Taxonomic treatment of some 230 seed plant families and their 2600 genera indigenous and naturalised in the subregion, with a key to the families, and genera in each family. Families and genera are described, with information on chromosome numbers and notes on distribution and size, both local and worldwide, and with lists of the most important literature, all included.
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