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Plant Science for Pacific Islands
|Title:||Plant Science for Pacific Islands|
|Authors:||Harrington, Michael T.|
|Keywords:||Pacific Ocean Islands|
|Issue Date:||Dec 1991|
|Publisher:||Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project|
|Citation:||Harrington MT. 1991. Plant science for Pacific Islands. Honolulu (HI): ADAP Project. 65 pages. (Agriculture Instructional Materials; ADAP 91-1)|
|Series/Report no.:||Agriculture Course Materials|
|Abstract:||The following set of twenty two lecture notes are intended for use by Pacific Islands students wanting to learn the basic information about how plants grow. Understanding these basics is necessary to make the best use of practices which can increase plant production, give protection from pests, and make wise use of natural resources. A strong emphasis is placed on definitions and identification. This knowledge is critical to students who will soon learn that the fields of science have a language, and languages, all their own. Learning the new vocabulary as well as the structure and function of plant parts are the prerequisite steps toward understanding complex botanical processes, scientific theories and laws.|
|Sponsor:||Funded through the US Department of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service.|
|Appears in Collections:||Plant Health and Disease Publications|
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