Environment and Resources of Tropical and Temperate Forests of India
International Book Distributors, 1985 - Botany, Economic - 299 pages
Tropical mangrov forests of sundarbans and andamans. A comprehensive survey of epiphytes. Tropical & temperate lianas, climbers and shrubby climbers. Eco-botanical survey of tropical & temperate grasses and sedges. Eco-botanical survey of tropical & temperate monocotyledons (exept orchids, grasses & seeds).
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Forests and Forest types Principal species 13
Economical importance of the Sundarbans
Successional Trend in Mangrove Forest
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