Biology of Plants - 8th Edition - by Evert, Ray F./ - ISBN 9781429219617
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Biology of Plants
8th Edition
Evert, Ray F./
Publisher: Macmillan Higher Education
ISBN: 9781429219617

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The eighth edition of the highly regarded botany textbook Raven Biology of Plants by Ray F. Evert and Susan E. Eichhorn offers the most significant revision in the book's history. Every topic has been updated with information from the most recent primary literature. The chapters have been carefully reorganized, with extensive updating of the Diversity Section and the Angiosperm Plant Body Section. The text also includes new photos, illustrations and chapter openers, making the text even more accessible and engaging. Biology of Plants presents an emphasis on the interrelationships of growth and development, structure and function, and evolution and ecology. A highlight of the new edition is a set of 8 new ecology essays that showcase ecologically relevant stories to bring the concepts to life. They cover a range of topics, from "Google Earth: A Tool for Discovering and Protecting Biodiversity" to the "Doomsday Seed Vault: Securing Crop Diversity" and "Green Roofs: A Cool Alternative". In addition, a number of supplements will support both you and your students in using Biology of Plants to its full potential.

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Novel genotypes can be created from virtually any organism by recombining the DNA from the donor...Although Darwin was not the first person to propose theories on evolution, his theory differed from...Binomial nomenclature was introduced by Carl Linnaeus who attempted to name and describes all known...Prokaryotes are single celled simplest organisms that lack a nuclear envelope bound nucleus and...Fungi include multicellular eukaryotes that include many characters similar to animals than plants....Some of the ecological importance of algae is as follows: Algae form the prime contributors of...The general characteristics of the bryophytes are as follows: Bryophytes do not have a true vascular...The pivotal steps in the early history of plant evolution contributed to the success of vascular...Seed: The ovule of a plant is developed into a seed that consists of the embryo and its food supply...The flower is a shoot with growth of limited duration or a determinate shoot that bears sporophylls....The major lineages of angiosperms are as follows: Basal grade angiosperms Magnoliids Monocots...At least 11 different independent centers have been identified throughout the world where...In biological pattern formation, polarity serves as a key component. The polarity fixes the...Meristem: Most of the plant development takes place after the process of embryogenesis through the...The principal types of root systems are given as follows: Tap root system Fibrous root system. The...In the shoot apical meristem of the angiosperms, the corpus and the parts of the tunica layers over...The differences between the annuals, biennials, and perennials are given as follows:...The six major groups of plant hormones are given as follows: Auxins Cytokinins Ethylene Gibberellins...A growth response by a plant involving curving or bending in response to a unidirectional stimulus...Every living organism requires essential nutrients for growth and multiplication. The elements...Transpiration is the process that involves loss of water in the form of vapor from the plants...The scientific study of interactions of living things with each other and their relationships with...Biome is the terrestrial ecosystem or a type of large ecological area with animals and plants that...

More Editions of This Book

Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:

Bio Plants 7e
7th Edition
ISBN: 9780716710073
Laboratory Topics in Botany
7th Edition
ISBN: 9780716762058
Laboratory Topics in Botany
8th Edition
ISBN: 9781464118104
6th Edition
ISBN: 9781572590410

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