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Taxonomic studies in labiatae of dacca bangladesh and its surroundings part 1 subfamilies ajugoideae and ocimoideae



Taxonomic studies in labiatae of dacca bangladesh and its surroundings part 1 subfamilies ajugoideae and ocimoideae



Bangladesh Journal of Botany 4(1-2): 37-47



The subfamilies Ajugoideae and Ocimoideae under the family Labiatae are represented in Dacca [Bangladesh] by 10 spp. [Teucrium viscidum, Basilicum polystachyon, Coleus amboinicus, C. scutellarioides, Hyptis suaveolens, Ocimum americanum, O. basilicum, O. gratissimum, O. sanctum, Plectranthus apoensis] under 6 genera. Artificial keys to subfamilies, genera and species are provided.

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