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Taxonomic Notes on Microcos ( Malvaceae - Grewioideae ) in India
In India, the delimitation and taxonomic status of the genus Microcos has historically been in a state of flux. While revising the genus Grewia for India, authors found certain taxonomic andExpand
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Karyomorphology of Flemingia nilgheriensis (Baker) Wight ex T. Cooke: An Endemic from Western Ghats
The genus Flemingia Roxb. ex Ait. & Ait. f. is represented by c. 30 species distributed in the old world tropics. India is home to 16 species and 2 variety of which 5 species and 1 variety areExpand
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Lectotypification and notes on the identity of Christisonia calcarata ( Orobanchaceae )
The root parasitic species of Christisonia Gardner (Orobanchaceae) are lectotypified. After screening of herbarium specimens and the results of field expeditions, the morphological characters andExpand
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A New Species of Murdannia Royle (Commelinaceae) from Northern Western Ghats of India
A new species of Murdannia Royle (Commelinaceae), Murdannia brownii Nandikar & Gurav, is described and illustrated from northern Western Ghats of India. It differs from allied M. versicolor (Dalzell)Expand
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Murdannia saddlepeakensis (Commelinaceae) – a new species from Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
Abstract Murdannia saddlepeakensis (Commelinaceae), a new species from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, is described and illustrated. The new species is remarkable for its narrowly linearExpand
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Taxonomy and typification of Kalanchoe olivacea and K. bhidei (Crassulaceae)
A synopsis of Kalanchoe olivacea Dalzell and K. bhidei T.Cooke (Crassulaceae), both endemic to Peninsular India, is presented, together with morphological descriptions and photographs. The study isExpand
GC-MS analysis of phytochemical compounds in the crude methanolic extract of roots of Murdannia lanuginosa and M. simplex (Commelinaceae)
The aim of the present study is to investigate the methanolic extract of the roots of Murdannia lanuginosa and M. Simplex (Commelinaceae) for their phytochemical compounds using GasExpand