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Flora Europaea, published in five volumes over three decades, remains the definitive reference for the identification of ferns, conifers or flowering plants growing wild or widely cultivated in Europe. Now available on PC CD-ROM, the entire text has been faithfully reproduced and uniquely enhanced. Features include: • All five currently published volumes on one single, easy to use CD • Fully interactive identification keys that allow the user to retrace the route taken, or to project forward to possible outcomes, at any point in the identification process • A fully flexible search function based on Boolean logic • A comprehensive glossary providing definitions of terms at the touch of a button • A consolidated index for easy access to any part of the text or to the relevant keyRead more
- Brings together the entire text of the five currently published volumes on one single, easy to use CD
- Presents the identification keys in an interactive format that allows the user to retrace the route taken, or to project forward to possible outcomes, at any point in the identification process
- Provides a fully flexible search function based on Boolean logic
- Includes a comprehensive glossary that yields definitions of terms at the touch of a key and a consolidated index for easy access to any part of the text or to the relevant key
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- Date Published: June 2001
- format: CD-ROM
- isbn: 9780521778114
- dimensions: 143 x 125 x 11 mm
- weight: 0.1kg
- availability: Unavailable - out of print July 2009
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Preface to Flora Europeae on CD-ROM
How to use this CD-ROM
Text of Flora Europaea
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