Front Cover

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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright, Dedication, Pledges

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pp. 2-7

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Acknowledgments

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pp. vii-8

The following individuals provided fresh specimens for photographic use: Edward W. Chester, Aaron Floden, Dennis Horn, W. Michael Dennis, Dwayne Estes, D. K. Smith, Ross Clark, Zack Murrell, Derick Poindexter, Paul Durr, Ken McFarland, Pat Cox, Jamey McDonald, Joe Feeman, David Webb, Meredith Clebsch, Ed Clebsch, John Beck, William Martin, Ed Schilling, ...

A Note on the Photographs and Figures

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pp. viii-9

Contents

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pp. ix-10

Figures

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pp. x-11

Kentucky County Map

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pp. xi-12

Tennessee County Map

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pp. xii-13

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Section I. Introduction

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pp. 1-20

This book provides a guide to the identification and uses of woody plants of the Kentucky–Tennessee (KY–TN) region during winter conditions. Included are diagnostic keys to the genera and species, color photographs that emphasize the characteristic features, descriptions of the genera, and species accounts that include scientific name, common name, habitat, ...

Section II. Key to Keys

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pp. 21-22

Section III. Keys to Genera

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pp. 23-44

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Section IV. Generic and Species Accounts

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pp. 45-116

Abies P. Mill. Fir. Family Pinaceae. (abeo  rising-one, the ancient Latin name for a tall ship or tree). Evergreen tree to 25 m tall; bark gray and smooth or with resin blisters, becoming scaly with age; needles spirally arranged but spreading in one plane; the needles flat, blunt, to 2.5 cm long, tapered to disc-like base on twig; cones to 10 cm long, ...

Section V. Plates 1 to 630 [Image Plates follow page 118]

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pp. 117-118

Literature Cited

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pp. 119-120

Appendix I: Glossary

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pp. 121-124

Appendix II: Woody Plants Useful for Food

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pp. 125-126

Appendix III. Woody Plants Useful for Medical Needs

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pp. 127-128

Appendix IV: Woody Plants Useful for Cordage

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pp. 129-130

Appendix V: Woody Plants Useful for Constructing Bows and Arrows

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pp. 131-132

Index of Section I

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pp. 133-134

Index of Scientific Names in Sections IV and V

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pp. 135-140

Index of Common Names in Section IV

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pp. 141-144