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1 Pippa Mukherjee
Flora of the Southern Western Ghats and Palnis
Niyogi Books; New Delhi, India; 2016; 9789385285172; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
A comprehensive field guide, this book records about 200 species of trees, herbs, shrubs and climbers, found in the southern Western Ghats as well and the upper Palni plateau. It lists the name of the genus, the species, the short name of the botanist who classified the plant, and the family name of the plant. The common English names as well as the local names of the species in various regional languages of India are also given.Not only is the distribution of the species in various parts of the world explained, but also a physical description of the species, including its leaves, flowers, and fruits are mentioned. Medicinal as well as general uses of any part or parts of the plant is also explained in most cases.The author, however, warns the reader that use of any species for medicinal purposes must be preceded by doctoral advice.This is an extremely useful field guide not only for the general readers and nature lovers, but also for students, teachers, and researchers in botany. Printed Pages: 488. 110958

Price: 23.95 USD
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2 Pippa Mukherjee
Trees of India
World Wildlife Fund in association with Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 2008; 0195687981 / 9780195687989; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
This beautiful book introduces us to the fascinating world of trees. Each double page spread describes the forms, habits, and quirks of more than forty trees commonly found in India, using colour illustrations and photographs of the trees and their flowers, fruits, and seeds. In the process are revealed many interesting facts: fig wasps grow inside figs the British used the roots of the Drumstick tree as an alternative to horseradish in India trees that are cared for grow up stronger and taller than trees growing in wastelands With a glossary, an index of botanical names, and a discussion on the uses of each tree, Trees of India is the definitive introduction to everything you wanted to know about trees commonly found in India. 024434

Price: 4.50 USD
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