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King, John

Reaching for the Sun. How Plants work. 2nd ed. 2011. XI, 298 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.

From their ability to use energy from sunlight to make their own food, to combating attacks from diseases and predators, plants have evolved an amazing range of life-sustaining strategies. Written with the non-specialist in mind, the authors natural history explains how plants function, from how they gain energy and nutrition to how they grow, develop and ultimately die. New to this edition is a section devoted to plants and the environment, exploring how problems created by human activities, such as global warming, pollution of land, water and air, and increasing ocean acidity, are impacting on the lives of plants. The book provides a simple, highly readable introduction, with boxes in each chapter offering additional or more advanced material for readers seeking more detail. The author concludes that despite the challenges posed by growing environmental perils, plants will continue to dominate our planet.
Author King, John
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Author King, John
Page image King, John: Reaching for the Sun. How Plants work. 2nd ed. 2011. XI, 298 p. gr8vo. Hardcover. (100176) 77.04
Manufacturer Cambridge University Press The Edinburgh Building Account number 0060026093
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EAN 9780521518048
ISBN 9780521518048
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