The Flora of British India

@article{HookerTheFO,
  title={The Flora of British India},
  author={J. Hooker},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={12},
  pages={3-5}
}
AbstractTHE completion of the first volume of the Flora of India is an event of no small importance in descriptive botany. That India should be almost the last of our possessions whose vegetable wealth botanists have undertaken to describe in a systematic order, is due to various causes, not the least of which is the enormous labour of collecting and sifting the scattered literature bearing on this subject. The books and short papers on the botany of various parts of India are exceedingly… Expand