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Spermatophytic Flora of Kamrup Special Reference to Eastern Guwahati

Flora / Fauna
By: Nilashree Borah(Author), Florina Brahma(Author), Manalee Paul(Author), Mrinal Kumar Das(Author), Nilakhsee Devi(Foreword By)
149 pages, b/w photos, 1 b/w map
Publisher: EBH Publishers
Spermatophytic Flora of Kamrup
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  • Spermatophytic Flora of Kamrup ISBN: 9789392038488 Hardback Jun 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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This book describes the flora of the Eastern part of Guwahati city, Assam, India, presenting information including vernacular names, origin and distribution, locality descriptions, and useful properties of the plants. A total of 137 species of angiosperm plants under 48 families are included. Among these, dicotyledons comprise 104 species belonging to 37 families, monocotyledons comprise about 31 species belonging to 11 families, and gymnosperms comprise two species under two families. All the recorded species are arranged according to the Bentham and Hooker system of classification.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Nilashree Borah(Author), Florina Brahma(Author), Manalee Paul(Author), Mrinal Kumar Das(Author), Nilakhsee Devi(Foreword By)
149 pages, b/w photos, 1 b/w map
Publisher: EBH Publishers
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