3 edition of An introduction to the fern genera of the Indian subcontinent. found in the catalog.
An introduction to the fern genera of the Indian subcontinent.
Christopher R. Fraser-Jenkins
|Series||Bulletin. Botany series / British Museum (Natural History) -- 12/2|
Tropical and subtropical hilly vegetation in Himalayan regions are well suited for the taxonomical research because of the diverse habitat available in close proximity and the regions promote high species richness and endemism due to variation in slopes, soils, rocks, microclimate, exposure, latitude and altitude. Pteridophytes have evolved to fill the ecological niche between the angiosperms Cited by: 4. Bill Harvey is a lifelong birdwatcher who has lived throughout the Indian subcontinent. He published the first authoritative checklist on the birds of Bangladesh as well as numerous articles and is a cofounder of the Northern Indian Bird Network.
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The book does not have footnotes but the authors have provided aFile Size: 1MB. northwest into the subcontinent, settled in the middle Ganges River valley, and adapted to antecedent cultures. - Alexander the Great expanded across Central Asia during the 4th century B.C.E., exposing India to Grecian influences.
- During the 2nd century C.E., the Kushan Empire, originating in ancient Bactria, conquered. Introduction and historical summary. Over the past 70 years, many fern classifications, nearly all based on morphology, most explicitly or implicitly phylogenetic, have been proposed.
A revised circumscription of the genera of the fern family Vittariaceae. A monograph of Dryopteris (Pteridophyta: Dryopteridaceae) in the Indian.
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The country is composed of four geographic regions: the Himalayas, the Indo-Gangetic. Indian Subcontinent. Researching across wide-ranging scientific disciplines and travelling with scientists all over the country, biochemist Pranay Lal has woven together the first compelling narrative of India’s deep natural history, filled with fierce reptiles, fantastic dinosaurs, gargantuan mammals.
The First Botanical Collectors in Nepal: The Fern Collections of Hamilton, Gardner and Wallich: Lost Herbaria, a Lost Botanist, Lost Letters and Lost Books Somewhat Rediscovered by C.R. Fraser-Jenkins and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Indian subcontinent resides in south-central Asia, and forms the shape of a large peninsula.
The Indian subcontinent contains a number of unique and distinguished topographical features and landmarks, including the Himalayan mountain range. The Himalayas are located in the northern region of the subcontinent, and help to form the border of.
The major landforms in south Asia are Seas, deserts, mountains, rivers, underground channel, plateau and rift valley.
A landform in the earth sciences and geology sub-fields, comprises a geomorphological unit, and is largely defined by its surface form and location in the landscape, as part of the terrain, and as such, is typically an element of.
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The Indus Valley Civilization was a Bronze Age civilisation in the northwest Indian subcontinent encompassing most of modern-day Pakistan and some regions in northwest India and northeast Afghanistan. The civilisation flourished in the basins of the Indus River wherefore it derives its name.
Although some scholars speculate that since the civilisation also existed in the basins of the now. I'd highly recommend 'India after Gandhi' by Ramachandra Guha. It describes the history of.print this map. The land referred to as the Indian subcontinent is a tectonic plate that began to separate itself from other surrounding slabs of rock (or plates) millions of years ago.
The movement of that plate changed the landscape, and formed the Himalayas, the world's most elevated mountain range; home to Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain.listed from the Indian subcontinent, half (23) were either synonyms of other, non-threatened species or mistaken in other ways, such as being listed twice under different genera, or not being rare, due to reliance on erroneous data published on them locally.
Sharpe () also accepted the threatened fern-allies and ferns world-wide.