Contents: Contributions of Charles Darwin to pollen biology,A cytological evalution of fern taxonomy,An appraisal of the taxonomy of triticum and capsicum,Antiquity of angiosperms,the thalamiflorae-an analysis of pollen morphology,Indian cymonosperms-in time and space,Cytological evolution in the fern family pteridaceac.
¬® Tools For Detecting Spatial Pattern
¬® Spatial Autocorrelation
¬® Methods of Edge Correction
¬® Factors Affecting Spatial Distribution
¬® Consequences of Spatial Patterns
¬® Question Need to Be Solved
¬® Circadian atmospheric pollen incidence of Ixora arborea Roxb. Ex Sm. with reference to floral biology ¬® Floral biology, pollination, fruiting aspects and importance of some herbaceous weeds of Amaranthaceae family ¬® Role of honeybees in oilseed production ¬® Apiculture development in India with special reference to Jammu & Kashmir ‚ÄĒ challenges and opportunities ¬® Role of pollination in Pulses ¬® A comparative palynological study of Korba and Bilaspur cities of Chhattisgarh State ¬® Morphometric analysis, floral rewards and floral calendar of the dwarf honey bee, Apis florea F. in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, India ¬® Beekeeping and sustainable development in the twenty-first century ¬® Reproductive biology of Impatiens grandis (Balsaminaceae) - An endemic balsam of Southern Western Ghats
Contents: Chapter 1-1599-1767,2- 1767-1796,3- 1797-1814,4- 1814-1824,5- 1824-1838,6- 1838-1845,7- 1845-1857,8- 1857-1861,9- 1862-1879,10- 1878-1881,11- 1882-1890,12- 1891-1895, Appendix A chronological list of the corps of the Bengal Army, showing particulars of their origin, and their subsequent history, Existing corps of the Bengal army,showing dates of raising and changes in their titles,Commanders-in-chief of the Bengal army,Chronological list of the services of the Bengal native army, Index.
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