Flora of Russia, volume 5: The European Part and Bordering Regions by FedorovFlora of Russia, volume 5: The European Part and Bordering Regions by Fedorov

Flora of Russia, volume 5: The European Part and Bordering Regions

byFedorov

Hardcover | June 1, 2001

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This series of books is a translation of Flora Evropeiskoi Chasti SSR, which provides information on the wild and most important cultivated plants growing in the European portion of Russia and its bordering regions. The text describes plant systematics, habitat conditions, range, and chromosome numbers. The series serves as a manual for botanists, agronomists, teachers, students and naturalists. Volume 5 includes descriptions of 608 species from 133 genera and 23 families belonging to the orders Salicales, Erocales, Diapensiales, Ebenales, Primulares (, Polemoniales, and Scrophulariales.
Title:Flora of Russia, volume 5: The European Part and Bordering RegionsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:9.5 × 6.2 × 1.3 inPublished:June 1, 2001Publisher:Crc Press LlcLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9054107553

ISBN - 13:9789054107552

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This is the fifth volume in a series on the flora of Russia, and it covers the European part and bordering regions. It includes descriptions of 608 species from 133 genera and 23 families belonging to the orders Salicales, Erocales, Diapensiales, Ebenales, Primulares (families 70-78 of the list), Polemoniales, and Scrophulariales (families 136-149). It provides information on all the wild and important introduced species growing in the European part of Russia and bordering regions; their taxonomic status, range and distribution in the regions of the flora; their habitat conditions; and the chromosome numbers of the species.