Corpus ID: 55736476

FLORISTIC ANALYSIS

@inproceedings{2009FLORISTICA,
  title={FLORISTIC ANALYSIS},
  author={},
  year={2009}
}
  • Published 2009
Since the Peninsular India being the part of the Gondwanaland in the remote past, the flora have many similarities with that of S. America, Africa, Malesian Islands, Madagascar, Australia and Antartica, which were parted off from the Gondwanaland around 100 million years ago. Many species of plants are found common with these countries especially South Africa, Sri Lanka and Malesia and many plants seen in Peninsular India are true poly topic species (Wood, 1974). Nayar (1980) had brought out… Expand