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Systematics of genusLygodium Sw. (Lygodiaceae) in India
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A key is provided for diagnosing the species from India along with the correct nomenclature of each taxon. Expand
Revision of the genusSibbaldia L. (Rosaceae) in India
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Twelve species of Sibbaldia L. are recognised, including one new combination and one new record for India, including the first new combination for India in more than a century. Expand
Pteridophytes of the Eastern India: I. Enumeration of the Species Collected and their Nomenclature
Beddome's Handbook on Ferns of British India with supplement though published in 1892, and contains outmoded classifications and out of date nomenclature, still serves as the standard source ofExpand
Computer-aided chorology of Indian grasses
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An approach to chorological analysis was developed in a previous paper (Clayton & Hepper, I974) devoted to the grasses of West Africa and its extension to India was prompted by the existence of Bor's excellent taxonomic treatment of the sub-continent's grasses. Expand
Cytology of Some Genera of Polypodiaceae in Eastern India
POLYPODIACEAE (sensu Copeland1), a part of the once comprehensive family Polypodiaceae (sensu lato), comprises 65 genera, occurring mostly as epiphytes in the tropical and subtropical evergreen andExpand
A Note on Aleuritopteris grisea (Blanford) Panigrahi Comb. Nov. and A. anceps (Blanford) Panigrahi Comb. Nov.
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The "Silver Ferns" of Asia and Africa are ascribed correctly to Aleuritopteris farinosa (Forsk.) Fee complex and two new species combinations are recognised out of which two, viz. Expand
Systematics of the Genus Potentilla L. - (Rosaceae Juss.) - Its Infrageneric Classification and Evolutionary Trends
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Nine subgenera of the genus Potentilla are recognised with keys to their identification and nomenclatural set up and evolutionary trends within the subgencra hypothesized are hypothesized. Expand
Cytological and taxonomic observations on some members of the Cyclosorus parasiticus complex.1
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All the hybrids obtained, both triploid and tetraploid, showed a high proportion of aborted spores consequent on irregular meiosis, suggesting factors operating in tropical floras which are at least as powerful though necessarily somewhat different in kind from those associated with the succession of glacial and inter-glacial conditions. Expand
ECHUES ANTIDYSENTERICA (L.) ROXB. EX FLEMING AND HOLARRHENA ANTIDYSENTERICA (L.) WALL., VALIDLY PUBLISHED SYNONYMS OF WALLIDA ANTIDYSENTERICA
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This chapter discusses Bombacopsis, a new Central American genus between Bombax and Pachira, which is a new combination under Pochota Ramirez Goyena (1909) and which is currently under investigation by A. A. Bullock. Expand
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