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Elite RET Species of Dendrobium of North-East India - Illustrated

By: Diana Rajkumari(Author)
96 pages, colour photos
Elite RET Species of Dendrobium of North-East India - Illustrated
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About this book

The northeastern region of India is highly biodiverse as it falls within the Indo-Burma mega biodiversity hotspot and eastern Himalayan region. A large number of plants here belong to the family Orchidaceae, a family that comprises more than 788 genera and 18,500 species. This particular pocket of the Indian sub-continent abounds in orchids ornamental, medicinal and aesthetic properties. Orchids are known for their graceful and elegant flowers with diverse floral structures of various shapes, sizes and colours. The genus Dendrobium is the second largest group in Orchidaceae with 1536 species widely distributed in the countries like India, China, South East Asia, Japan, Malaya, Philippines, New Guinea, Australia, Pacific Islands and New Zealand. This book gives a taxonomic treatment of 25 rare, endangered and threatened species (the RET species referred to in the title).

Contents

Preface
Introduction
Systematic treatment

1. Dendrobium Sw
2. Dendrobium amoenum Wall ex Lindl
3. Dendrobium bellatulum Rolfe
4. Dendrobium bensoniae Rchb. F
5. Dendrobium bicameratum Lindl
6. Dendrobium brymerianum Rchf. f
7. Dendrobium capillipes Rchb. f
8. Dendrobium chrysotoxum Lindl
9. Dendrobium crepidatum Lindl. & Paxton
10. Dendrobium crystallinum Rchb. F
11. Dendrobium cumulatum Lindl
12. Dendrobium densiflorum Lindl
13. Dendrobium denudans D. Don
14. Dendrobium dickasonii L.O. Williams
15. Dendrobium falconeri Hook
16. Dendrobium fimbriatum Hook
17. Dendrobium gibsonii Paxton
18. Dendrobium infundibulum Lindl
19. Dendrobium jenkinsii Wall. Ex Lindl
20. Dendrobium lituiflorum Lindl
21. Dendrobium moschatum (buch.-Ham.) Sw
22. Dendrobium nobile Lindl
23. Dendrobium parcum Rchb. F
24. Dendrobium parishii Rchb. F
25. Dendrobium pendulum Roxb
26. Molecular authentication and species discrimination

References
Details of DNA sequences in public domain (annexure)

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By: Diana Rajkumari(Author)
96 pages, colour photos
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