Economic Botany: Plants in Our World Beryl Brintnall Simpson

ISBN: 9780070574434

Published: December 1st 1986

Hardcover

640 pages


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Economic Botany: Plants in Our World  by  Beryl Brintnall Simpson

Economic Botany: Plants in Our World by Beryl Brintnall Simpson
December 1st 1986 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 640 pages | ISBN: 9780070574434 | 9.71 Mb

This text provides students with a summary of the interactions between human and plants from early history to present. Enough general botany is provided to orient readers to parts of the plants discussed,and their mechanisms of function. Unlike otherMoreThis text provides students with a summary of the interactions between human and plants from early history to present. Enough general botany is provided to orient readers to parts of the plants discussed,and their mechanisms of function.

Unlike other texts on economic botany,this text discusses molecular methods in the study and alteration of crop plants. Drawings and careful explanations illustrate how molecular methods are being employed to discover relationships between agricultural crops and their wild relatives. Similarly,the steps involved in plant genetic engineering are illustrated and explained. By relating aspects of morphology and evolution to plants that are familiar to students,concepts are easy for students to remember.



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