9781617314117-1617314110-A Photographic Atlas for the Botany Laboratory, 7e

A Photographic Atlas for the Botany Laboratory, 7e

ISBN-13: 9781617314117
ISBN-10: 1617314110
Edition: 7
Author: John L. Crawley, Samuel R. Rushforth, Robert R. Robbins, Kent M. Van De Graaff
Publication date: 2016
Publisher: Morton Publishing Company
Format: Loose Leaf 208 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781617314117
ISBN-10: 1617314110
Edition: 7
Author: John L. Crawley, Samuel R. Rushforth, Robert R. Robbins, Kent M. Van De Graaff
Publication date: 2016
Publisher: Morton Publishing Company
Format: Loose Leaf 208 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors John L. Crawley , Samuel R. Rushforth , Robert R. Robbins , Kent M. Van De Graaff wrote A Photographic Atlas for the Botany Laboratory, 7e comprising 208 pages back in 2016. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1617314110 and 9781617314117. Since then A Photographic Atlas for the Botany Laboratory, 7e textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 18.84 or rent at the marketplace.

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This full-color photographic atlas is designed to accompany any botany text or laboratory manual. It provides a visual reference for students, with clear photographs and drawings of tissues and organisms similar to specimens seen in a botany laboratory. This atlas can be used alone or in conjunction with Exercises for the Botany Laboratory, 2e, which includes figure references to the atlas.

Features include the following: completely labeled, informative figures are depicted clearly and accurately. Students can test their mastery of the material covered in the lab by studying the hundreds of images in the atlas; several dissections are provided to give students a guide on how to proceed in the lab (many photomicrographs and photos of living specimens are also included to enhance student understanding of plant anatomy and classification); the atlas has new life-cycle illustrations, re-scanned and/or re-imaged photos, and new photomicrographs that closely match what students are likely to observe in the laboratory.

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