Title: Integrative Plant Anatomy (2000)
Author: William C. Dickison
Plant anatomy is the developmental and comparative study of plant cells and tissues, a botanical discipline with a long tradition. Historically, most courses in plant anatomy and much anatomical research has centered on systematic, phylogenetic, developmental, and functional aspects of plants. Although a number of comprehensive texts and references books emphasizing one or more of these approaches have been published, anatomy has not received its due as a botanical subdiscipline of central importance.
This text addressed the central role of anatomy by consolidating previously scattered information into a single volume. It highlights the important contribution made by studying anatomy to the solutions of a number of present and future problems. It succeeds in integrating diverse areas of botany, as well as the non-biological sciences, the arts, and numerous other fields of human endeavor.
The text is primarily for students of botany or plant biology, or biology majors requiring some familiarity with plant anatomy.
This is a modern classic in structural botany and a good addition to a personal science archives. What you will be downloading is a bookmarked OCR compilation optimized for a 50cm/20in LCD monitor of a chapters folder which was recently uploaded by 'EducatedMF' on TPB.