geobotany


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geobotany

the part of botany related to ecology and the geography of plants.
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Breen (also with the International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks) are with the Alaska Geobotany Center.
Botanists specializing in such areas a embryology, morphology, genetics, geobotany, and ecology offer their interpretation of such complex notions as systems of reproduction and living strategies.
Keywords: Greece, temples, soil, land-use, geobotany, archaeological geology
Rosenfeld I, Beath OA (1964) 'Selenium: geobotany, biochemistry, toxicity and nutrition.
1972, Geobotany and Biogeochemistry in Mineral Exploration: Harper and Row, New York, 290 p.
In terms of geobotany, Rashi's opinion makes sense.
1981 `Prairie fens and bog fens in Ohio: floristic similarities, differences and geographical affinities' in Geobotany II, ed R.
Leuchtmann (Institute of Geobotany, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, CH), and C.