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The flora of the presidency of Bombay
|Statement||By Theodore Cooke. Published under the authority of the Secretary ofState for India in council. v. 1-2.|
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book. The Flora of the Presidency of Bombay, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint) (The necessity for local or regional Floras to supplementS) Flora of the Presidency of Bombay TWO VOLUME SET (It is HARD COVER reprint edition of the book published(19) The Flora of the . Get this from a library! The Bombay flora: or, Short descriptions of all the indigenous plants hitherto discovered in or near the Bombay presidency: together with a supplement of introduced and naturalised species. [Nicol Alexander Dalzell; Alexander Gibson].
Flora of Bombay Presidency by T. Cooke. Flora of British India by J. D. Hooker and various botanists. Trees of Gujarat - Gujarat Forest Department. A text-book of systematic botany by R. N. Sutaria. Groves of Beauty and Plenty by M. S. Swaminathan and S. L. Kochhar. The Bombay Grasses by E. Blatter and C. McCann. Trees of Delhi by Pradip Krishen. Acknowledgments We thank Dr. Dan H. Nicolson for the useful discussion we had on this topic and his encouragement. Thanks are also due to the Director, Kew Herbarium, and to Dr. Roy Vickery of .
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Link to this page view Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader 1 page 2 pages Open to this page. Finished. The flora of the presidency of Bombay. The Bombay Presidency, also known as Bombay and Sind from to and the Bombay Province, was an administrative subdivision (presidency) of British artered in the city of Bombay, at its greatest extent, the presidency included the Konkan, Nashik and Pune divisions of the present-day Indian state of Maharashtra; Ahmedabad, Anand, Bharuch, Gandhinagar, Kheda, Panchmahal and.
Digital Herbarium of Angiospermic Plants of Western Ghat Regions of Maharashtra. The Flora of the Presidency of Bombay Vol. II - Theodore Cooke. 3: Flora of Maharashtra (Dicotyledons) Vol I Flora of Mahabaleshwar and adjoining area, Vol 1 and 2. Published by Taylor and Francis, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, London, England.
Information. Theodore Cooke (31 March – 28 MayBonn, Germany) was a German-British botanist and forestry academic and administrator, who worked with the British Imperial Forestry Service in colonial India for nearly 30 years. He joined the British civil service in Burma inshortly.
The Bombay Flora: Or, Short Descriptions of All the Indigenous Plants Hitherto Discovered in Or Near the Bombay Presidency: Together with a Supplement of Introduced and Naturalised Species Authors Nicol Alexander Dalzell, Alexander Gibson.
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Excerpt. The highest hill in the Bombay Presidency (except the Kirthar moun tains) is a peak in the Deccan rising to feet above the sea. The rainfall varies in the Bombay [presidency from 3 or 4 inches, or even less in the almost rainless districts of Sind, to. The book 2B Flora of Presidency of Bombay - T.
cooke, reprinthas two volumes. Vol I is Ranunculaceae to Rubiaceae and Vol II-Compositae to Gramineae. Almeida 's Flora of Mah. volumes have added the missing plants in these volumes and also the new and changed names.
Previously to the present work the only special books on the same district were the “Bombay Flora,” published in by Dalzell and Gibson (the latter the energetic Conservator of Bombay.
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