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Applied Plant Geography

By: Pramod Pagare
269 pages, b/w photos & maps
Applied Plant Geography
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About this book

An attempt to study potential plant resources in the environment of the Central India. This phytogeographical study focuses on plant ecology and valuable plant species based on the original research work of the author through field surveys.

Contents

Preface

1. Introduction
2. Environment and vegetation
3. Regional flora
4. Ecological status of teak forests
5. Ecological status of mixed forests
6. Ecological status of Salai forests
7. Ecological zones
8. Future engineering of forests

Bibliography
Index

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By: Pramod Pagare
269 pages, b/w photos & maps
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