Seeds of Central America and Southern Mexico: The Economic Species. Mem (91)

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08/09/2020 02:09:43
This volume adds a much-needed component to the available reference literature for the study of botanical science in Central America by presenting photographs and descriptions of seeds of economic and weedy plants from the region. Wildlife managers, ecologists, zoologists (e.g., mammalogists, ornithologists, herpetologists, and entomologists), agronomists, agricultural inspectors, forensic scientists, archaeologists, and botanists need to be able to identify the species of origin when seeds become disassociated from their parent plant. Included are seeds of 503 species. A glossary is included.