Unabridged republication of original 1933 edition, 185 pages, 11 illustrations. Introduction to botanical nomenclature reveals confusion resulting from misleading popular plant names. Points out advantages of sound, scientific approach. Discusses work of Carl Linnaeus with analysis of Linnaean definitions of genus and species. Covers plant identification and rules of nomenclature. Includes 20 pages of common generic terms with pronunciation guide, and 42 pages of common Latin words and their English botanical applications and meanings. Paperback; 5-3/8 x 8-1/2″.
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