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The Wild Flowers of Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve, Sikkim

G.G. Maiti (Author) D. Maity (Author)
Synopsis The Wild Flowers of Kanchanjunga Biosphere Reserve (KBR), Sikkim is with the presentation of most interesting floristic components of KBR, found in several parts of Sikkim as well as in the Himalayas including Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, having alike phytogeographical regions.  This book takes a positive approach to highlight 260 wild flowers spread in this area.  The account consists of 256 species of angiosperms and only 4 species of gymnosperms.  Botanical names, local names, description of important features, habitat situation and extend of distribution are accounted for all the species.  This book will be an ideal guide to the people, travelers, naturalists, botanists and foresters for the genera and species of flowering plants with pictural presentation.
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About the authors

G.G. Maiti

G.G. Maiti: Professor of the Dept. of Botany, University of Kalyani, W.B. having 30 years research experience on floristic diversity, systematic study and other branches of Botany and 22 years of teaching experience.  He is the co-author of books 'Trees of the World'  Vol. I. 'Garden Plants in Colour-Trees' and 'Dictionary of Horticulture'  Vol. I-X, apart from publishing more than 88 research papers in different journals. 

D. Maity

D. Maity: 1st class first in both B.Sc. (Hons.) & M. Sc., research student, attached to the Dept. of Botany, University of Kalyani, W. B. and expert in floristic and systematic study, has more than 25 research publications.

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Title The Wild Flowers of Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve, Sikkim
Format Hardcover
Date published: 14.09.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Naya Udyog
Language: English
isbn 8189863002
length 174p., Plates; Bibliography; Index; 25cm.