From Seed To Plant

Author: Gail Gibbons
Publisher: Live Oak Media
ISBN: 9781430110804
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Reveals the mystery of how seeds are formed and grow into plants, detailing the life cycles of flowers, trees, fruits, and vegetables.

Terrestrial Orchids

Author: Hanne N. Rasmussen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521451659
Size: 40.77 MB
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This book contains a detailed survey of the biology of terrestrial orchids, from seed dispersal to establishment and life of the adult plant.

From Seed To Plant

Author: Allan Fowler
Publisher: Childrens Press
ISBN: 9780516273075
Size: 20.82 MB
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Describes the development of a seed into a plant by means of pollination, fertilization, and seed dispersal.

Seed To Plant

Author: Kristin Baird Rattini
Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books
ISBN: 1426314701
Size: 73.16 MB
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Introduces a plant's life cycle, explaining how seeds grow into flowers and trees.

From Seed To Bloom

Author: Eileen Powell
Publisher: Garden Way Publishing Company
ISBN:
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A Gardener's Easy Reference Guide to Growing more than 500 Flowers and Herbs from Seed -- It's Simple and Fun When You Know How! Plant by plant, From Seed to Bloom is a one-stop reference -- containing everything you need to know in order to germinate and grow more than 500 genera of flowering plants. Each plant entry includes such essential information as hardiness zones, directions for sowing seeds indoors and out, spacing, and germination time and requirements. From Seed to Bloom also covers: -- When to transplant seedlings outdoors -- Light and soil requirements -- Propagation techniques -- General plant care -- Flowering season -- How to encourage blooms From Seed to Bloom puts all the information gardeners need most into one handbook -- no more searching a variety of books, seed catalogs, and old seed packets for essential instructions. The advantages of germinating seeds yourself are many: Growing from seed is usually less expensive than buying mature plants, especially for mass plantings. Germinating and growing the plants yourself ensures that your plants are as healthy as possible. Also, unusual, exotic, or marginally hardy plants that are often unavailable at nurseries may be obtainable in the form of seed. From Seed to Bloom helps you grow the flowering plants that you see in magazines but can never find.

From Seed To Plant

Author: Amy Tao
Publisher: Cricket Media
ISBN: 164262229X
Size: 58.27 MB
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Inside every seed waits a tiny plant, ready to grow. Watch the process of a pumpkin plant from tiny seed to full-size fruit! You'll also see other plant seeds, which come in many different sizes, shapes, and colors. Some can be as big as your head, but poppy seeds are so little you can hold hundreds in one hand!

Seeds

Author: Michael Fenner
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 9780851999470
Size: 67.11 MB
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This new edition of a successful text, originally published in 1992, has been thoroughly revised and updated to include recent advances. In addition, new chapters have been introduced to ensure comprehensive coverage of all aspects of seed ecology. These include evolutionary ecology of seedsize, the roles of fire and of gaps in regeneration and seedling colonization. Chapters are written by internationally acknowledged experts to give a comprehensive overview of all aspects of seed ecology which will be invaluable to advanced students and researchers in seed science and plantecology.

Seeds 3rd Edition

Author: Robert S Gallagher
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1780641834
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The 3rd edition of Seeds: The Ecology of Regeneration in Plant Communities highlights the many advances in the field of seed ecology and its relationship to plant community dynamics that have taken place in recent years. The new edition also features chapters on seed development and morphology, seed chemical ecology, implications of climate change on regeneration by seed, and the functional role of seed banks in agricultural and natural ecosystems. The book is aimed at advanced level students and researchers in the fields of seed science, seed ecology and plant ecology.

Seed Development And Germination

Author: Jaime Kigel
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824792299
Size: 77.85 MB
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This text is intended for plant physiologists, molecular biologists, biochemists, biotechnologists, geneticists, horticulturalists, agromnomists and botanists, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines. It integrates advances in the diverse and rapidly-expanding field of seed science, from ecological and demographic aspects of seed production, dispersal and germination, to the molecular biology of seed development. The book offers a broad, multidisciplinary approach that covers both theoretical and applied knowledge.