Trees of India (Nature Guides) ebook
by Pippa Mukherjee
Pippa Mukherjee teaches at the Kodaikanal International School.
Pippa Mukherjee teaches at the Kodaikanal International School. She has been involved in conservation activity through the work of the Palni Hills Conservation Council. Series: Nature Guides. The illustrations are a mix of photographs and drawings of tree shapes and closeups of leaves, fruit and flowers. The author says that the illustrator of the drawings, Poonam Desai, used "immense care" with her work. I am disappointed with the "art," as the drawings appear to be hastily drawn & only provide the barest outline.
Common trees of india. First published 1983). I would like to feel that this book will perhaps create an awareness in children of what is happening in nature around them and make them think of the importance of trees within their environment. Before concluding, I’d like to thank Mr . Serrao for his moral support and Professor . Bole for his invaluable advice and assistance in the writing of this book.
Trees of India book .
In Trees of India, we can see forty-three tree species, most of which are commonly in India. Detailed descriptions of each, complemented by color photographs of the tree and its leaves, fruits, and flowers, reveal the unique characteristics of a wide variety of trees. Significantly, Mukherjee includes information on the uses of each tree, including its wood, though she issues a strong warning against tree felling in the Introduction.
Home Pippa Mukherjee Trees of India (WWF-Oup Nature Guides) . Trees of India (WWF-Oup Nature Guides). In Trees of India, we can see forty-three tree species, most of which are commonly in India. Though especially designed with our younger readers in mind, the book will appeal equally to older relatives including parents and teachers, as well as nature lovers. About the Author: Pippa Mukherjee teaches at the Kodaikanal International School.
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Trees of India (2008), By Pippa Mukherjee.
This field guide features detailed descriptions of 455 species of trees native to eastern North America, including the Midwest and the South. The 48 color plates, 11 black-and-white plates, and 26 text drawings show distinctive details needed for identification. Trees of India (2008), By Pippa Mukherjee.
More than 150 species of indigenous trees of India and the rest of the Subcontinent are described and illustrated, along with their economic importance, commercial products and the folklore associated with them. Field, Identification Guide. By: KC Sahni(Author). 250 pages, 20 plates with colour photos and b/w illustrations; 70 b/w line drawings.
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