4 edition of Plant-geography upon a physiological basis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index
|Statement||by Dr. A.F.W. Schimper; the authorized English translation by William R. Fischer|
|Contributions||Fisher, William Rogers, 1846-1910, Groom, Percy, 1865-1931, Balfour, Isaac Bayley, 1853-1922|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 839 p.|
|Number of Pages||839|
|LC Control Number||04001761|
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Other articles where Plant-Geography upon a Physiological Basis is discussed: Andreas Franz Wilhelm Schimper: Pflanzen-Geographie auf physiologischer Grundlage (; Plant-Geography upon a Physiological Basis, ), a climatological and physiological study of the world’s vegetation.
The first section of the book treats factors that affect plant life, the second gives his classification. Title. Plant-geography upon a physiological basis. Schimper, A. (Andreas Franz Wilhelm), Fisher, William Edition: Rev. And Ed. Full text of "Plant-geography upon a physiological basis" See other formats.
Plant-geography upon a physiological basis. Weinheim, J. Cramer; New York, Stechert-Hafner,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A F W Schimper; William Rogers Fisher; Percy Groom; Isaac Bayley Balfour.
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Andreas Franz Wilhelm Schimper (12 May – 9 September ) was a German botanist and phytogeographer who made major contributions in the fields of histology, ecology and plant geography. He travelled to South East Asia and the Caribbean as part of the deep-sea expedition. He coined the terms tropical rainforest and sclerophyll and is commemorated in numerous specific mater: University of Strassburg.
Plantesamfund - Grundtræk af den økologiske Plantegeografi, published in Danish in by Eugen Warming, and in English in as Oecology of Plants: An Introduction to the Study of Plant Communities, by Warming and Martin Vahl, was the first book to be published having the word ecology in its title.
The book has had a lasting impact on the field of ecology, particularly in its German. Buy Plant Geography upon a Physiological Basis Reprint by Schimper, A.
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In the results of his work and that of other botanists were published in Pflanzen-Geographie auf physiologischer Grundlage (; Plant-Geography upon a Physiological Basis, ), a climatological and physiological study of the world’s vegetation. Plant geography upon the basis of functional traits: An example from eastern North American trees.
Article physiological, or phenological characteristics, can be measured at the individual. The extraordinary intellectual achievement of the 19th century German botanist Andreas Schimper was his book Plant‐Geography upon a Physiological Basis (Schimper, ).Through sheer force of imagination and by drawing on numerous written observations from around the world, he described the correspondence between global climate and vegetation by: Download Gutes-bier-selbst-brauen ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, Plant Geography Upon A Physiological Basis.
Author: Andreas Franz Wilhelm Schimper ISBN: HARVARD:HN4X7L AP® Biology Crash Course Book + Online .Thus, this symposium showed clearly how Schimper's ideas have impacted on the development of a new scientific discipline. Based on the ‘oecology of plant distribution’, we have moved towards a ‘functional ecology of terrestrial ecosystems’, by adding new methodologies, interdisciplinary research and innovative research by: 1.