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Basic Botany, Physiology, and Environmental Effects on Plant Growth

  

Basic Botany, Physiology, and Environmental Effects on Plant Growth

Basic Botany, Physiology, and Environmental Effects on Plant Growth

This note covers the following topics: Stems, Texture and Growth of Stems, Life Cycles of Plants, Stems as Food, Leaves, Buds, Roots, Flowers, Fruit and Seeds.

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