ranalian School 703
103

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