The Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants represents the first comprehensive taxonomic treatment of succulents in thirty years. It covers over 9000 taxa of all succulents except Cactaceae. This up-to-date work is ideally suited for anyone interested in these fascinating plants, including hobbyists, plant scientists, horticulturalists and herbarium staff.Members of the iceplant family Aizoaceae are appreciated by farmers for their browsing stock. Hobbyists like to grow the stone plants and tourists enjoy the flowering of annuals. This first complete treatment of the leaf-succulent family Aizoaceae includes an inventory of 136 accepted genera of the 234 described ones and of all species ever placed in the family. Almost 800 colour photographs illustrate mainly rarely shown species.
When George finds out that the science museum is planning a "Green Day" dedicated to recycling and planting trees, he is curious and wants to help out But then George begins to recycle things around town that aren't quite ready for the recycling bin, and he gets into a jam. Thankfully, George isn't the only one who wants to help--the whole community can't wait to lend a hand Features include the following: - A plantable bookmark with wildflower seeds- Twenty kid-friendly tips for a greener world- Printed on chlorine-free and acid-free paper from responsibly managed sources, certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council- Printed with environmentally friendly soy inks
Desert flora have adapted to the extremes of heat and aridity, much like desert animals. The seasonal visitor or year round resident will find Southwestern Desert Plants to be the perfect pocket-sized, folding guide to familiar trees, shrubs, cacti and wildflowers. Richly detailed illustrations highlight over 140 familiar species found in the southwestern desert region. Created and printed in the USA, this guide was updated in 2012 with a new cover design and a back panel map highlighting prominent botanical sanctuaries. Durable and lightweight, it conveniently folds to fit into a pocket when you want to reach for your water bottle, camera or binoculars. This is the one to take on your next Southwestern desert adventure!
Ages 6 to 12 years. This book looks at the growth of a flower from seed to the time it is a mature plant capable of producing new seeds. Delightful illustrations, stunning photographs and easy-to-read text help young readers learn: how seeds are formed and what different types of seeds look like; the various ways flowers are pollinated; the conditions necessary for a seed to germinate and begin to make a new plant; how flowering plants benefit animals, people, and the environment.
Advances in Botanical Research publishes in-depth and up-to-date reviews on a wide range of topics in plant sciences. The series features a wide range of reviews by recognized experts on all aspects of plant genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, physiology and ecology. ThisÃ¿thematic volume features reviews on cutting-edge topics on BIOSYNTHESIS OF VITAMINS IN PLANTS.
Covers cutting-edge topics on BIOSYNTHESIS OF VITAMINS IN PLANTS Each chapter covers biological functions and requirements,Ã¿distribution,Ã¿Biosynthesis and location of the pathway, regulation, turnover and catabolism, Main differences with other autotrophic organisms,Ã¿and engineering the pathway for nutritional enhancement.