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Contemporary plant systematics Contemporary plant systematics
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LCC: QK95 .W66 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 580.1/2 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2009013891
Table Of Contents
The significance of systematics
How plants get their names
How plants are identified
Collecting, handling, and preserving specimens
History and development of classification to the twenty-first century
Plant classification in the twenty-first century
Living ferns and other seedless vascular plants (pteridophytes)
Families of the Pinophyta (gymnosperms)
Terminology of flowering plants (angiosperms)
Families of flowering plants (angiosperms)
"Basal" flowering plants, magnoliids, monocots, and commelinids
Families of flowering plants (angiosperms)
Eudicots I
Families of flowering plants (angiosperms)
Eudicots II. Rosids and eurosids
Families of flowering plants (angiosperms)
Eudicots asterids
Euasterids I, II
The literature of systematics
Contemporary views on the origin of vascular plants
Methods for studying the systematics of plants
Preserving plant biodiversity
The role of botanical gardens in society
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Woodland, Dennis W. Contemporary plant systematics