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                                BIBLIOGRAPHY

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    PLANTS OF ECONOMIC &/OR AESTHETIC IMPORTANCE

 

 

Brücher, H.  1989.  Useful Plants of Neotropical Origin and Their Wild Relatives.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin,

       Heidelberg, New York.  296 p.

         

Carlquist, S.  1970.  Hawaii A Natural History.  Geology, Climate, Native Flora and Fauna Above the

       Shoreline.  American Mus. Nat. Hist., New York.  463 p.         

 

Cockerham, S. T.  2004.  Irrigation and planting density affect river red gum growth.  Calif. Agric. 58(1):

       40-43.

 

Hargreaves, D. & B. Hargreaves.  1960.  Tropical Blossoms.  Hargreaves Industrial, Portland, Oregon.

       65 p.

 

Hill, A. F.  1952.  Economic Botany.  A Textbook of Useful Plants and Plant Products.  McGraw-Hill Book

       Co., Inc., New York, Toronto, London.  560 p.    

 

Horn, E. L.  1976.  Wildflowers 3.  The Sierra Nevada.  The Touchstone Press, Beaverton, Oregon.  128 p.

 

Le Bellec, F. & V. Renard.  1999.  Tropical Fruits.  Editions Orphie, Montpellier, France.  189 p.

 

Morton, J. F.  1987.  Fruits of Warm Climates.  Creative Resource Systems, Inc., Winterville, N.C. 505 p.

 

Munz, P. A.  1972.  California Spring Wildflowers. Univ. of Calif. Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London.

       122 p.

 

Simpson, B. B. & M. C. Ogorzaly.  2001.  Economic Botany.  Plants in our World.  McGraw-Hill, Boston.

       529 p.

 

Walheim, L. & R. L. Stebbins.  1981.  Western Fruits Berries and Nuts.  H. P. Books, Tucson, AZ.  192 p.

 

Williamson, J. F., J. R. Dunmire & M. W. Zimmerman.  1981.  Sunset New Western Garden Book.  Lane

       Publ. Co., Menlo Park, CA.  512 p.

 

Vavilov, N. I.  1992.  Origin and Geography of Cultivated Plants. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge,

       MA.  498 p.