- Code: OP42
- Author(s): Bebbington & Bebbington
- Date: 1997
- Price : £3.30
Need to use a flora to identify flowers, but a bit rusty on the terms?
The FSC Describing Flowers guide describes and illustrates the main characters used in identification. These include:
- Overview of flowers: whorl, calyx, sepals, petals, stamens, carpels
- Flower symmetry: actinomorphic and zygomorphic
- Perianth: anther, filament; shape and arrangement
- Carpel: stigma, style, ovary, ovule; inferior and superior ovaries
- Leaf: venation, arrangement, position, margins, bases, shape, stipules; simple and compund leaves
Text on the reverse side includes a checklist of the main characters you can record in the field. We've also included a guide to writing a floral formula, and to describing fruits (berry, drupe, achene, nut, capsule, etc), plant form (herb, shrub, tree), organs of vegetative reproduction (stolon, rhizome, etc) and inflorescence (spike, panicle, rhizome, etc).
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