Sonali D. Randive

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A new species of Vigna Savi, subgenus Ceratotropis (Piper) Verdc., Vignayadavii S.P. Gaikwad, R.D. Gore, S.D. Randive & K.U. Garad, sp. nov. is described and illustrated here. It is morphologically close to Vignadalzelliana (Kuntze) Verdc. but differs in its underground obligate cleistogamous flowers on positively geotropic branches, hairy calyx, small(More)
Changes in medical training have increased the popularity of less than full-time training. However, there are no data on the impact on training time or consultant workforce. We reviewed a three-year cohort of trainees via the Royal College of Anaesthetist's training and recruitment databases. Eighty-eight (96%) less than full-time trainees and 677 (95%)(More)
BACKGROUND Vigna subg. Ceratotropis (Piper) Verdc. represents a homogenous and distinct group of species with highly specialized complex floral characters. It is most diverse in Asia. India, with 24 species, represents a secondary center of species diversity of the subgenus. NEW INFORMATION A new species, Vignapandeyana RD Gore, SP Gaikwad & SD Randive,(More)
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