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eBook Flowering Plants: Lilies to Orchids (The Illustrated Flora of Illinois) ePub

by Robert H. Mohlenbrock

  • ISBN: 0809304082
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Robert H. Mohlenbrock
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (April 1, 1970)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1256 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1950 kb
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The first volume of which entitled Ferns, was published in 1967. A P. graduate of Washington University, he is foremost authority on the flora of Illinois

The first volume of which entitled Ferns, was published in 1967. graduate of Washington University, he is foremost authority on the flora of Illinois.

A continuation of "The Illustrated Flora of Illinois" series, this volume features Illinois flowering plants. This series is designed to provide a working reference for the identification and classification of all the plant forms found in the state. This series is the first of its kind, as no other study of this sort has been undertaken in any other state, and as such, is an unparalleled contribution to its field.

Each of the 141 plants is beautifully illustrated by Paul W. Nelson. Nelson shows the full habitat of the plant and close-ups of various vegetative and reproductive structures that are crucial for the identification of individual species. Each illustration includes detailed drawings of the flowers, fruits, and seeds of the plant covered.

A continuation of The Illustrated Flora of Illinois series, this volume features Illinois flowering plants. In his introduction to this volume, Mr. Mohlenbrock discusses some of the terms and procedures used in the identification and classification of the plants.

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Robert H. Mohlenbrock (born September 26, 1931) is an American botanist and author. He is an authority on the plants of Illinois, with expertise in floristics, plant taxonomy, endangered species, and wetland flora

Robert H. He is an authority on the plants of Illinois, with expertise in floristics, plant taxonomy, endangered species, and wetland flora. Mohlenbrock began his studies of the flora of southern Illinois at an early age. During childhood walks in the woods and along the banks of the Big Muddy River, he recalls mentally noting the diverse flora and fauna around Murphysboro, Illinois

By Robert H. Mohlenbrock. Southern illinois University press, . Box 3697, Carbondale, IL 62902-3697.

By Robert H.

A continuation of "The Illustrated Flora of Illinois" series, this volume features Illinois flowering plants.

New Biological Books. Flowering Plants: Lilies to Orchids. The Illustrated Flora of Illinois. Robert H. Flowering Plants: Flowering Rush to Rushes.

PDF This plant book aims to help identify flowering plants to genus and .

PDF This plant book aims to help identify flowering plants to genus and family level anywhere in the world. The morphology of the investigated species is described and illustrated with high resolution photographs observed with transmitted light microscope. These descriptions and illustrations are presented at species level, and pollen types and identification features are also noted.

A continuation of “The Illustrated Flora of Illinois” series, this volume features Illinois flowering plants. This series is designed to provide a working reference for the identification and classification of all the plant forms found in the state. This series is the first of its kind, as no other study of this sort has been undertaken in any other state, and as such, is an unparalleled contribution to its field.In his introduction to this volume, Mr. Mohlenbrock discusses some of the terms and procedures used in the identification and classification of the plants. He outlines the life histories and morphologies of some of the representative monocots, and also illustrates some of their habits and frequencies in Illinois. Since these volumes are meant to be used by the amateur as well as the professional botanist, the methods and terms used in the text are explained. The directions for the use of the various identification keys are given so that even the novice plant lover will be able to identify the species encountered. For the uninitiated, a glossary is provided which gives definitions for all terms that might be unfamiliar.All necessary aids to identification are included in the text itself. The identification keys make it initially possible to classify the plants according to order, family, genus and finally, species and the identifying characteristics of each descending class are given in detail. The morphology of each species is outlined, along with data on frequency of occurrence, related soil and climate conditions and history of past collections, and history of past collections. An illustration showing the more important features of the species in detail is included with the description, as well as a map indicating its geographical locations in Illinois.This book will be invaluable to students, teachers and professionals; particularly those who are interested in observing the plants in their natural habitat. Those who use it will find it possible to obtain a broad view of changing plant forms as they relate to soil and climate variations throughout the state. And it will provide a delightful diversion for all who enjoy viewing beautiful forms in nature. A walk through the forest will become an opportunity for discovery and appreciation.