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Phytogeography of the Eastern Desert flora of Egypt

  title={Phytogeography of the Eastern Desert flora of Egypt},
  author={Monier M. Abd El-Ghani and Fawzy M. Salama and Boshra B. Salem and A. F. El-Hadidy and M. Abdel-Aleem},
328 species in total were recorded at 500 sites between 30° 06’ and 24° 00’N in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. The occurrence of species was classified into 5 constancy classes: dominant, very common, common, occasional and sporadic. A sharp decrease in the number of recorded species was noticed along the N–S direction from Cairo-Suez road in the north to Aswan-Baranis road in the south (from 179 to 23), and an increase along the E–W direction from the Red Sea coast in the east to the River Nile… 

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