Botanical Latin: History, Grammar, Syntax, Terminology, and by William T. Stearn

By William T. Stearn

First released in 1966, it is a consultant to points of Latin utilization within the botanical box and is a resource of data for gardeners, botanists, clinical historians, systematic etymologists and classical students. Now in its fourth variation, it summarizes the grammar and syntax and covers the roots and origins of Latin and latinized geographical names, color phrases, symbols and abbreviations, diagnoses and outlines, the formation of names and epithets, and extra.

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