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Flowering Plants of India: Dicotyledons, Volume 1 Acanthaceae - Avicenniaceae

Flora / Fauna
By: S Karthikeyan, M Sanjappa and S Moorthy
366 pages, 31 col plates
Flowering Plants of India: Dicotyledons, Volume 1
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A catalogue of Indian Plants from Acanthaceae to Avicenniaceae covering 18 families 483 genera and 2509 species, 34 subspecies, 285 varieties and 10 formae.

They are arranged alphabetically. Photographs of representative species from all families are arranged in 31 plates. For each species, after the correct name followed by basionym, wherever applicable, synonyms mentioned in major floras are also given along with distribution and other details.

Contents

1. Introduction. 2. Acknowledgements. 1. Acanthaceae. 2. Aceraceae. 3. Actinidiaceae. 4. Adoxaceae. 5. Aizoaceae. 6. Alangiaceae. 7. Amaranthaceae. 8. Anacardiaceae. 9. Ancistrocladaceae. 10. Annonaceae. 11. Apiaceae (Umbelliferae). 12. Apocynaceae. 13. Aquifoliaceae. 14. Araliaceae. 15. Aristolochiaceae. 16. Asclepiadaceae. 17. Asteraceae (Compositae). 18. Avicenniaceae. Index. List of new names and new combinations proposed.

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Flora / Fauna
By: S Karthikeyan, M Sanjappa and S Moorthy
366 pages, 31 col plates
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