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Fundamentals of Plant Science (Texas Science) download ebook

by Rick Parker,Marihelen Glass

Fundamentals of Plant Science (Texas Science) download ebook
ISBN:
1418000817
ISBN13:
978-1418000813
Author:
Rick Parker,Marihelen Glass
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Cengage Learning; 1 edition (September 22, 2008)
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528 pages
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Marihelen Glass has been a Professor of Horticulture at North Carolina A&T University for the past 20 years. Landscape Design Workshops, each year

Marihelen Glass has been a Professor of Horticulture at North Carolina A&T University for the past 20 years. She teaches classes in Plant Materials, Greenhouse Management and Production, Plant Propagation, Turf Management, Nursery Production, and Floral Design. Dr. Glass teaches in the National Council of State Garden Clubs. Landscape Design Workshops, each year. She has taught courses in Plant Propagation and Native Plants for Advanced Master Gardeners. Marihelen has received 10 awards for Excellent Teaching. Series: Texas Science.

Fundamentals of Plant Science helps every student develop an understanding of how plants, impact, grow, reproduce, and function. This understanding promotes informed decision making concerning the role of plants in a functional world. См. также: Академическая литература издательств Америки.

Fundamentals of Plant Science (Texas Science). Parker has authored several Cengage textbooks, including PLANT & SOIL SCIENCE, AQUACULTURE SCIENCE, INTRODUCTION TO PLANT SCIENCE, and INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SCIENCE & FOOD SYSTEMS, among other contributions). He earned his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and a P. in reproductive physiology from Iowa State University, and he completed post-doctoral work at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, and the University of Wyoming, Laramie.

Marihelen Glass, Rick Parker. The organization of topics, the depth and breadth of coverage and the incorporation of applied material throughout the book are all aimed at helping students learn. This approach for both majors and non-majors is more successful than a hierarchical organization: molecules, cells, tissues, organisms and ecology. The number and titles of the chapters in the book reflect its depth and breadth

Parker has authored several Cengage textbooks, including PLANT & SOIL SCIENCE, AQUACULTURE SCIENCE, INTRODUCTION TO PLANT SCIENCE, and INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SCIENCE & FOOD SYSTEMS, among other contributions).

Parker has authored several Cengage textbooks, including PLANT & SOIL SCIENCE, AQUACULTURE SCIENCE, INTRODUCTION TO PLANT SCIENCE, and INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SCIENCE & FOOD SYSTEMS, among other contributions). Hardcover: 480 pages.

Plant & Soil Science Fundamentals and Applications combines the basic knowledge of plant and soil science, in and easy to read and teach format, and provides practical real world application for information learned. Part I Plants and Nature Chapter 1: Why Plant Science? Chapter 2: Plants and Ecology Chapter 3: Biomes Part II Form and Structure Chapter 4: The Basic Design I: Vegetative Morphology and Adaptation. More). Integrated pest management in ornamentals: information guide. Stephen B. Goodwin, Mathias Steiner, +7 authors César Rodríguez.

Plant and Soil Science : Fundamentals and Applications, Hardcover by Parker .

Plant and Soil Science : Fundamentals and Applications, Hardcover by Parker,. He earned his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University, a P. in Reproductive Physiology from Iowa State University, and completed post-doctoral work at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, and the University of Wyoming, Laramie.

Plant & Soil Science: Fundamentals and Applications leads the learner through four major sections, Introduction to Plants, Fundamentals of Soil Science, Fundamentals of Plant Growth and Propagation, and Crops - Applied Plant and Soil Science. Organized into twenty-eight chapters, each chapter features learning objectives, key terms (defined in the glossary), tables, charts, illustrations and color photographs to aid the learning and teaching process.

Fundamentals of Plant Science, Marihelen Glass, Rick Parker, Good Book.

The organization of topics, the depth and breadth of coverage and the incorporation of applied material throughout the book are all aimed at helping students learn. This approach for both majors and non-majors is more successful than a hierarchical organization: molecules, cells, tissues, organisms and ecology. The number and titles of the chapters in the book reflect its depth and breadth. Fundamentals of Plant Science contains 22 chapters ranging from the importance of plants to plants and ecology, to biomes, to reproduction, to energy conversions, to plant, soil and water, to genetics and biotechnology, to traditional crops, to ornamentals, to wood, to fruits and nuts, to pastures and grasses. Fundamentals of Plant Science helps every student develop an understanding of how plants, impact, grow, reproduce, and function. This understanding promotes informed decision making concerning the role of plants in a functional world.