The Gramineae - a study of cereal, bamboo, and grass

By: Arber, Agnes

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Book Condition: Good

Colour frontispiece, many text illustrations, large octavo, pp xviii, 480, slightly used internally, endpapers slightly worn, traces of a label removed from the fromt endpaper, the verso of the frontispiece is foxed, fore-edge very slightly foxed, green cloth slightly worn and faded, the spine is very faded and with one stain. [After the publication of The Monocotyledons Arber continued her research into this group, concentrating her research into the Gramineae family of plants. This led to the publication of this, her final book concerning plant morphology. In this book Arber described the life cycles, embryology and reproductive and vegetative cycles of cereals, grasses and bamboo using comparative anatomical analysis of these plants. Recognising the importance of these plants to the development of human societies, Arber begins this study with the history of these plants in relation to humans, with "the more strictly botanical aspect is treated as developing out of the humansistic".]

Title: The Gramineae - a study of cereal, bamboo, and grass

Author Name: Arber, Agnes

Categories: Botany, Economic Botany, Grasses,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Cambridge at the University Press: 1934

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 014802