Flora of the European part of the USSR. 4. T. Ed. Fedorov

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Flora of the European part of the USSR. 4. T. Ed. Fedorov

The fourth volume of "Flora" includes profiles of 30 families of higher plants, 164 kinds of concluding and 638 species, of which 5 families of dicots: Caper (Capparaceae), crucifers (Brassicaceae), resedaceae (Resedaceae), tamarisk (Tamaricaceae) and frankeniaceae (Frankeniaceae) and 25 families of monocots: susakovye (Butomaceae), alismataceae (Alismataceae), Hydrocharitaceae (Hydrochariaceae), sheyhtserievye (Scheuchzeriaceae), juncaginaceae (Juncaginaceae), zosteraceae (Zosteraceae), potamogetonaceae (Potamogetonaceae), ruppievye (Ruppiaceae), tsannikellievye (Zannicheliaceae ) nayadovye (Najadaceae), lily (Liliaceae), Onion (Alliaceae), agave (Agavaceae), Amaryllidaceae (Amaryllidaceae), asparagus (Asparagaceae), sassaparilnye (Smilacaceae), dioscoreaceae (Dioscoreaceae), pontederiaceae (Pontederiaceae), kasatikovye (Iridaceae ), Cannes (Cannaceae), palm (Arecaceae), aronnikovye (Araceae), Lemnaceae (Lemnaceae), ezhegolovnikovye (Sparganiaceae) and mace (Typhaceae). It presents both wild and major cultural plants growing on the territory of the European part of the USSR, their taxonomy, and habitat conditions, distribution, chromosome numbers.


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