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Plant Ecology J. Discover the major ecological roles and dynamics of plants and their place in the environment. Phil Gibson, Terri R.
Ships with Tracking Number! Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Plants are the foundation of ecosystems. They convert energy from sunlight into carbohydrates, direct the cycling of nutrients, shape the hydrologic cycle, and influence weather.
Many other ecologically important phenomena are the result of the interactions between plants, animals, fungi, and bacteria, and these natural processes reveal an amazing array of traits and strategies that have allowed plants to survive through the years. Plant Ecology explores these major ecological roles and dynamics of plants and their place in the environment. This reference is a vital tool for students and teachers of plant biology.
The Green World explores the most interesting aspects of plant biology, with a focus on the interrelationships between plants and humans, as well as a basic introduction to plant anatomy and physiology. From agriculture to medicine to landscaping and floral arrangements, plants are an important part of everyday life all over the world. Help Centre.