Botany

Author: James D. Mauseth
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1284077535
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The Sixth Edition of Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology provides a modern and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of botany while retaining the important focus of natural selection, analysis of botanical phenomena, and diversity.

Botany A Lab Manual

Author: James D. Mauseth
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 9781284157390
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Botany: A Lab Manual, Seventh Edition is mapped to match Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, Seventh Edition but is the perfect companion for any botany course. Packed with hands-on activities, it engages students and broadens their understanding of plant biology. Now in full color and a convenient lay-flat format, it provides detailed examination of plant structure, plant groups, genetics, classification, and more. Featuring additional case studies and image labeling activities, Botany: A Lab Manual is the clear choice for students digging into this exciting science.

Botany Sixth Edition And Botany A Lab Manual

Author: James D. Mauseth
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 9781284118193
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This money-saving bundle includes Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, Sixth Edition Includes Navigate 2 Advantage access AND the unique Botany: A Lab Manual, Sixth Edition.

General Botany

Author: University of the Philippines. College of Agriculture. Dept. of Agricultural Botany
Editor: Rex Bookstore, Inc.
ISBN: 9789712306037
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General Botany Laboratory Manual

Author: Jerry G. Chmielewski
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1481742639
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The laboratory component of General Botany provides you the opportunity to view interrelationships between and among structures, to handle live or preserved material, to become familiar with the many terms we use throughout the course, and to learn how to use a microscope properly. Each of you will have your own microscope every week, no exceptions. This laboratory is fundamental, yet integral to your understanding of General Botany. The images in your manual are intended to serve as a guide while you view permanent or prepared slides. These must be viewed by each of you independently. At no time will questions be answered re where is a particular structure, etc., unless the slide is on the stage of your microscope and in focus. The content of the laboratory is rich, as is the terminology. You must come to lab prepared. You must come to lab knowing what the various terms you are about to deal with mean. There is no such thing as finishing early that simply isn't possible. In some laboratory exercises you will be asked to identify structures of an organism. For example, Examine slide 9 labeled Rhizopus sporangia w.m. and identify the mitosporangia, mitospores, columella, mitosporangiophore, and zygotes. In all likelihood you will only be able to see mitosporangia, mitospores, columella, and mitosporangiophores. If zygotes are absent in your slide you note that the population of hyphae you are examining are only reproducing asexually. These questions are written in this manner to further fortify your understanding of the organisms in question and not to trick you. Thinking about what you are viewing is not an option but a necessity! The phylogeny we have adopted in this course is a composite. No single phylogeny best reflects our collective understanding of all the organisms included in this course so we have created one that reflects modern thought and is based on both morphological and molecular data. None is any more correct or incorrect than is any other, but this is the one that we will use, and the one we deem as most acceptable. Rest assured, much still needs to be learned about the evolution of many of the groups we will study. Regardless, the course does provide you a general overview of the evolutionary biology of these various groups. This is your starting point, it is not the endpoint!

Botany A Lab Manual

Author: Stacy Pfluger
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 9781284041064
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Botany Lab Manual Bio 103

Author: Susan Lamont
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ISBN: 9781600367106
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Fundamentals Of Botany Lab Manual

Author: Thomas Smith, Ph.D.
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ISBN: 9781465266200
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An Overview Of Plant Anatomy And Diversity

Author: Jodie L. Ramsay
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ISBN: 9781465214034
File Size: 67,67 MB
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Lab Manual To Accompany Introduction To Botany

Author: James Schooley
Editor: Delmar Pub
ISBN: 9780827373808
File Size: 78,71 MB
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Horticulturists will find this a handy reference source for information on the botanical facts critical to their field. Highly illustrated to clarify scientific concepts, the book presents such basics as respiration, fermentation, photosynthesis, nutrition, and propagation.

Exercises For The Botany Laboratory

Author: Joel A. Kazmierski
Editor: Morton Publishing Company
ISBN: 1617314161
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Exercises for the Botany Laboratory is an inexpensive, black-and-white lab manual emphasizes plant structure and diversity. The first group of exercises covers morphology and anatomy of seed plants, and the remaining exercises survey the plant kingdom, including fungi and algae. These exercises can be used in conjunction with A Photographic Atlas for the Botany Laboratory, 7e.

Botany A Laboratory Manual

Author: Shirley Ray Sparling
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Botany An Introduction To Plant Biology

Author: James D. Mauseth
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1284157350
File Size: 67,48 MB
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Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, Seventh Edition provides a modern and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of botany while retaining the important focus of natural selection, analysis of botanical phenomena, and diversity.

