2 edition of Revision of the flora of the Bombay presidency. found in the catalog.
Revision of the flora of the Bombay presidency.
In the Journal of the Bombay natural history society, v.33, no.3, May 31st, 1929.
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Title. Revision of the flora of the Bombay presidency. Parts III-XI, Gramineae / By. Blatter, Ethelbert, McCann, Charles, Revision of the flora of the Bombay presidency Item Preview remove-circle Revision of the flora of the Bombay presidency by Blatter, Ethelbert, ; McCann, Charles, Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Pages: The flora of the presidency of Bombay Item Preview remove-circle This book is a classic for Researchers and Taxonomists for the flora of Indian subcontinent, Its three volumes are in print even today and widely referred, Since i was a Botany student in my earlier years, I can say nothing can be better than this its almost perfect in every Pages: Reprint of The Flora Of The Presidency Of Bombay 2 Vols.
Set by T. Cooke-Publisher: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, (Reprint), Dehradun. Flora of Presidency of Bombay - T. cooke, reprinthas two volumes. Vol I is Ranunculaceae to Rubiaceae and Vol II-Compositae to Gramineae.
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See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 1/5(1). 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 Capital: Bombay.
Sir Pherozeshah Merwanjee Mehta KCIE (4 August – 5 November ) was an Indian Parsi politician and lawyer from was knighted by the British Government in India for his service to the law. He became the Municipal commissioner of Bombay Municipality in and its President four times –, and Mehta was one of the founding member and President of the Alma mater: University of Mumbai.
The marriage treaty of Charles II of England and Catherine of Braganza that concluded on 8 May placed Bombay under British rule—the territory was part of Catherine's dowry.
On 19 MarchAbraham Shipman was appointed the first Governor and General of the city, and his fleet arrived in Bombay in September and October On being asked to hand over Bombay and Salsette to the.
The Bombay Presidency was a former province of British began in the 17th century as trading posts of the British East India Company, but later grew to include much of western and central India, as well as parts of Pakistan and the Arabian Peninsula. At its greatest extent, the Bombay Presidency was made up of the present-day state of Gujarat, the western two-thirds of Maharashtra.
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Yule Mervyn Charles McCann (4 December – 29 November ) was a naturalist in wrote a popular book on the trees of India and edited a major regional flora apart from publishing many of his other observations, mainly in the journal of the Bombay Born: Castle Rock, Karnataka.
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.
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In Blatter & McCann published ‘Revision of the Flora of the Bombay Presidency’ which included only Graminae (Poaceae). Since Cooke's publication of this family several new species was described and McCann added over 50 species which were new to the Presidency.
Orchids of Maharashtra, India – Barbhuiya & Salunkhe Alm eid a 3 (BL AT), Dal zel l s.n. (K 9, 3), Law s.n. (K-0 27 () in Forest Flora of Bombay Presidency recorded 13 species under 7 genera and described a new species Cryptocarya procera from central Western Ghats, which was later excluded Gangopadhyay () in the revision of the genus Cryptocarya in Indian Size: KB.
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Edn. The flora contains Kokani names of plants. Ranga Bhat, Appu Bhat, Vinayak Pandit. The most comprehensive work on Indian flora by a British Botanist Sir J. Hooker ( ). Seven Volumes The Flora of British India. Theodore Cooke, Ex-Principal, College of Western Circle Pune.
The Flora of Presidency of Bombay ( ). Impatiens tanyae, a new species from Kodaikanal Wildlife Sanctuary in Western Ghats area of Tamil Nadu, India is described and illustrated. The new species is allied with I.
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Studies on the epidermis of some members of the Cyperaceae, Curr. Sci., Akiyama, S. On the systematic anatomy of the leaves of some Japa. BOMBAY PRESIDENCY, a province or presidency of British India, consisting partly of British districts, and partly of native states under the administration of a governor.
This territory extends from 1 3° 53' to 28° 45' N., and from 66° 40' to 76° 30' E., and is bounded on the N. by Baluchistan, the Punjab and Rajputana; on the E. by Indore, the Central Provinces and Hyderabad; on the S.
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Education Society's Press, Bombay. DOI (accessed March 1, ) Damsholt, K. and Váňa, J. Cryptocornye spiralis var.
Cognatoides (Blatt.& McCann).) S.R. Yadav, K.S. Patil & Bogner Haritarium Family Code: Species code: 3 - 3A Naoroji Godrej Centre for Plant ResearchFile Size: 1MB. 9 taxon names authored by Ethelbert Blatter; Publications (List may be incomplete) Blatter, E. & McCann, Y.M.C. Revision of the Flora of the Bombay Presidency.
Part XVII. Orchidaceæ. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 35(3): BHL Reference page. The Bombay Association was the first political organization in Bombay Presidency founded by Jagannath Shankarshet (–) on 26 Aug Various member were Sir Jamshedji Jejibhai, Jagannath Shankarshet, Naoroji Fursungi, Dr.
Bhau Daji Lad, D. Aroid is the common name for members of the Araceae family of plants, sometimes known as the Philodendron or Arum family.
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in India is taxonomically revised. A key to the species, nomenclatural citation of each species, their synonyms, type details, taxonomic description, phenology, distribution in India and worldwide, exsiccata, ecological and taxonomical notes if any, have been provided.
Line drawing of the habit and dissected parts of each species have been by: 2. Revision of the Flora of the Bombay Presidency. Part XVII. Orchidaceæ. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 35(3): BHL Reference page. References. Gill, B.J. & Froggatt, J.M.A.
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Reference page. Blatter E, McCann C () Cyperaceae in revision of the flora of the Bombay presidency. J Bombay Nat Hist Soc –35 Google Scholar Boesewinkel FD () Development of ovule and testa of Linum usitatissimum L.
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