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Book ID:  094160
Rundel, Philip W., Alan P. Smith and F. C. Meinzer (eds.)

Tropical Alpine Ecosystems: Plant Form and Function. 2008. 86 line diagrams. 49 halftones. 54 tabs. 390 p. gr8vo. Paper bd.
Tropical alpine environments are those areas in the tropics above the tree-line and below the upper limit of plant life. The plants growing in these regions have evolved in distinct forms to cope with cold, drought and fire. Using examples from all over the tropics, this fascinating account examines the unique form, physiology and function of tropical alpine plants. It will appeal to all those interested in tropical vegetation and how plants adapt to living in environments, as well as to biogeographers and ecologists.
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