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1 Bilderback, David E. Mount St. Helens 1980. Botanical Consequences of the Explosive Eruptions
Berkeley, University of California Press 19871 0520056086 / 9780520056084 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
Viii, 360 pages, illustrations, maps, charts, graphs, tables, cloth, DJ, very good. First edition. Papers presented at a symposium held in June, 1981 during the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and sponsored by the Pacific Section of the Botanical Society of America and the Western Section of the Ecological Society of America. From the dust jacket: "Because of the volcano's nearness to major academic, governmental, and commercial centers of ecological research, it was possible to muster a small army of scientists to study the effects of the eruption. This book contains their initial findings concerning the direct effects of volcanism on vegetation, and the subsequent successional recovery of plant communities and ecosystems. Never before have the consequences of a volcanic eruption been so intensively studied, in such an organized fashion, by so many highly qualified researchers." MOUNT SAINT HELENS WASHINGTON BOTANY ENVIRONMENT NATURE DAVID BILDERBACK VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS PLANT ECOLOGY ; 367 pages 
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2 Clements, Frederic E. and, Clements, Edith S. Rocky Mountain Flowers. Third Edition. An Illustrated Guide for Plant-Lovers and Plant-Users with Twenty-Six Plates in Color and Twenty-One Plates in Black & White.
New York H. W. Wilson Company 1928 Third Edition Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Xxvi, 390 pages, 48 color and black-and-white plates, cloth, very good. From the preface: The present book is an endeavour to present the materials of the Rocky Mountain flora in preliminary form from the standpoint of the experimental ecologist. 
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3 Potter, David A Laboratory Manual for General Botany. Part I.
Milwaukee, WI The Bruce Publishing Company 1927 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
145 pages, cloth, very good. Part I only. The author was Instructor in Botany, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts. From the preface: "The manual has been divided into two parts. The first part deals with the descriptive portion of the exercises, and the second part is composed of 59 plates of drawings." 
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4 Shull, George Harrison Stages in the Development of Sium Cicutaefolium
Washington Carnegie Institution of Washington 1905 First Edition Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket 
Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication No. 30. 28 pages, 5 plates, text illustrations, newly rebound in cloth, very good. From the summary: "The various forms of leaf which occur at different parts of a specimen of Slum cicutaefolium are described and their bearing on the phylogenetic history of the species is considered. " From Encyclopedia Britannica 2007: "George Harrison Shull (1874-1954) U. S. Botanist and geneticist. He acquired his doctorate in 1904 and worked thereafter primarily for the Carnegie Institute at Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y. , and at Princeton University. He developed a method of breeding corn that made the seed capable of thriving under various soil and climatic conditions, as a result of which corn yields per acre were increased 25-50%. Shull developed his first hybrids before 1910, though commercial production did not begin until 1922. He founded the journal Genetics in 1916. ; Ex-Library; 28 pages 
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