Taxonomy of Angiosperms

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I. K. International Pvt Ltd, Jan 1, 2005 - Angiosperms - 908 pages
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Taxonomy of Angiosperms is designed for B.Sc. (H) and M.Sc. students of Botany in various universities. The book is divided into two parts; Part I deals with the Principles of Angiosperm Taxonomy and Part II deals with families. The book is amply illustrated with examples. Some of the important chapters in Part I comprise Different Classifications, Nomenclature, Biosystematics, Modern Trends in Taxonomy, Chemotaxonomy, Numerical Taxonomy etc. Part II deals with about 214 families of which 55 are discussed in detail and summarized accounts of the rest are given for advanced students. The book also comes loaded with numerous appendices like comparison of classifications, floral diagrams and floral formulae, questions etc. The book will cater to the needs of Botany students pursuing B.Sc. (H), M.Sc. and related fields like Medical Botany, Pharmacy, Agricultural Botany and Horticulture.
  

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Contents

History of Classification 823
8
Contents xi
15
System of Classifications 2449
24
Current Systems of Classifications 5066
50
Plant Nomenclature 6776
67
Species Problem 7787
77
Primitive vs Advanced Characters 88100
88
Taxonomic Heirarchy 101103
101
Solanaceae
453
Scrophulariaceae
464
Acanthaceae
473
Verbenaceae
482
Labiatae Lamiaceae
488
Monochlamydae Chenopodiaceae Chenopodium family
496
Piperaceae Piperfamily
501
Amaranthaceae
505

Taxonomy of Angiosperms
104
Taxonomy of Angiosperms
112
Chemotaxonomy 122130
122
Numerical Taxonomy 131137
131
Biosystematics 138150
138
Computerised Systematics 151159
151
Reproductive Biology and Systematics 160165
160
Fossil Angiosperms 166176
166
Origin of Angiosperms 177181
177
Endemism 190192
190
Herbaria Botanical Gardens Plant Identification
202
Polypetalae
224
Annonaceae
237
Nymphaeaceae
242
Cruciferae Brassicaceae
248
Capparidaceae
256
Papaveraceae
262
Caryophyllaceae
270
Sterculiaceae
280
Tiliaceae
285
Malvaceae
294
Meliaceae
303
Rutaceae
309
Anacardiaceae
317
Papilionaceae Fabaceae
324
Caesalpiniaceae
339
Mimosaceae
349
Rosaceae
355
Combretaceae
367
Myrtaceae
372
Cucurbitaceae
379
Umbelliferae Apiaceae
390
Gamopetalae Rubiaceae
397
Compositae Asteraceae
408
Sapotaceae
418
Apocynaceae
424
Asclepiadaceae
434
Boraginaceae
441
Convolvulaceae
444
Loranthaceae
510
Euphorbiaceae
514
Ulmaceae
526
Urticaceae
528
Moraceae
533
Cannabinaceae
538
Monocotyledons Hydrocharitaceae
540
Orchidaceae
546
B Additional Families of Dicotyledons and Monocotyledons
616
Aizoaceae Fig Marigold
622
Balsaminaceae Touchmenot
628
Bromeliaceae Bromeliad
634
Callitrichaceae Water Starwort
640
Celasrraceae Bittersweet
646
Connaraceae Connarus
652
Cyclanthaceae Panama Hat Plant
658
Droseraceae Sundew
664
Empetraceae Crowberry
670
Fumariaceae Fumitory
676
Globulariaceae Globularia
682
Hydrophyllaceae Waterleaf
688
Juncaginaceae Arrow Grass
694
Lentibulariaceae Bladderwort
698
Myrsinaceae Myrsine
711
Paeoniaceae Peony
724
Portulacaceae Purslane
737
Rhizophoraceae Red Mangrove
746
Saururaceae Lizard Tail
752
Stylidiaceae Trigger Plant
758
Thymelaeaceae Mezereum
764
Viscaceae Christmas Mistletoe
770
Armen Takhtajhans Classification
779
Comparisons of Families
790
Technical Description of a Plant
800
Comparison of Different Classifications
811
Questions of Principles of Taxonomy
842
Floral Diagrams and Floral Formula of Angiosperm Families
857
Selected References
873
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