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The keys to the trees, shrubs and vines have been revised
in an attempt to make them more usable for the beginning student.
The keys to several of the genera, pines, oaks, ashes, willows,
etc., have been rewritten and species added that were not
in the previous printings.
The key to the trees in winter has been added hoping that it
will be helpful to both teachers and students. The identification
of trees without their leaves during the winter is not only interesting
The identification of plants is but one phase of their study.
Botany is the basic science for all of the various types of agriculture
and forestry, and as such is a basic science for everyone for
To be able to identify plants is important not only to farmers,
gardeners, floriculturists, doctors, veterinarians, and landscape
architects but also to everyone who likes the out of doors.
It is hoped that this revision will be found easy to follow
and useful to many.
The names of the plants again follow Gray 's New lI1anual of
Botany (seventh revised edition), and Bailey's lI1anual of
ERNEST L. STOVER
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Eastern Illinois University
Trees, Shrubs, Campus, Eastern Illinois State College, Bulletin
Biology | Botany | Plant Biology | Plant Sciences
Stover, Ernest, "Bulletin 200 - Trees and Shrubs of the Campus and East Central Illinois" (1952). Eastern Illinois University Bulletin. 1.