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Synthesis of the North American flora [electronic resource] /

John T. Kartesz, Christopher A. Meacham.

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Main Author: Kartesz, John T.
Other Names: Meacham, Christopher A.
Published: Chapel Hill, NC : North Carolina Botanical Garden, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, c1999.
Edition: Ver. 1.0.
Topics: Botany - United States. | Botany - Canada. | Botany - Greenland.
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Physical Description: 1 computer optical disc : col. maps ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN: 1889065056
System Details: System requirements: Pentium 90MHz-class processor; 32 MB RAM; 25 MB free hard disk space; SVGA display (800 x 600 pixel resolution) with 16 colors; Microsoft Windows 3.1, NT, 95, 98, or 2000 operating system; CD-ROM drive for installation; mouse or other pointing device; keyboard. The "Synthesis" was designed for a 1280 x 1024 pixel resolution display using "Large Fonts" but may be used with lower resolution displays as well.
Summary: The Synthesis of North American Flora covers more than 28,000 species, subspecies, and varieties of native and naturalized vascular plants in North America north of Mexico. The information contained here is an extensive update of Dr. John T. Kartesz' 1994 A Synonymized Checklist of the Vascular Flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland, 2nd ed. Distribution maps at the state and province level are provided for all accepted taxa, including families and genera (a total of more than 35,000 maps). More than 37,000 synonyms are listed and more than 150 fields of biological attribute information are provided for all 35,000+ taxa.
Notes: Title from title screen.
At head of title: Biota of North America Program.
"In cooperation with The Nature Conservancy, Natural Resources Conservation Service, USDA, [and] US Fish and Wildlife Service, USDI."
Other Names: Meacham, Christopher A.
North Carolina Botanical Garden.
Biota of North America Program.

More Details for: Synthesis of the North American flora