Plants and Plant Science in Latin America

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LIST of ILLUSTRATIONS in the TEXT
A LA MEMORIA DE VON MARTIUSxi
BOTANICAL EXPLORATION OF THE PANAMASxx
FARM SCENES IN BRAZIL, 1. ALONG THE ITAJAHY RIVERxxiii
FARM SCENES IN BRAZIL, 2. A FAZENDA IN THE RIO NEGRO COUNTRYxxix
FARM SCENES IN BRAZIL,3. A VIEW OF BLUMENAU, IN SOUTHERN BRAZILxxxvi
A GENERALIZED PHYTOGEOGRAPHIC MAP OF LATIN AMERICA 12/13 PANAMA: AGRICULTURAL REGIONS67
CUBA: VEGETATION69
JAMAICA: LAND USE75
HISPANIOLA: FOREST TYPES77
HISPANIOLA: LAND USE79
PUERTO Rico: FOREST TYPES81
PUERTO RICO AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS: LAND USE84
LESSER ANTILLES: SURFACE CONFIGURATION85
LA MARTINIQUE: ESQUISSE D'UNE CARTE BOTANTQUE89
ST. VINCENT: LAND USE97
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO101
BRASIL: REGIÃO AGRÍCOLA109
THE AMAZON AND GUIANA COAST: SURFACE CONFIGURATION110
THE AMAZON AND GUIANA COAST: LAND USE111
BRAZIL: FOREST ZONES113
PARAGUAY: REGIONES FLORÍSTICAS123
ARGENTINA: REGIONES FITOGEOGRÍFICAS129
SOUTHERN MIDDLE CHILE: LAND USE147
GEOLOGICAL MAP OF CENTRAL AMERICA155
SOUTH AMERICA: JANUARY MEAN ACTUAL TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION157
SOUTH AMERICA: Idem FOR JULY157
SOUTH AMERICA: MEAN ANNUAL PRECIPITATION158
SOUTH AMERICA: MEAN JANUARY PRECIPITATION159
SOUTH AMERICA: MEAN JULY PRECIPITATION160
SOUTH AMERICA: SEASONAL DISTRIBUTION OF RAINFALL161
PRINCIPAL COMMERCIAL TIMBERS IN SOUTH AMERICA175
GENERALIZED FOREST MAP OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA175
OUTLINE MAP OF LOCALITIES OF FOSSIL PLANTS182
DIAGRAM OF COÖPERATIVE INTER-AMERICAN HEVEA IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM189
SCHEME FOR AN "ISOLATED" HEVEA BREEDING GARDEN191
MEXICO: FOREST ZONES267
BRITISH HONDURAS: VEGETATION272
GUATEMALA: VEGETATION277
GUATEMALA: AGRICULTURAL REGIONS279
PANAMA: FLORISTIC REGIONS285
HORTUS CASTENSIS: FACSIMILE OF THE TITLE PAGE288
THE GUIANAS: VEGETATION295
BRAZIL: THE STATES AND PRINCIPAL VEGETATION TYPES299
ECUADOR: VEGETATION305
PERU: PLANT FORMATIONS309
GEOLOGICAL MAP OF SOUTH AMERICA319
THE SOILS OF SOUTH AMERICA323
PAN AMERICAN NATIONAL PARKS330

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  • Title Page v
  • Foreword vii
  • Summar of Contents ix
  • Introductory Essay - The Plant Scientist in the World's Turmoils xv
  • Pars I *
  • Part II 259
  • Complete and Detailed - Table of Contents 350
  • Index of Personal Names 375
  • List of Plates 382
  • List of Illustrations in the Text 383
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