6 edition of A dictionary of plants used by man found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by George Usher].|
|LC Classifications||SB107 .U83 1974b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||619 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||619|
|LC Control Number||74002707|
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George Usher. Hafner Press, - Science- pages. 0Reviews. O entries according to genus. Each. Book: A dictionary of plants used by man. pppp. which are grown for commercial purposes all over the world, with a full system of cross references which also covers their scientific names as well as giving a brief account of their economic uses.
Buy Dictionary of Plants Used by Man by Usher, George (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Almost years ago, the Swedish botanist Carl von Linné published Species Plantarum and binomial nomenclature was born. This systematic approach to naming plants (and animals) is still the universally-recognized system used today.
This dictionary contains o terms. Mabberley's Plant-Book is internationally accepted as an essential reference for anyone studying, growing or writing about plants. This new editon is fully updated, with over new entries, ensuring that it continues to rank among the Reviews: Get this from a library.
A dictionary of plants used by man. [George Usher] -- O entries according to genus. Each entry includes scientific name, vernacular name, country of origin, and uses.
No botanical descriptions. Many cross references. A dictionary of popular names of the plants which furnish the natural and acquired wants of man, in all matters of domestic and general economy. Their history, products, & uses by Smith, John, ; Smith, John, Dictionary of economic plants.
This is the most comprehensive and up-to-date paperback dictionary of botany available. It contains over 5, clear and concise entries on all aspects of botany, including biochemistry, plant. AchimenesFine plants, suitable for the greenhouse, sitting-room, or hanging baskets.
Plant six tubers in a 5-in. pot, with their growing ends inclining to the centre and the roots to the edge of the pot, and cover them an inch deep with a compost of peat, loam, and leaf-mould, or a light, sandy soil. Keep them well supplied with liquid manure. Gardener's Dictionary: Breaking the garden language code.
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Literary, or "book" names, have also been included in this dictionary, as being a very important part of the whole. Many of them provide links in the transmission of words through the ages. Thor's Beard, for example, is a book name for "houseleek", and has never been used in the dialect.
Lytton John Musselman is the author of A Dictionary of Bible Plants (). He is Mary Payne Hogan Professor of Botany in the Department of Biological Sciences at Old Dominion University and a longtime student of plants of the Bible and Quran.
International Union for Conservation of Nature - IUCN. The plant-book: a portable dictionary of the higher plants utilising Cronquist's An integrated system of classification of flowering plants () and current botanical literature, arranged largely on the principles of editions (/) of Willis's A dictionary of.
This page lists plants referenced in The Bible, ordered alphabetically by English common/colloquial plants whose identities are unconfirmed or debated the most probable species is listed.
Plants named in the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible or Tenakh) are given with their Hebrew name, while those mentioned in the New Testament are given with their Greek names. Human uses of plants include both practical uses, such as for food, clothing, and medicine, and symbolic uses, such as in art, mythology and reliable provision of food through agriculture is the basis of study of plant uses by native peoples is ethnobotany, while economic botany focuses on modern cultivated plants.
Plants are used in medicine, providing many.Drawing on the information contained in the acclaimed Oxford Dictionary of Natural History, the text has been fully revised to give wide coverage on topics including biochemistry, plant physiology, cytology, ecology, genetics, evolution, bio-geography, earth history, and the earth sciences.It sets out to fill the gap formerly filled by the early editions of Willis's Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns, and is based largely along the lines of that work, although with more references and common nam This comprehensive portable dictionary describes flowering plants--conifers and their allies, and ferns and their allies--with their common names and uses/5(1).