Systematic Botany of Flowering Plants: A New Phylogenetic Approach to Angiosperms of the Temperate and Tropical Regions
Science Publishers, 2004 - Nature - 413 pages
This work describes a range of families of flowering plants in a sequence corresponding to current phylogenetic classification, based on recent results of molecular systematics. European and tropical flora are both covered and are integrated in their respective orders.
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Species and Speciation
Floras and vegetations
From Algae to Angiosperms
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