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The Geography of Plants: The Uses of the Principal Cultivated Plants on Which the Prosperity of Nations is Based

 
F.J.F. Meyen (Author)
Synopsis This book traces the history of cultivated plants, containing inquiries concerning the native country, distribution, culture and uses of the principal cultivated plants. Focusing on the geography of plants, it offers elaborate discussion on the conditions of climate which determine the presence and distribution of plants; the conditions by which the soil influences the station and distribution of plants; and the distribution of plants over the surface of the earth, with particular reference to the physiognomy of nature.
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About the author

F.J.F. Meyen

F.J. F. Meyen (1804-1840) was a professor at Berlin and worked on the content of plant cells. In 1830, his textbook on phytotomy was published. He distinguished and described individual types of tissues, like mesencvhyma, parenchyma, prosenchyma and pleurenchyma.

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Title The Geography of Plants: The Uses of the Principal Cultivated Plants on Which the Prosperity of Nations is Based
Author F.J.F. Meyen
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.01.2006
Edition Reprint
Publisher Logos Press
Language: English
isbn 8172680031
length x+422p., Index; 23cm.