Desert Plants, Volume 3, Number 4 (Winter 1981-82)
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
Desert Plants is a unique botanical journal published by The University of Arizona for Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum. This journal is devoted to encouraging the appreciation of indigenous and adapted arid land plants. Desert Plants publishes a variety of manuscripts intended for amateur and professional desert plant enthusiasts. A few of the diverse topics covered include desert horticulture, landscape architecture, desert ecology, and history. First published in 1979, Desert Plants is currently published biannually with issues in June and December.
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- Editorial - Freedom in Research
- Discovery of No. 832: An Essay in Defense of the National Science Foundation
- Corn (Zea mays) in Relation to its Wild Relatives
- Zea diploperennis: A Primitive Relative Offers New Traits to Improve Corn
- Arboretum Progress
- Colonel William Boyce Thompson
- Revegetation of Copper Tailing Ponds in the Southwestern U.S.A. with Annual Grasses
- The Morama Bean of the Kalahari Desert as a Potential Food Crop, With a Summary of Current Research in Texas
- Hohokam Use of Desert Food Plants
- Preservation of Genetic Diversity