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All Flesh Is Grass

Plant-Animal Interrelationships

Seckbach, Joseph, Dubinsky, Zvy (Eds.)

2011, XVI, 532 p.

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From the reviews:

“All flesh is grass is a fascinating tome, and should appeal to anyone who has an interest in the broader aspects of botany, particularly the interconnections between plants … and other biota. It is abundantly illustrated throughout, with many colour images. … could be enjoyed by readers at all levels from first undergraduate. … more direct appeal to the teachers of those (under)graduates … . co-operative plant—animal associations tackled in this book provides the book’s real take-home message: species that work together, last longer.” (Nigel Chaffey, Annals of Botany, Vol. 108 (3), September, 2011)

 

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