2 edition of Plants of the Philippines. found in the catalog.
Plants of the Philippines.
University of the Philippines. Science Education Center.
Bibliography: p. -494.
|LC Classifications||QK368 .Q48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 512 p.|
|Number of Pages||512|
|LC Control Number||72191381|
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The photos are good, the printing is superb, and although the text information for some plants leave the reader wanting more--its a good first volume for ornamental plants in the Philippines. Decent reference book for when you encounter a nice plant in /5.
The Philippines boasts of about 3, identified native trees of these, 67 % are endemic, and found only in our archipelago. The book is just the beginning and will be an eye opener to educate our fellow Filipinos, especially the young generation, of the unique and wonderful national treasure we have and the need to cherish them.
The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines [Pardo de Tavera, Trinidad Hermenegildo, Thomas, Jerome B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines/5(5).
The medical knowledge represented in this book is over a century old. The publication of this book is for historical interest only, and is not to be construed as medical advice by Project Gutenberg or its volunteers.
Medicinal plants should not be used without consulting a trained medical professional. Plants of the Philippines | Project Noah.
The Philippines is a series of tropical islands that include mountain ranges and a variety of growing zones. Because of its location, the Philippines gets ample rain and has very high average annual temperatures that vary depending on elevation. Because of this, the Philippines is home to a great number of orchids.
The Philippines is a tropical country with a highly diverse flora, It is home to a lot of endemic species such as the Jade Vine (Strongylodon macrobotrys), Cebu cinnamon (Cinnamomum cebuense), Philippine Teak (Tectona philippinensis) and ground orchids (Paphiopedilum spp.).
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