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Encyclopaedia of Floral Biodiversity of Jessore Sanctuary (2-Volume Set)

By: Ankur Patel(Author), Buenos Aires Jadeja(Author)
451 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
Encyclopaedia of Floral Biodiversity of Jessore Sanctuary (2-Volume Set)
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Language: English

Biodiversity includes the diversity of plants, animals and microbes and their habitates. Genetic diversity, species diversity and ecosystem diversity together give rise to biodiversity, which sustains life on earth through energy flow and food chain.

This book provides information on various aspects of floral biodiversity of Jessore Sanctuary, India, like a list of plants occurring there, rare and endangered species of the area, analysis of various community charecters, Importance Value Indices of tree species, various species diversity indices, distribution pattern, biological resources and threat to the present biodiversity of the area. The total area of the Jessore sanctuary of Gujarat is 180.66 sq. km and important hills of the Aravali series are situated on the Gujarat–Rajasthan border. The picturesque hills are endowed with a floral and faunal wealth consisting of many endangered and rare species.

The treatise would be of great interest to a large group of readers – undergraduate, postgraduate and Research students of ecology, biology genetics and biotechnology, as well as environmentalists.

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By: Ankur Patel(Author), Buenos Aires Jadeja(Author)
451 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
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