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Biodiversity in India, Volume 6

Series: Biodiversity in India Volume: 6
By: Thammineni Pullaiah(Editor)
329 pages, colour plates, illustrations, tables
Biodiversity in India, Volume 6
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  • Biodiversity in India, Volume 6 ISBN: 9788189233846 Paperback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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The present Volume 6 of Biodiversity in India includes eight articles covering diverse subjects. First chapter is about one horned Rhinoceros conservation in Assam followed by the Amphibians in Western Ghats. These two areas constitute the hot spots of biodiversity. Third chapter is on Floristic diversity of Nawarangpur District in Odisha. It is followed by pollination of some endangered impatiens species in Western Ghats. Chapter 5 deals with Flora of North Andaman Islands followed by bioresources of Nilgiris. The genus Cymbopogon is dealt with in chapter 7 while the last chapter deals with wild edible plants used by the tribals in East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh.

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Series: Biodiversity in India Volume: 6
By: Thammineni Pullaiah(Editor)
329 pages, colour plates, illustrations, tables
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