How Plants Work: Form, diversity survival, edited by Stephen Blackmore

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07 December 2018

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The frankincense tree (Boswellia sacra) is discussed together with myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) in Jarmila Pittermann’s chapter on stems in How Plants Work: Form, diversity survival, whose consultant editor is Stephen Blackmore (Ivy Press, £30; 978-1-78240-697-6). Other contributors to this lavishly illustrated large-format hardback are Andrew Drinnan, Taryn Bauerle, Timothy Walker, and Frederick B. Essig, with a foreword by Peter Crane

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