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Higher Plants of China: Volume 3 - Gymnospermae and Angiospermae Magnoliaceae (Eucommiaceae) [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna
Series: Higher Plants of China Volume: 3
Edited By: Fu Likuo, Chen Tanqing, Lang Kaiyung and Hong Tao
757 pages, 448 colour photos, 1144 b/w line drawings
Publisher: Science Press
Higher Plants of China: Volume 3 - Gymnospermae and Angiospermae Magnoliaceae (Eucommiaceae) [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature and name index

This volume deal with following families:

Gymnospermae:
1. Cycadaceae 2. Ginkgoaceae
3. Araucariaceae 4. Pinaceae
5. Sciadopityaceae 6. Taxodiaceae
7. Cupressaceae 8. Podocarpaceae
9. Cephalotaxaceae 10. Taxaceae
11. Ephedraceae 12. Gnetaceae

Angiospermae:
1. Magnoliaceae 2. Annonaceae
3. Myristicaceae 4. Calycanthaceae
5. Lauraceae 6. Hernandiaceae
7. Chloranthaceae 8. Saururaceae
9. Piperaceae 10. Aristolochiaceae
11. Illiciaceae 12. Schisandraceae
13. Nelumbonaceae 14. Nymphaeaceae
15. Cabombaceae 16. Ceratophyllaceae
17. Ranunculaceae 18. Circaeasteraceae
19. Berberidaceae 20. Sargentodokaceae
21. Lardizabalaceae 22. Menispermaceae
23. Papaveraceae 24. Fumariaceae
25. Tetracentraceae 26. Trochodendraceae
27. Cercidiphyllaceae 28. Eupteleaceae
29. Platanaceae 30. Hamamelidaceae
31. Daphniphyllaceae 32. Eucommiaceae

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Gymnospermae: 1. Cycadaceae 2. Ginkgoaceae 3. Araucariaceae 4. Pinaceae 5. Sciadopityaceae 6. Taxodiaceae 7. Cupressaceae 8. Podocarpaceae 9. Cephalotaxaceae 10. Taxaceae 11. Ephedraceae 12. Gnetaceae Angiospermae: 1. Magnoliaceae 2. Annonaceae 3. Myristicaceae 4. Calycanthaceae 5. Lauraceae 6. Hernandiaceae 7. Chloranthaceae 8. Saururaceae 9. Piperaceae 10. Aristolochiaceae 11. Illiciaceae 12. Schisandraceae 13. Nelumbonaceae 14. Nymphaeaceae 15. Cabombaceae 16. Ceratophyllaceae 17. Ranunculaceae 18. Circaeasteraceae 19. Berberidaceae 20. Sargentodokaceae 21. Lardizabalaceae 22. Menispermaceae 23. Papaveraceae 24. Fumariaceae 25. Tetracentraceae 26. Trochodendraceae 27. Cercidiphyllaceae 28. Eupteleaceae 29. Platanaceae 30. Hamamelidaceae 31. Daphniphyllaceae 32. Eucommiaceae

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Higher Plants of China Volume: 3
Edited By: Fu Likuo, Chen Tanqing, Lang Kaiyung and Hong Tao
757 pages, 448 colour photos, 1144 b/w line drawings
Publisher: Science Press
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