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Contains the treatment of one of the most important and the largest of the angiosperm families of this region - Leguminosae - with the exception of two of its largest and taxonomically complex genera - Astragalus and Oxytropis - which are dealt with in volume 8B. The volume covers 31 genera and 181 species, of which genus Caragana is the largest and most important group. Several species of the genus are characteristic of "pea shrub steppes"; others are valuable fodder crops.