The elements of botany for beginners and for schools,
by Asa Gray.
|Main Author:||Gray, Asa, 1810-1888.|
New York; American book co. [1901?]
Issued with Gray's Manual of botany [1890?] the two volumes in one, lettered: Gray's lessons and manual of botany. Revised edition.
Not to be confused with the author's earliest publication, Elements of botany, 1836, of which copies are rarely seen.
"... Takes the place of the author's Lessons in botany and vegetable physiology ... and is a kind of new and much revised edition of that ... work."--Pref.
At head of title: Gray's lessons in botany. Revised edition.
viii, -226 p.
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