Taxonomic revision of Chenopodiaceae in Himalaya and Tibet

  title={Taxonomic revision of Chenopodiaceae in Himalaya and Tibet},
  author={Alexander P. Sukhorukov and PEI-LIANG Liu and Maria Kushunina},
  pages={1 - 141}
Abstract The composition of many Chenopodiaceae genera in different parts of Himalaya and Tibet has been insufficiently known or contradictory. A revision of the family in Himalaya including Bhutan, Nepal, parts of India (Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Sikkim and Uttarakhand) and Tibet (Xizang, China) is presented for the first time. Altogether, 57 species from 20 genera are reported, including three species new to science (Agriophyllumtibeticum, Salsolaaustrotibetica and… 
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