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Chemosystematics of the Convolvulaceae

By: Geetha G Nair(Author)
158 pages, b/w illustrations
Chemosystematics of the Convolvulaceae
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  • Chemosystematics of the Convolvulaceae ISBN: 9789350534151 Hardback Jan 2016 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

The book provides an overview of chemical markers useful in establishing the taxonomy of the family Convolvuaceae, commonly known as bindweed or morning glory.


- Introduction - 1
- The Taxonomy, Economic Importance and Known Chemistry of the Convolvulaceae - 23
- Detection and identification of Chemical Markers - 57
- Distribution of various Chemical Markers in Select Convolvulaceae - 67
- Phylogenetic Interpretations on the Convolvulaceae - 95
- Addendum - 119

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By: Geetha G Nair(Author)
158 pages, b/w illustrations
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