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|Posted on Thursday, October 25, 2007 - 09:46 pm: |
I found a book this week, by Mr FG Wight, BSc., F.Z.S. Head of the Science Department and Senior Biology Master, Mundella Grammar School, Nottingham.
"Practical Botany", published 1955. I will get the preface scanned in if anyone is interested, but the gist of it is: there aren't many books about botany, and this will provide a guide for the practical work of post-A level students.
He thanks Mr Howe for advice, and for reading the manuscript and proofs; Miss DE Barlow for the drawing in fig.3; and most of all the sixth froms at Mundella, who have been guinea pigs for a number of years.
On glancing through it, I must say I didn't know I was at school with such very clever people!