Upland Kenya, WIld Flowers and Ferns

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Plants are classified into families, genera and species just as animals are. Species is what we recognize as a kind of plant in nature while the collection of species into a genus and genera into a family used to be a matter of utility. But in the last 15 years genome analysis has revealed he lineage of many genera leading to re arrangements of and within plant families.



Author: Dr. Andrew D.Q. Agnew
ISBN: 9966-761-17-9
Publisher: Nature Kenya
Size (inches):
Pages: 526 pages
Format: Paperback
Colour: Black and White
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013


Andrew Agnew has taught students the fascination of plant ecology and taxonomy in Dundee Baghdad Nairobi and Aberystwyth. He taught botany and ecology at the University of Nairobi from 1963 and 1969 when the first edition of this book was prepared and was president of the east Africa natural history society from 1967 to 1969 now retired Andrew and his wife Janie live in Wales but he has not lost his enthusiasm for field botany.

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