By: AB Das (Author), Prasanna Mohanty (Author)
450 pages, Illustrations
The Mangroves: Biology and Biogeography gives an up-to-date overview of the biology of mangrove systems around the world with special references to the Indian sub-continent covering morphology, taxonomy, cell physiology, cytology, cytochemistry, phytochemistry and molecular biological details in different species of mangroves. The text is very clear and lively, illustrated with relevant anecdotes as well as a large numbers of photographs of almost all the living plant species of mangrove flora and drawings supplemented with ample references for further reading for audiences related to generalised and specific fields.
- General Introduction
- Mangroves and Global Climate Change
- Biographies of Individual Mangroves and their Associates to be Arranged Family wise with Emphasis on Mangroves of Bhitarkanika, Mahanadi Delta and Sundarbans
- Future Prospective of Mangroves
- Subject Index
- Author Index
- Glossary of Terms
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