2 edition of The growth-forms of the flora of New York and vicinity found in the catalog.
in Brooklyn, N.Y
Written in English
|Series||Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Contributions -- no. 9., Contributions (Brooklyn Botanic Garden) -- no. 9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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2 Taylor, N. Flora of the vicinity of New York: A contribution to plant geography. Mem. Bot. Garden 5: I I See pp. All the statistics and figures used in this paper may be verified in that book. The nomen-clature of the present paper is essentially that of the Gray's Manual.
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19 Inheritance studies in Pisum, i. Inheritance of cotyledon color, 19 pages* 4 tables. (5) The fifth book deals with the vascular plants which grow near New York.
" Taxonomy and nomenclature," the author states," are considered only as fundamentals upon which the phyto-geographical structure of the book has heen reared." An interesting phytogeographical introduction of.
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The Growth-Forms of the Flora of New York and Vicinity. Norman Taylor. American Journal of Botany, 2 ^ 1. Endemism in the Flora of the Vicinity of New York.
Norman Taylor. The medicinal plants in the area include all growth forms with almost equal proportion which could be attributed to their abundance in humid areas as compared to arid and semi arid regions.
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