The Biology of Weeds - A Symposium of The British Ecological Society, Oxford, 2nd - 4th April 1959

By: Harper, John L.: Editor

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"In the past ten or fifteen years, weeds have started to acquire a new and more respectable role and much active work is now being carried out on the taxonomy, evloution, genetics, physiology and ecology of weeds. This symposium was convened with the intention of bringing together active research workers in these fields from the iniversities, research organizations and industry. Sections include: Introduction; Problems in the Taxonomy and Evolution of Weeds; The Dormancy and Dispersal of Weed Seeds, Population Studies, Interference and Competition; Special Weed Problems; Autoecological Studies on Weed Species. Concerned with the biology of weeds, which has been interpreted to exclude chemical control. Prior owner's name upon front endpaper. Infrequent small pencil tick marks in margin. Small brown tape stains to each endpaper where, presumably, dust jacket was formerly affixed.

Title: The Biology of Weeds - A Symposium of The British Ecological Society, Oxford, 2nd - 4th April 1959

Author Name: Harper, John L.: Editor

Categories: Agriculture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Oxford, UK, Blackwell Scientific Publications: 1960

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 63107225

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