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Fundamentals of orchid biology


, : Fundamentals of orchid biology. Fundamentals of orchid biology: xii + 691 pp.

This book consists of 15 chapters covering the history, classification and naming, evolution, cytology, physiology, phytochemistry, morphology, anatomy, mycorrhizas, pollination, embryology, reproduction, heredity and breeding, ecology and commercial and ethnobotanical uses of orchids.

Accession: 002388174

DOI: 10.1111/j.1756-1051.1994.tb00587.x

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