The Nature of Plants: An Introduction to How Plants Work
The Nature of Plants: An Introduction to How Plants Work5 3 5 Author: Craig N. Huegel Narrator: Tom Parks
Beginning with the importance of light, water, and soil, Huegel describes the process of photosynthesis and how best to position plants to receive optimal sunlight. He explains why plants suffer from overwatering, what essential elements plants need to flourish, and what important soil organisms reside with them. Listeners will understand the difference between friendly and hostile bacteria, fungi, and insects.
Sections on plant structure and reproduction focus in detail on major plant organs-roots, stems, and leaves-and cover flowering, pollination, fruit development, and seed germination. Huegel even delves into the mysterious world of plant communication, exploring the messages conveyed to animals or other plants through chemical scents and hormones.
More information about the audiobook:Publisher: Tantor Audio
Length: 8H 46Min
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