The Book Is A Pioneering Attempt To Study Indian Botany. The Author Is A Well Known Authority On The Subject.Although A Large Number Of ExcelAnLent Books On Botany Are Available, They Are Not So Useful For Students Of This Country Because The Plants ReferAnRed To In These Books Are Not Known To Them, Nor Are They Easily Procurable. A Few Books In Which Indian Plants Are Dealt With Are Either Too Elementary Or They Cover Only Certain Aspects Of Plant Life. This Book, Restricted To Flowering Plants, Is Intended To Meet The Requirements Of Indian Students.It Is Hoped That The Present Manual, By Providing A Book Based Upon Indian Natural Orders, Will Supply This Real And Long-Felt Want.The Book Will Be Found Of Great Interest By The Students Of Botany, Researchers And The General Readers.When a plant is placed near a window, the shoot invariably curves over towards it because of the one-sided illumination: When a ... Aerial roots and tendrils of certain plants turn away from light. In the case of all curvatures the actual bending takes place only in the region of maximum elongation, but the power of perceptionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual Of Botany For India|
|Author||:||Rai Bahadur K. Ranga Achari|
|Publisher||:||Atlantic Publishers & Dist - 1994-01-01|