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Biodiversity in India, Volume 8

Series: Biodiversity in India Volume: 8
By: T Pullaiah(Author), S Sandhya Rani(Author)
Biodiversity in India, Volume 8
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In continuation of the series the present volume includes nine chapters from different parts of India. Floristic diversity in Uttara Kannada district, Karnakata is dealt with in the first chapter. It is followed by diversity of Asterinaceous fungi in Sirumalai Hills, Eastern Ghats. The third chapter is on floristic diversity of Malkangiri district in Odisha. Daniels has given an overview of epiphyllous liverworts of the Southern Western Ghats. Chapter 5 deals with macrofungi in coastal sand dunes and mangroves of Southwest India. Lichen biota in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh is discussed in the following chapter. It is followed by ethnic plant-based nutraceutical values in Kodagu region of the Western Ghats. Conservation of bryophytes in the sacred groves of Western Ghats in Karnataka is given in the penultimate chapter. The last chapter deals with the additions to the flora of Nagpur district in Maharashtra.

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Series: Biodiversity in India Volume: 8
By: T Pullaiah(Author), S Sandhya Rani(Author)
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