By: N.P. Singh, V. Mudgal, K.K. Khanna, S. C. Srivastava, A. K. Sahoo, S. Bandopadhyay, N. Aziz, M. Das, R.P. Bhattacharya & P.K. Hajra
New Delhi, India, Botanical Survey of India: 2001
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 040856
Erstwhile Bihar, lying close to the foot hills of Nepal and covering an area of 1,73,877 sq km, harbours a very rich and diverse flora. Its unique phytogeographical position, topography and good precipitation are some of the important factors which are mainly responsible for high degree of plant diversity. The occurrence of different types of forests, ranging from subtropical to tropical and consequently the establishment of three National Parks and twenty Wildlife sanctuaries in the state, which constitute an important source of germplasm, are of considerable interest. Although the state has ... View More...