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Flora of Baramati

Flora / Fauna
By: RB Bhagat, VB Shimpale and RB Deshmukh
450 pages, 423 col photos, maps, figs
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This book presents an up-to-date floristic account of the flowering plants of Baramati. The flora constitutes a total of 994 taxa belonging to 938 species with 42 varieties and 14 sub-species, 577 genera and 136 families of flowering plants recorded and described. Nomenclatural changes have also been updated.

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Dedication. Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. 1. Introduction: i. Geography and climate. ii. Soil. iii. Rainfall. iv. Temperature. v. Review of floristic work. vi. Plan of work and methods adopted. 2. Vegetation: i. Seasonal Herbaceous vegetation. ii. Vegetation of sandy area. iii. Vegetation of saline area. iv. Vegetation of aquatic and marshy area. v. Parasites. vi. The grasslands. vii. Weeds. viii. Economically important plants. ix. Exotic plants cultivated in the region. x. Endemic plants. 3. Floristic analysis of region. 4. Systemic treatment. 5. Photoplates. Bibliography. Index to scientific names. Index to local names. Addenda and Corrigenda. Glossary.

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Flora / Fauna
By: RB Bhagat, VB Shimpale and RB Deshmukh
450 pages, 423 col photos, maps, figs
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