Describe three adaptations found in plants living in an extreme environment

Further reading

Allaby, M. (1994). Concise OxfordDictionary ofBotany. Oxford University Press. Ayres, A. (1990). Gardening Without Chemicals. Which/Hodder & Stoughton. Baines, C. and Smart, J. (1991). A Guide to Habitat Creation. Packard Publishing. Brown, L.V. (2008). Applied Principles ofHorticultural Science. 3rd edn.,

B utterworth-Heinemann. Caplan, B. (1992). CompleteManualofOrganic Gardening. Headline Publishing. Carson, R. (1962). Silent Spring. Hamish Hamilton.

Carr, S. and Bell, M. (1991). Practical Conservation. Open University/ Nature

Conservation Council . Dowdeswell, W.H. (1984). Ecology Principles andPractice. Heinemann Educational Books .

Innis, D.Q. (1997). Intercropping and the Scientific Basis ofTraditional Agriculture.

Intermediate Technology Publications . Lampkin, N. (1990). Organic Farming. Farming Press.

Lisansky, S.G., Robinson, A.P., and Coombs, J. (1991). Green Growers Guide. CPL Scientific Ltd.

Mannion, A.M. and Bowlby, S.R. (eds) (1992). Environmentallssues in the 1990s. John Wiley & Sons .

Preston, C.D., Pearman, D.A., and Dines, T.D. (2002). New Atlas ofthe British and

Irish Flora. Oxford University Press. Tait, J. et al. (1998). Practical Conservation. Open University.

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