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Plants of Central Asia, Volume 7 : Liliaceae - Orchidaceae

Flora / Fauna
Series: Plants of Central Asia Volume: 7
Edited By: VI Grubov and TV Egorova
183 pages, Illus, maps
Plants of Central Asia, Volume 7 : Liliaceae - Orchidaceae
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This volume of the English translation of the series prepared by the Komarov Botanical Institute covers Altai, Khangai and Kentei ranges in the north, Greater Khingan Range in the east, Pamir in the west, the Great Wall in the Southeast and the Himalayas in the south. The book describes the families Liliaceae to Orchidaceae. Onions represent the largest and most important group in the volume, but many species of this genus are valuable fodder plants, as well as characterist plants of desert steppes.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Plants of Central Asia Volume: 7
Edited By: VI Grubov and TV Egorova
183 pages, Illus, maps
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