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Coastal dune flora, Nallavadu village, Puducherry, India
Coastal sand dunes (CSD) are sensitive and fragile ecosystems with variety of specific floral species. Though there are few confined studies on coastal sand dunes in temperate regions, the coastalExpand
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A new variety of Bauhinia bassacensis (Leguminosae: Caesalpinioideae) from Great Nicobar Island, India
Bauhinia bassacensis var. nicobarica , described here as a new variety from Great Nicobar Island, India. Diagnostic characters for the variety nicobarensis include exstipulate leaves and obtuse lobesExpand
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Inverting Aboveground Biomass-Canopy Texture Relationships in a Landscape of Forest Mosaic in the Western Ghats of India Using Very High Resolution Cartosat Imagery
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We applied Fourier Transform Textural Ordination (FOTO) to Cartosat-1a images with 2.6-ha resolution over heterogeneous tropical landscape encompassing diversified forest types. Expand
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Aristolochia gurinderii (Aristolochiaceae): a new species from Great Nicobar Island, India
Aristolochia gurinderii described here as a new species, was collected from North-South Road, Campbell Bay, Great Nicobar Island (Andaman and Nicobar Islands), India. Stem woody with corky fissuredExpand
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Notes on some Rare Plant Collections from the Southern Coromandel Coast, India
A pilot survey was made in seven coastal districts along the Coromandel Coast of Tamil Nadu to know the status of rare and endemic plants. In which six taxa viz. Actinoscirpus grossus and CyperusExpand
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Coastal Sand Dunes—Vegetation Structure, Diversity and Disturbance in Nallavadu Village, Puducherry, India
Tropical coastal sand dunes (CSD) are exposed to various disturbances. CSD vegetation in South East coast of India was sampled by belt transect and quadrate method at three gradients ofExpand
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Hubera senjiana is now Huberantha senjiana (Annonaceae)
The genus Hubera Chaowasku in Chaowasku et al . (2012) was established in accordance with strict monophyly based on a molecular phylogenetic analysis and morphological characters; the componentExpand
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A new species of Hubera (Annonaceae) from Peninsular India
Annonaceae, one of the most diverse plant families in tropical forests, comprise roughly 108 genera and 2400 species (Rainer et al . 2006, Chatrou et al . 2012). As per the current understanding,Expand
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Studies on the performance of multivoltine breeds of silkworm, Bombyx mori L.
With the objective of identifying potential parental breeds for breeding, a total of 81 multivoltine silkworm germplasm stocks conserved at Central Sericultural Germplasm Resources Centre, Hosur wereExpand
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