The Cambridge illustrated glossary of botanical terms

@inproceedings{Hickey2000TheCI,
  title={The Cambridge illustrated glossary of botanical terms},
  author={Michael C. Hickey and Clive King},
  year={2000}
}
Foreword Acknowledgements Preface Notes to readers Symbols Prefixes (general) Prefixes (numerical) Suffixes Measurements Taxonomic ranks Part I. The Glossary Part II. The Illustrations: Roots, storage organs and vegetative reproduction Seeds and seedlings Growth and life forms General features of flowering plants Plant features and responses Leaf-like structures and other vegetative features Leaves Hairs and scales Floral features Flower structure Features of certain plant families Fruits… 
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