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The vegetation of ghogha mahal india and its biological spectrum



The vegetation of ghogha mahal india and its biological spectrum



Geobios (Jodhpur) 8(5): 211-214



Total number of species recorded is 341, in 85 angiosperm families. Of these, 284 spp. are dicots and 57 are monocots. The first 10 dominant families are Leguminosae, Poaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Asteraceae [Compositae], Malvaceae, Convolvulaceae, Acanthaceae, Amaranthaceae, Cucurbitaceae and Tiliaceae. The biological spectrum reveals a therophytic climate.

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