Methods in Comparative Plant Ecology: A laboratory manual is a sister book to the widely acclaimed Comparative Plant Ecology by Grime, Hodgson and Hunt. It contains details on some 90 critical concise diagnostic techniques by over 40 expert contributors. In one volume it provides an authoritative bench-top guide to diagnostic techniques in experimental plant ecology.
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This book is ring bound which allows the volume to lie open on the laboratory bench. And make no mistake, it will lie open on many laboratory benches! Every plant ecology laboratory will want to have at least one copy. - Journal of Ecology
It will be of value not only to the experienced researcher but also to the novice starting a project...extremely useful - New Phytologists
There is much here of interest to teachers of A level and undergraduate biology and environmental science students. - The Biologist
The manual has been well written and edited...very useful to beginning graduate students who are looking for suitable techniques...You do not have to be an adherent of the comparative plant ecology school to find this book a useful addition to your bookshelf... - Ecology
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