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Orders and families of Malayan seed plants

Hsuan Keng

Orders and families of Malayan seed plants

synopsis of orders and families of Malayan gymnosperms, dicotyledons and monocotyledons.

by Hsuan Keng

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Published by University of Malaya Press; [sole distributor: University of Malaya Co-operative Bookshop] Kuala Lumpur in Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- Malay Peninsula,
  • Dicotyledons

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith 207 illus. by Ro-Siu Ling Keng and the author.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 429 p.
    Number of Pages429
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13539006M
    OCLC/WorldCa350757

    In this well-structured presentation, Gibbons explores the complex relationship between seeds and plants in a simple, concise format. This book gives young readers an interesting look into the basics of plant reproduction, pollen transference, seed dispersal and germination. The authors report a total of 35 species of medicinal plants used by the villagers in Tering village. 20 species (57%) were native plants while 15 species (43%) were cultivated plants.

    The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia Series ll provides revisions for seed plant families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia. Volume 6 includes revisions of 68 species in 6 families, namely Gelsemiaceae, Malpighiaceae, Monimiaceae, Nyetaginaceae, Onagraceae and Sapindaceae. Conservation status and distribution maps are provided for indigenous species. Plants are organized by size and by water usage, while thoughtful plant notes will guide the interested gardener in planning for everything from the beach garden to a lei maker’s paradise. The book is beautifully illustrated with photographs of each plant and with flowers or foliage in close-up. November , pages, illustrations.

      Lists of plants and their uses have been compiled, but not many systematic approaches on the perception of the flora by the local inhabitants have been made. That is probably because of the diversity of influences to which the . , Malaysian trade classification and customs duties order: all amendments up to 16th December, MDC Publishers Printers Kuala Lumpur Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.


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This book gives a brief systematic account of all the major groups of seed plants classified under 41 orders and families which are represented by native or naturalised plants in Peninsular Malaysia and : Hsuan Keng.

The Malayan flora is one of the richest in the world. This book gives a brief systematic account of all the major groups of seed plants classified under 41 orders and families which are represented by native or naturalised plants in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore.

Within each order, a list of families, an account of the diagnostic characters, a key to the families, and a. This book provides a simple and systematic account of all the orders and families of seed plants, native, naturalized or commonly cultivated in the Malay Peninsula and on Singapore island.

This book is designed essentially as a teaching manual for the plant taxonomy class at college level. About this Item: Singapore University Press, Singapore, Paperback. Condition: New. Reprint. This book's many printings and three editions since it was originally published are testimony to both its popularity and its authority as a reference book for the 41 orders and families of seed plants to be found in one of the richest areas for flora in the world.

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Within each order, a list of families, an account of the diagnostic characters, a key to the families, and a. Classification of Flowering Plant Families The table gives the traditional classification of Plant Families into their Orders and Superorders, in the Subclasses Dicotyledonae and Monocotyledonae, in the Class Gymnospermae.

The Flora of Malaysia comprises a vast assemblage of plant species estimated to o vascular plants. Malaysia boasts 8, species of seed plants: 19 species of Gymnosperms and 8, Angiosperms.

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APPENDIX 7. A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON EAST ASIAN BOTANICAL NOMENCLATURE PART I. Allen, B. Malayan Fruits. An Introduction to the Cultivated Species. Donald Moore Press, Ltd., Singapore. Aykroyd, W.R. and Doughty, J. Legumes in Human Nutrition. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Nutritional Studies no.

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