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eBook Vegetation of Egypt ePub

by A.J. Willis,M.A. Zahran

  • ISBN: 0412315106
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: A.J. Willis,M.A. Zahran
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (November 30, 1992)
  • Pages: 444
  • ePub book: 1323 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1178 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Yet while there are many studies relating to the ecology and biology of Egyptian vegetation, the first issue of Zahran and Willis’ Vegetation of Egypt (1992) represented the first attempt to draw this diverse information together.

This book is an attempt to compile and integrate the information documented by many botanists, both Egyptians and others, about the vegetation of Egypt. The ? rst treatise on the ? ora of Egypt, by Petrus Forsskal, was published in 1775. The early beginning of ecological studies of the vegetation of Egypt extended to the mid-nineteenth century. Two traditions may be recognized. Springer Science & Business Media, 23 нояб.

Zahran(Author), A. J. Willis(Author). This book is an attempt to compile and integrate the information documented by many botanists, both Egyptians and others, about the vegetation of Egypt.

Download books for free . The position of Egypt – at the cross-roads between the Middle East and Africa – has attracted the attention of naturalists and explorers for many centuries. Yet while there are many studies relating to the ecology and biology of Egyptian vegetation, the first issue of Zahran and Willis’ Vegetation of Egypt (1992) represented the first attempt to draw this diverse information together.

The position of Egypt as a cross-road territory between the Middle East and Africa has attracted the attention of naturalists and explorers for many centuries

The position of Egypt as a cross-road territory between the Middle East and Africa has attracted the attention of naturalists and explorers for many centuries. There have been many thousands of published studies relating to aspects of the ecological and botanical patterns of Egyptian vegetation, but this work draws this information together.

Zahran, A. Willis.

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Vegetation of Egypt constitutes an extremely important landmark in studies of vegetation of arid and mediterranean-type regions and as such should become a major reference source for many years to come. It will be of interest to students and professionals in plant science, ecology, biogeography, climatology and economic botany.