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Flora of Jammu and Kashmir, Volume 1 Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms and Angiosperms: Ranunculaceae - Moringaceae

Flora / Fauna
Series: Flora of Jammu and Kashmir Volume: 1
By: NP Singh(Author), DK Singh(Author), BP Uniyal(Author)
Flora of Jammu and Kashmir, Volume 1
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About this book

This first volume of the flora of the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir covers the ferns, gymnosperms, and part of the angiosperms.

Contents

Foreword
Preface

I. Introduction
1. Physiography
2. Drainage
3. Climate
4. Geology and soil
5. People
6. Forests
7. Forest types
8. Botanical explorations
9. Botanical studies
10. Floristic diversity
11. Phytogeographical affinities
12. Endemism
13. Economic plants
14. Threatened species and conservation
15. Materials and presentation of flora.

II. Selected bibliography

III. Systematic account
A. Pteridophytes:
1. Lycopodiaceae
2. Selaginellaceae
3. Equisetaceae
4. Botrychiaceae
5. Ophioglossaceae
6. Osmundaceae
7. Loxogrammaceae
8. Polypodiaceae
9. Lygodiaceae
10. Sinopteridaceae
11. Cryptogrammaceae
12. Hypolepidaceae
13. Pteridiaceae
14. Pteridaceae
15. Adiantaceae
16. Hemionitidaceae
17. Parkeriaceae
18. Marsileaceae
19. Dennstaedtiaceae
20. Aspleniaceae
21. Woodsiaceae
22. Athyriaceae
23. Hypodematiaceae
24. Thelypteridaceae
25. Tectariaceae
26. Dryopteridaceae
27. Nephrolepidaceae
28. Davalliaceae
29. Blechnaceae
30. Salviniaceae
31. Azollaceae

B. Gymnosperms
1. Ephedraceae
2. Cupressaceae
3. Taxaceae
4. Pinaceae

C. Angiosperms
1. Ranunculaceae
2. Paeoniaceae
3. Annonaceae
4. Menispermaceae
5. Berberidaceae
6. Podophyllaceae
7. Lardizabalaceae
8. Nymphaeaceae
9. Nelumbonaceae
10. Papaveraceae
11. Fumariaceae
12. Brassicaceae
13. Capparaceae
14. Resedaceae
15. Violaceae
16. Flacourtiaceae
17. Pittosporaceae
18. Polygalaceae
19. Caryophyllaceae
20. Portulacaceae
21. Tamaricaceae
22. Elatinaceae
23. Hypericaceae
24. Dipterocarpaceae
25. Malvaceae
26. Bombacaceae
27. Sterculiaceae
28. Tiliaceae
29. Linaceae
30. Malpighiaceae
31. Zygophyllaceae
32. Biebersteiniaceae
33. Geraniaceae
34. Balsaminaceae
35. Oxalidaceae
36. Rutaceae
37. Simaroubaceae
38. Meliaceae
39. Aquifoliaceae
40. Celastraceae
41. Rhamnaceae
42. Vitaceae
43. Leeaceae
44. Sapindaceae
45. Hippocastanaceae
46. Aceraceae
47. Staphyleaceae
48. Sabiaceae
49. Anacardiaceae
50. Coriariaceae
51. Moringaceae

Index to botanical names
Index to local names

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Flora of Jammu and Kashmir Volume: 1
By: NP Singh(Author), DK Singh(Author), BP Uniyal(Author)
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