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Covering more than 275 species and subspecific-entities, The Grasses of Missouri is a research tool for identifying grasses, complete with working keys, descriptions and line drawings.
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"Significant changes have been made in grass classification since the first edition of The Grasses of Missouri was published in 1961, resulting in an increased emphasis on phyletic criteria. Recognizing the recent advances in classification and changes in nomenclature, as well as new additions to the flora, this newly revised edition serves as a compilation of the native and naturalized species and subspecific taxa found in Missouri."--BOOK JACKET. "Covering more than 275 species and subspecific entities, The Grasses of Missouri is an essential research tool for identifying grasses, complete with working keys, descriptions, line drawings, distributions, a glossary, and a bibliography. The professional and lay person alike will benefit from this indispensable manual."--BOOK JACKET.About the Author:
Clair L. Kucera is Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He is the author of The Challenge of Ecology and numerous scientific articles.
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Book Description Univ of Missouri Pr, 1961. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0826205445