Exercises For The Botany Laboratory

Author: Joel Kazmierski
Editor: Morton Publishing Company
ISBN: 1617310840
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This inexpensive, black-and-white lab manual emphasizes plant structure and diversity. The first group of exercises covers morphology and anatomy of seed plants, while the remaining exercises survey the plant kingdom (including fungi and algae). The exercises are easy to set up and manage and make extensive use of prepared slides. Features of Exercises for the Botany Laboratory include: The lab exercises are simple and easy to perform and do not require extensive equipment or set up; all the exercises are class-tested and proven; review questions provided at the end of each set of exercises help students monitor their progress ; photographs and diagrams are included in the lab exercises for the students to label.

Laboratory Manual For Stern S Introductory Plant Biology

Author: Shelley Jansky
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780077508784
File Size: 64,11 MB
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Laboratory Manual On Plant Pathology

Author: D.K. Jha
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ISBN: 9788171323340
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This Manual Has Been Written Primarily To Meet The Requirements Of Undergraduate Students Of B.Sc. (Agriculture) In The Fields Of Plant Pathology And Botany And Also For Technicians Who Need To Know The Laboratory Methods Of Plant Pathology. The Manual Includes Practical Exercises Covering All Undergraduate Courses In Plant Pathology, Namely, Introductory Plant Pathology, Crop Diseases And Management, Mushroom Cultivation, Plant Clinic And Seed Pathology. In View Of The New And Uniform Course Curriculum For B.Sc. (Agriculture) Being Followed In The Country, The Manual Will Be Of Great Help To Students Undergoing This Course As Well As In Seed Technology.

Practical Manual Of Angiosperm Taxonomy

Author: S. Sundara Rajan
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ISBN: 9788126106868
File Size: 35,83 MB
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Practical Manual Of Angiosperm Taxonomy Aims To Provide The Students All They Need To Know About The Practical Aspects Such As Morphological Characters, And Systematic Identification. A Number Of Labeled Diagrams Included In The Text Is Meant To Help The Students Comprehension Of The Subject.The Manual Consists Of Eight Chapters With The First Chapter Dealing With All The Basic Requirements In The Botany Laboratory That A Student Should Know. The Working Compound Microscope, The Most Important Tool In The Laboratory Is Explained In Detail In The Introduction, Along With Various Procedures Of Study Such As Section Cutting, Staining, Mounting Etc. Chapter 2 Deals With Classification Of Angiosperms And Chapter 3 Deals With Herbarium Techniques: Chapter 4 Deals With A Glossary Of All Taxonomic Terms. Chapter 5 Deals With Derivation Of Families While Chapter 6 Deals With Method Of Description Of A Flowering Plant. Chapter 7 Gives The Salient Features Of The Families Of The Angiosperms. Chapter 8 Deals Exhaustively With Description Of 174 Species Of Angiosperms In Semi-Technical Terms.With The Increased Awareness Of Importance Of Laboratory Studies, This Practical Manual Should Serve As An Important Aid To Help Students Familiarize Themselves With Laboratory Methods In Botany.

Practical Manual Of Plant Anatomy And Embryology

Author: S. Sundara Rajan
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ISBN: 9788126106684
File Size: 35,41 MB
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Practical Manual Of Angiosperm Taxonomy Aims To Provide The Students All They Need To Know About The Practical Aspects Such As Internal Structure, Systematic Identification And Stages Of Development Of Reproductive Organs Of Angiosperms. A Number Of Labeled Diagrams Included In The Text Is Meant To Help The Students Comprehension Of The Subject.The Manual Consists Of Twelve Chapters With The First Chapter Dealing With All The Basic Requirements In The Botany Laboratory That A Student Should Know. The Working Compound Microscope, The Most Important Tool In The Laboratory Is Explained In Great Detail In TheIntroduction, Along With Various Procedures Of Study Such As Section Cutting, Staining, Mounting Etc.. Chapters 2-7 Deals With Anatomical Structures Of Various Plant Organs While Chapters 8-12 Deal With Different Embryological Stages Of Reproductive Structures.With The Increased Awareness Of Importance Of Laboratory Studies, This Practical Manual Should Serve As An Important Aid To Help Students Familiarize Themselves With Laboratory Methods In Botany.

The Publishers Trade List Annual

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A Photographic Atlas For The Botany Laboratory

Author: Samuel R. Rushforth
Editor: Morton Publishing Company
ISBN: 1617314153
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A Photographic Atlas for the Botany Laboratory provides photographs and drawings of tissues and organisms similar to specimens seen in a botany laboratory. It is designed to accompany any botany (or biology) text or laboratory manual used in the classroom.