Systematic Botany of Flowering Plants: A New Phytogenetic Approach of the Angiosperms of the Temperate and Tropical Regions

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Science Publishers, Jan 12, 2004 - Science - 428 pages
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The principle objective of this book is to describe a range of families of flowering plants in a sequence corresponding to current phylogenetic classification based on the most recent results of molecular systematics. The selection of families is large and comprises families of temperate European flora as well as tropical flora. They are integrated in their respective orders and keys are given to help the reader recognize them. Each family is richly illustrated, the identifying characters being shown as clearly as possible. A glossary complements the overall didactic qualities of this reference.

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Daniel Jeanmonod was named Lecturer at the University of Geneva in 1986. Murielle Figeat has been scientific librarian at the Conservatoire et Jardin Botanique in Geneva since 1982. Vincent Savolainen has been a plant molecular systematist at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in London since 1999. Rodolphe-Edouard Spichiger was named Associate Professor of Biosystematics, Floristics and Tropical Botany at the University of Geneva in 1988.

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