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British Plant Communities

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant ecology,
  • Vegetation classification,
  • Great Britain,
  • Science,
  • Gardening/Plants,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology,
  • Plant communities--Great Britain,
  • Science / Botany,
  • Science-Life Sciences - Ecology,
  • Plant communities

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsC. D. Pigott (Contributor), D. A. Ratcliffe (Contributor), A. J. C. Malloch (Contributor), H. J. B. Birks (Contributor), M. C. F. Proctor (Contributor), J. S. Rodwell (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages526
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7749917M
    ISBN 100521644763
    ISBN 109780521644761

    Tropical Plant Types is a textbook dealing with bacteria and flowering plants of the tropics. It can be used along with books in tropical biology. The book first examines the simpler plant types known as unicellular or those consisting of a thallus. These organisms are the . PEOPLE KNOWN FOR: botany. View All Categories arts, visual Frederic Edward Clements, American botanist, taxonomist, and ecologist who influenced the early study of plant communities, particularly the process of plant succession. British botanist and plant geneticist known for her contributions to the understanding of trait inheritance.

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British Plant Communities is the first systematic and comprehensive account of the vegetation types of this country. It covers all natural, semi-natural and major British Plant Communities book habitats in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland), representing the fruits of fifteen years of research by leading plant : C.

Pigott, D. Ratcliffe, A. Malloch, H. Birks, M. Proctor. British Plant Communities is the first systematic and comprehensive account of the vegetation types of Britain.

It covers all natural, semi-natural and major artificial habitats in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland), representing the fruits of fifteen years of research by leading plant ecologists.

The series breaks new ground in wedding the rigorous interest in the classification of. British Plant Communities is the first systematic and comprehensive account of the vegetation types of Britain.

It covers all natural, semi-natural and major artificial habitats in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland), representing the fruits of fifteen years of research by leading plant ecologists.

The book breaks new ground in wedding the rigorous interest in the classification of plant. British Plant Communities is the first systematic and comprehensive account of the vegetation types of this country.

It covers all natural, semi-natural and major artificial habitats in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland), representing the fruits of fifteen years of research by leading plant ecologists. The book breaks new ground in Author: John S. Rodwell. British Plant Communities, Volume 1: Woodlands and Scrub, British Plant Communities, Volume 2: Mires and Heaths, British Plant Communities, Volume 3: Gr Author: John S.

Rodwell. British Plant Communities is the first systematic and comprehensive account of the vegetation types of this country. It covers all natural, semi-natural and major artificial habitats in Great Britain (but not Northern Ireland), representing the fruits of fifteen years of research by leading plant ecologists.

About this book. British Plant Communities is the first systematic and comprehensive account of the vegetation types of this country.

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Journal of Biogeography, "The fruit of nearly a quarter century of effort, this series on British plant communities represents an exceptional. Plants and Habitats has the potential to help beginners to a more rounded understanding of our plant life.

It won't be the only book you want to take out, but it could become your starting point, especially it you've been putting those grasses, sedges and rushes off for another day." – Martin Rand, British Wildlife 25(2), pp.

5/5(1). In he revised and updated Arthur Tansley's book 'Britain's Green Mantle'. He was a contributing author to all of the five volumes of the definitive work on British Plant Communities, edited by l (), and also wrote three books in the New Naturalist Series: two on pollination, and one on the vegetation of Britain and Ireland.

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