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Phytosociology and ecology of Santalum album L. (Santalaceae) in Pondicherry and its environs

, : Phytosociology and ecology of Santalum album L. (Santalaceae) in Pondicherry and its environs. Plant Archives 5(2): 473-477

The distribution and biotic association (habit and habitats) of the sandal (Santalum album) in different type of soils from Pondicherry region, India. A grand total of 776 individual plants were associated with 463 S. album, which were represented from 78 genera and 39 families. Among the genera, 38 were representing tree species, 29 were shrubs and 11 were climbers.

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