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Flora of Eastern Himalaya, second report. Compiled by Hiroshi Hara. by Hara, Hiroshi

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Published by [University of Tokyo Press] in Tokyo .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Botany -- Himalaya Mountains

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesTōkyō Daigaku. Hakubutsukan. Bulletin, no. 2
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK358 H372 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination393p.
Number of Pages393
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18207146M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Flora of Eastern Himalaya. Tokyo: University Museum, University of Tokyo, (OCoLC) Document Type. Asahina, Flora of Eastern Himalaya: () [MB#] 6. Usnea baileyi f. subcreberrima (Asahina) Asahina, Flora of Eastern Himalaya: () [MB#]. About this book. Language: English. This second part of Volume 48 of the Flora of Pan-Himalaya is devoted to the single genus, Saussurea of the Asteraceae family, which has wide medicinal applications. This is the largest family in the Pan-Himalaya, with species, of which are endemic to the Pan-Himalaya. rich flora and fauna, the region is truly a conservation jewel. Therefore, to learn that new species have been discovered in the Eastern Himalayas between and .

In accordance with the peripheral location on the extreme north-west edge of the Himalayas the Nanga Parbat flora is characterised by high proportions of Central Asian ( %), Irano-Turanian ( Himalayan flora & fauna The transition zones from sub-tropical warmth to arctic colds are telescoped into a mere kilometers ( miles) between the Punjab plains and the Tibetan plateau, Himachal Pradesh is an ideal habitat for a rich species of flora and fauna. Ecosystems in the Eastern Himalayas’ to produce a state-of-the- art report. This technical report on biodiversity. Contents. Introduction 1 Current Status of Biodiversity Resources 3 Climate-Change Scenario, Threats, Vulnerabilities and Potential Impacts on Biodiversity 7 Existing Policies and Governance Structures Flowers of Himalaya was delivered well within the time here in remote location of Central India. I like this book and have been using it for more than a decade during field works. I found this particular book extremely useful while working in the Eastern Himalayan s: