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Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere (Repost)

Posted By: AvaxGenius
Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere (Repost)

Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere by Fritz H. Schweingruber
English | PDF | 2019 | 394 Pages | ISBN : 3030140555 | 98.6 MB

This book presents the microscopic and macroscopic bark structure of more than 180 different tree and shrub species from Europe, Asia and North America. It is the first compendium to demonstrate the anatomical variability in bark since almost 70 years (Holdheide 1951).

Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere (Repost)

Posted By: AvaxGenius
Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere (Repost)

Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere by Fritz H. Schweingruber
English | PDF | 2019 | 394 Pages | ISBN : 3030140555 | 98.6 MB

This book presents the microscopic and macroscopic bark structure of more than 180 different tree and shrub species from Europe, Asia and North America. It is the first compendium to demonstrate the anatomical variability in bark since almost 70 years (Holdheide 1951).

Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere (Repost)

Posted By: AvaxGenius
Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere (Repost)

Bark Anatomy of Trees and Shrubs in the Temperate Northern Hemisphere by Fritz H. Schweingruber
English | PDF | 2019 | 394 Pages | ISBN : 3030140555 | 98.6 MB

This book presents the microscopic and macroscopic bark structure of more than 180 different tree and shrub species from Europe, Asia and North America. It is the first compendium to demonstrate the anatomical variability in bark since almost 70 years (Holdheide 1951).