By M.M. Grandtner, Julien Chevrette
Dictionary of South American timber provides a single-source reference for botanists, biologists, ecologists, and climatologists at the many local timber in South the US. The index shall we readers discover a tree in 4 languages, by way of its universal identify, or abbreviation, through taxonomy that incorporates universal makes use of for every a part of the tree.
Using this knowledge, scientists and scholars can determine and classify crops, their progress constitution and surroundings, the makes use of in their items, and substitute thoughts with comparable features.
- Complete assurance of all local South American trees-the basically single-source reference for botanists, biologists, ecologists and climatologists operating during this diversified and altering region
- Includes taxonomy at genera, species, sub-species, and varietal degrees, delivering info from the main uncomplicated point up and permitting readers to spot their matters utilizing various criteria
- Indicates Latin, English, French, and Spanish names in addition to universal names and abbreviations, facilitating actual and effective identification
- Provides progress info, climatology, ecology and makes use of for the tree to supply perception into each one tree in addition to for comparative reasons while looking related tree-based resources
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