The concepts on which a morphology of the vascular plants should be based

@inproceedings{Bremekamp1956TheCO,
  title={The concepts on which a morphology of the vascular plants should be based},
  author={C.E.B. Bremekamp},
  year={1956}
}
  • C.E.B. Bremekamp
  • Published 1956
  • Biology
  • It can hardly be denied that the expression “General Plant Morphology”, which is so often met with in botanical textbooks, has little or no meaning. A general morphology of the Plant Kingdom would have to occupy itself with those morphological features that are common to all groups of plants, which means that it would have to confine itself to the common features of the cell structure and eventually to such peculiarities as are independent of the uni- or pluricellular structure of the plant… CONTINUE READING
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