Botanical Latin : History, Grammar, Syntax, Terminology and Vocabulary

@inproceedings{Stearn1966BotanicalL,
  title={Botanical Latin : History, Grammar, Syntax, Terminology and Vocabulary},
  author={William Thomas Stearn},
  year={1966}
}
Botanical Latin is accepted by horticulturists and botanists everywhere as the medium for naming new plants, and botanical research is almost impossible without reference to the vast number of first descriptions in Latin-much information is available in no other language. For gardeners, too, a working knowledge of botanical Latin is essential for the accurate identification of plants in the garden. Now available in paperback, the fourth edition of this internationally renowned handbook… 
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